CANSO


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CANSOCivil Air Navigation Services Organisation
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In the ordinary course of business, Canso conducts analysis of securities in which it may invest on behalf of the funds and/or accounts.
CANSO is the only Civil Air Navigation Services Organization (CANSO) comprising 143 member countries and in charge of managing 85 percent of the global air space.
The CANSO Middle East Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSP), Airspace Users & Stakeholder Engagement (MEAUSE) Initiative was founded with the aim of establishing a mechanism for stakeholder consultation to better align visions and future plans and exchange of best practices.
Graham Lake, Canso Director General, said: "The Joint Middle East Airspace Study represents a further step toward improving operational efficiency, and safeguarding the economic well-being of the region.
The representatives included all the members of the Canso Middle East region, key civil aviation organisations and ANSPs, airlines, IATA, ICAO, and several important industry suppliers.
In "Na Carenza al bel cors avinenz," for example, Carenza's courtly compliments paid to Alaisina Iselda echo several lines in Bietris' canso: "N'Alaisina Yselda, 'nenghamenz, / prez et beltatz, iovenz, frescas colors / conosc c'avez, cortesia et valors / sobre tottas las autras conoscenz" (9-12).
CANSO speakers stressed cooperation between service providers.
The amphibian PBY Catalina (known as the Canso by the RCAF).
Alexander ter Kuile, secretary general of CANSO, said that "though many feel that there is a necessity to change the financing structure of air traffic management and the global principles on which air traffic management is financed, when you come to look at how to make the changes and how to introduce a new system, there are so many variables and so many pros and cons for different options that it becomes extremely difficult to find a system that fits everybody." He told Jane's Airport Review: "I'm afraid that we'll never find a system that suits everybody so it's going to be a political decision as to which option is the least damaging."
A lot of work has been done by the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) and others on how the future of our industry may look.