IFATCAInternational Federation of Air Traffic Controllers' Associations
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IFATCA Conferences are the most appropriate platform for direct communication between member associations, and for the exchange of ideas and experience within the Federation on an inter-regional basis.
IFATCA 43rd Annual Conference, Hong Kong (office@ifatca.
Over three days, the carefully constructed conference agenda will see senior industry representatives taking part in 13 different presentations and six panel discussions from a line-up that can already confirm Directors, Vice-Presidents and CEOs from the European Commission, ALTA, IFATCA, IACA, ASECNA, Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority and EASA as well as executive appearances from Emirates, Iberia, Atlantic Airways and American Airlines.
Mar 22-26 IFATCA 43rd Annual Conference, Hong Kong (office@ifatca.
The live debates featured presentations and video interviews from worldwide industry leaders including CANSO, IATA, ICAO, Helios, FAA, ATNS South Africa, Metron Aviation, EUROCONTROL, Telvent, SITA, ANS Czech Republic and IFATCA.
ATC Global Award winners were selected by a panel of senior representatives from the FAA, Eurocontrol, IATA, CANSO, ICAO, IFATCA and Jane's Airport Review.
Saif Mohammed al-Suwaidi, Director General, GCAA -- Majdi Sabri, Regional Vice President - Middle East & North Africa, IATA -- Brahim Lakhlifi, Director of Air Navigation, Office National Des Aeroports (ONDA), Morocco -- Henry Nkondokaya, Executive Vice-President - Africa & Middle East, IFATCA -- Alex Hendriks, Deputy Director - Network Development, EUROCONTROL
com) Mar 17-21 42nd Annual Conference IFATCA, Buenos Aires, Argentina (office@ifatca.
Bert Ruitenberg, a human factors specialist with IFATCA (International Federation of ATC Associations) returned to the question of capacity with .
Organised and run by CMP Information and in close association with IFATCA, ATC Asia Pacific is dedicated to bringing together the key players in the progression of the science of air traffic control and the preservation of a safe flight environment.
Observers have suggested that the lack of a ground radar may have contributed to the accident, however the IFATCA spokesperson stated that a ground radar is useful, but not foolproof.
In line with its ongoing cooperative efforts to resolve what remains the number one priority for global aviation safety experts, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has released a new Runway Safety Implementation Kit (iKit), developed in collaboration with IATA, ACI, CANSO, ICCAIA, FSF, IFALPA, IFATCA, IBAC, IAOPA, F, EASA and EUROCONTROL.