Coronavirus: Air Navigation Solutions launches ATC recovery solution for airports

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Air Navigation Solutions has launched Attis, an operational compliance solution to help airports restart or increase ATC operations as they recover from the effects of COVID-19.

As airports scale up operations again each has to confirm to their national aviation authorities that measures have been completed to ensure the compliance of their operation as well as the safety and proficiency of all staff.

Air Navigation Solutions (ANSL) initially developed Attis to enable it to manage the recovery and scaling up of its own air traffic management operations at its existing airport locations. The company is now offering Attis to other airports, with its experts ready to work with their teams to help them complete all of the necessary steps.

The basic Attis Basic package is available free of charge to airports as it seeks to help the wider industry recover from COVID-19. Attis Basic delivers everything required for the management of a safe and compliant recovery, whilst a wider range of tailored services are additionally available to airports with Attis’ Perfect and Premium packages.

Henry Game, managing director of Air Navigation Solutions said, “This is a critical time for all elements of the aviation industry to work together to ensure we collectively recover from the pandemic. At ANSL we are keen to play our part in this vital process by sharing our proven expertise in air traffic management to enable airports to scale up their operations in a safe, compliant and cost-efficient manner.”

The Attis Basic package includes all CAA-required core elements, including: Competency, training, rostering, cleaning, office layout planning, PPE requirements, returning from furlough, social Distancing, testing and Covid risk assessments engineering.

The Perfect and Premium packages offer a range of bespoke additions, including: Simulator facilities, tailored ATC operations risk assessments, phased roster optimisation and ATC operations support capabilities

Paul Diestelkamp, head of business development and solutions at Air Navigation Solutions said, “Our work with airports of differing sizes has given us a clear understanding of their operational and compliance needs. This has enabled us to quickly develop solutions that not only serve our existing locations, but can be tailored to the needs of other airports to also help them recover from the pandemic.”

 

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