Swedavia’s pool of experts have worldwide experience of management, engineering, training and operations of complex air transport systems. Swedavia can organise and carry out any advanced project within the field of civil aviation.
Meeting the challenges and complexities of today’s civil aviation systems, Swedavia offers a wide range of services to our clients worldwide, including: airport planning services, air traffic management consultancy, airport project management and
organisational development, ATM simulations analysis and evaluation, flight calibration / flight inspection services, as well as consultancy for airport rescue and fire-fighting services.
AIRPORT PLANNING, DESIGN AND FEASIBILITY CONSULTANCY
Swedavia’s consultancy services for airports include: feasibility studies; planning; design; specifications; procurement assistance; construction supervision; technical and operational analyses as well as commissioning airport operations and
AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Services consist of: planning; design; technical and operational specification; procurement assistance; commissioning; technical and operational analyses; operations and maintenance and safety management systems.
Swedavia provides the following project management services: project design and planning; project supervision; quality management; safety assessments; risk analysis and configuration management.
In this field, Swedavia offers the following: leadership and management training (basic and advanced); quality audits; team resource management; change management; staff calculation and prediction; cost benefit analyses; master plans; studies and
analyses and procedures for civil aviation authorities.
ATM (AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT) SIMULATIONS
ATM simulations solutions include:
- Analyses and evaluation of ATM systems
- Airspace organisation and procedures
- ATC (Air Traffic Control) working methods
- Capacity simulation
- Fast time and real-time simulation
FLIGHT CALIBRATION / FLIGHT INSPECTION SERVICES
- Inspection of navigational aids (DME / VOR)
- Landing aids (ILS)
- Airport lighting and procedures in terminal areas and control zones
SATELLITE-BASED CNS (COMMUNICATIONS, NAVIGATION AND SURVEILLANCE) / ATM (AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT)
- Applications and data link services
- Feasibility studies
- Security Management System
- Security policy and culture
- Security organisation, procedures and equipment
AIRPORT RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICE
- Feasibility studies
- Standard operation procedures
- Emergency plans
- Emergency exercises
AVIATION SAFETY / SECURITY TRAINING
Available training ranges from basic courses to advanced management training of:
- Airport staff
- Air traffic services staff
- Aviation safety staff
- Security staff
- Airport rescue and fire fighting staff
INDEPENDENT AND RELIABLE CIVIL AVIATION MANAGEMENT
While Swedavia are proud to provide a wide range of services to the civil aviation sector throughout the world, we have no commercial interest whatsoever in the supply of equipment, nor are we committed to any one national civil aviation management
We offer independent advice on technical or management solutions that best match client needs while meeting the requirements of state-of-the-art practices and technology.
WORLDWIDE EXPERIENCE IN CIVIL AVIATION
Founded in 1982, Swedavia is a global consultant in civil aviation and a subsidiary of Luftfartsverket – LFV Group Swedish Airports and Air Navigation Services. Using human resources and experts with the latest experience and knowledge in civil
aviation from the LFV Group enables us to offer our clients a complete range of services.
With Swedavia as a partner you will benefit from efficient and well-functioning aviation infrastructure systems – tailored to suit today’s operations as well as the evolutions of tomorrow.
Customer satisfaction is vital in today’s competitive and fast-evolving world of aviation. The only way to meet these challenges is by constantly improving your aviation systems. Swedavia has the know-how and human resources to be able to offer you
Our clients include: civil aviation authorities, national and multinational ATC regulatory offices, airport operators, ATC service providers, airlines, contractors and aircraft manufacturers.
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