Weekly review #144 - 5th April

Weekly review

Our first story is that AEROTHAI has announced the appointment of their new president, Mr. Nopasit Chakpitak. His extensive experience in engineering and digital innovation has made him a specialist in the field. This will encourage further development of AEROTHAI and support the aviation industry.

 

Secondly, ENAIRE's Board of Directors recently approved a large investment of 2.7 million euros to automate its processes. The objectives of this process automation are to: improve and optimise processes, increase digitisation and automation, improve data quality, optimise resources and enhance employee satisfaction.

 

In market news, Indra has equipped three French air bases with its state-of-the-art air traffic management system and radar. The purpose of this installation is to support air operations at these three bases with maximum efficiency and security.

 

Finally, it's good news for Indian aviation as the British Aviation Group has said India's airports could see a full recovery within a year. If forecasts are to be believed, domestic air traffic in the country could almost touch pre-pandemic levels by the same time next year.

 

 

ANSP news

Airports news

Market news

Context information

Reports and data

  • India's Airports Could See A Full Recovery Within A Year - British Aviation Group - Recent projections from the government and independent agencies paint a positive picture of aviation recovery in India. If forecasts are to be believed, domestic air traffic in the country could almost touch pre-pandemic levels by the same time next year. International traffic will also see a significant upward trajectory, although somewhat slower than domestic by some estimates.

Research and innovation

  • AAI and BEL join hands to develop indigenous Air Traffic Management Systems - In a major boost to Government’s “Make in India” Initiative, Airports Authority of India (AAI), under its R & D initiative has entered into an agreement with Navratna Defence PSU Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) for the joint, indigenous development of systems for air traffic management and surface movement of aircraft at airports in the country which were hitherto being imported.
  • Tomorrow's Aviation - IBG Sweden - Imagine a sustainable, optimized, and safe airspace where people and goods travel effortlessly in both manned and unmanned vehicles; a system maximized to its fullest potential, promoting social welfare and economic growth. This could be true and attainable in the near future.

UAV and UTM