With over 200 delegates from over 50 countries brought together in Copenhagen to listen, share, learn and innovate, the proud host and COOPANS member, Naviair, has done their very best to put an interesting and varied programme together for the 3 days in Copenhagen.
The COOPANS partnership is pleased to announce that it has successfully updated its common ATM system by deploying the latest upgrade of the COOPANS software to version B3.2, which is co-funded by the EU from the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF). Build 3.2 has received funding from INEA call 2014.
Madrid, 8th March 2016: The COOPANS Alliance has won the Single European Sky Award 2016. This is in recognition of work done by the international partnership to realise the goals of the Single European Sky.
The COOPANS partnership is pleased to announce that it has successfully updated its common ATM System in 7 ACCs across 5 ANSPs (Austro Control, Croatia Control, Irish Aviation Authority, LFV and Naviair).
Austrian Air Navigation provider Austro Control has successfully deployed the “TopSky” air traffic control system, at Vienna Airport and the provincial airports.
The new COOPANS website welcomes visitors with a clean uncluttered design with featured content focused on COOPANS’ mission to expand the scope of the cooperation, growing in partner number and harmonising use of the COOPANS system.
The leaders of Europe’s leading Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) have renewed their commitment to work together to help modernise Europe’s air traffic management system – and expanded their agreement to draw in other European ANSP groupings.
The COOPANS partners are delighted to confirm another successful upgrade of their common ATM system which was introduced in the timeframe of just 14 days across all 7 Area Control Centres within the 5 ANSP partners (Austro Control, Croatia Control, Irish Aviation Authority, LFV and Naviair).