Cambodia to deploy flight path design system Panades

23 March 2016 (Last Updated March 23rd, 2016 18:30)

NTT DATA Corporation has received a contract from the Cambodian air traffic control service provider, Cambodia Air Traffic Services, to install and support the Panades flight path design system.

NTT DATA Corporation has received a contract from the Cambodian air traffic control service provider, Cambodia Air Traffic Services, to install and support the Panades flight path design system.

As part of the contract, NTT DATA will transfer one of the Panades licences deployed in Vietnam to Cambodia.

This will accompany the completion of the 'Project for the Capacity Development for Transition to the New CNS / ATM Systems in Cambodia, Lao PDR and Vietnam', which also involved the Japan International Cooperation Agency.

With the completion of the project, Panades will be installed in six countries, including Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, Indonesia and Myanmar.

"With the completion of the project, Panades will be installed in six countries, including Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, Indonesia and Myanmar."

In recent years, measures have been adopted to expand airspace capacity and enhance aeroplane operations in Southeast Asian countries, including the three countries in the Greater Mekong Subregion (Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia).

Cambodia saw an average rise of 11% in its number of airplanes between 2011 and 2015.

The air traffic in the country is expected to continue increasing in the future.

In Cambodia, 67 flight rule designs have been completed to install and support Panades.

Operations have begun at several airports, including Phnom Penh International Airport, Siem Reap International Airport and Sihanoukville International Airport.

Panades is designed to determine aeroplane routes based on international standards.