Hong Kong took a big step back to normality last week with the lifting of its strict hotel quarantine measures. The challenge now is how to rebuild in a safe, considered and sustainable way.
Scott joined NATS in 2000 for what was initially a 12 month contract as an Aircraft Control Position Operator, 22 years later, he tells us about how his love of gaming led to a career in aviation and why you should apply to be an ACPO.
It is now a scientific certainty that the impact of contrails and contrail-induced cirrus clouds, despite their relatively short lifetime, have at least an equivalent impact on the climate as CO2 emissions, and potentially up to twice that. What can we do about it?
Emily Price, Director of Analytics, talks about her journey from graduate role to director and explains why NATS is the perfect place for graduates.
In August’s episode of Altitude, we had a fascinating discussion about the future of Urban Air Mobility and eVTOL ‘flying taxis’. We had some very astute questions from the audience, many of which we just didn’t have the time to get to during the live show. So, with that in mind, I wanted to address a few more here.
Lauren Dixon tells us all about her role as an Aircraft Control Position Operator and why you should apply to be one too!
Today we’ve released the fifth edition of our Aviation Index research study, digging into the UK public’s views and attitudes to aviation.
The NATS Analytics team – with backgrounds ranging from data science, mathematics and statistics to aeronautical engineering and air traffic control – was instrumental in producing the safety assessment that supported new oceanic global separation reductions and calculated the significant safety benefits due to the frequent and accurate positional updates.