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  1. Entry Point North
9 September 2010

Entry Point North and LFV Aviation Consulting Partner to Offer International Aviation Services

The need for delivering superior services to the aviation industry has brought together Entry Point North and LFV Aviation Consulting as partners in addressing international projects.

LFV Aviation Consultancy is part of LFV holding and together they have been delivering consultancy services for many years to the aviation industry in more than 75 countries.

Entry Point North is a EU-certified air traffic service (ATS) training academy for aspiring and operational air traffic controllers, serving the training needs of air navigation service providers throughout the world.

“Entry Point North is a world-class academy. This agreement gives Entry Point North an established global sales channel, and LFV Aviation Consulting receives yet another requested product to offer our clients,”, says Lars Håkansson, MD at LFV Aviation Consulting.

The cooperation agreement between the two companies is facilitating the entry into markets outside Europe. With growing opportunities in Asia, Africa and Middle East, the recent partnership will serve as a tool for offering complete services: training and consultancy.

“We are delighted that we can benefit together from the expertise and international network which LFV Aviation Consulting has built, and that through this we can be significantly stronger commercially on the international market. Entry Point North is looking forward to our collaboration with LFV Aviation Consulting who we see as a very competent and experienced consultancy firm within the industry,” says Anne Kathrine Jensen, MD for Entry Point North.

“This new collaboration is mutually favourable in that it will strengthen the market position for both Entry Point North and LFV Aviation Consulting in due course,” adds Anne Kathrine Jensen.

The first students will be admitted for the winter term of 2010/2011.

Air traffic management (ATM) systems used to be isolated with limited information exchange between systems and users.
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