Automated Air Traffic System in Kazakhstan Becomes Operational

3 September 2009 (Last Updated September 3rd, 2009 18:30)

Three remote towers at Aktobe Airport in Kazakhstan have installed SkyLine's automated air traffic management (ATM) system. The SkyLine ATM includes flight data processing and surveillance data processing capabilities, which will be used for en route and approach control at Atkobe's thr

Three remote towers at Aktobe Airport in Kazakhstan have installed SkyLine's automated air traffic management (ATM) system.

The SkyLine ATM includes flight data processing and surveillance data processing capabilities, which will be used for en route and approach control at Atkobe's three remote towers. The system will also be used to monitor airfields at Uralsk, Atyrau and Aktau.

The installation is a part of a contract between Lockheed Martin and Kazaeronavigatsia, the air navigation authority for Kazakhstan.