Have equipment, will travel

We recently delivered an engineering course for the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and Temasek Polytechnic personnel at Temasek Polytechnic which had been in the pipeline since before the pandemic.

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Howie joined NATS in 1987 as an Engineer Cadet. As he approaches retirement, we caught up with him to find out more about his career and why he would recommend the safety assurance graduate scheme.

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We’re catching up with Project Management Graduate, Eloise Planner, to see how she is getting on after joining NATS in September as part of the 2022 Early Careers cohort.

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Some hints and tips for applicants to our Graduate and Placement schemes.

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Helping the nation remember

Working together with airports and airlines, we put in place some operating restrictions immediately before and during, the silences, both as a mark of our respect and to minimise the risk of noise disturbing the many commemorations being held up and down the country.

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Asia Pacific has gone from being one of the fastest growing to among the slowest to emerge from the impact of Covid lockdowns and travel restrictions. That said, although there has been a relatively fragmented recovery over the past months, certain countries have been quicker to return than others.

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This week, NATS is celebrating Tomorrow’s Engineers week and the International Day of the Air Traffic Safety Electronics Personnel, both of which aim to shine a spotlight on engineers and the key role they play in every workplace.

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Last week NATS took over the air traffic control service at Gatwick Airport after an absence of six years and our first priority is to get more controllers into the operation.

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