Airport

Top 5 blog post of 2015

We thought we’d share our favourite aviation blogs from 2015 with you. Is there something you would like us to cover in 2016? Which was your personal favourite blog we posted from 2015?

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The aviation connection to the Shetland Islands is vital, as there are only two ways of getting there; by ‘plane or by boat. The boat option requires a 12 or 14 hour overnight journey to/from Aberdeen, so the flight option is much quicker for those wanting to make the trip to mainland UK.

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This month Heathrow announced a new early morning arrival slot. Heathrow slots are famously rare so given it is already the busiest two-runway airport in the world, how did space for a new slot emerge? The answer lies in Big Data.

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Top 10 #NATS365 pictures

The #NATS365 hashtag has been used on different social media platforms since September 2014 as a means of sharing some of our favourite pictures.

Do you have a picture you would like to share with us? If so please feel free to contact me as I am always looking for more aviation related images to share with people.

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The first episode of ITV Cymru Wales broadcast of ‘The Airport’, the new fly on the wall documentary, which takes you behind the scenes at Cardiff Airport, included our team of controllers manning the control tower during a General Aviation (GA) Rally. Rallies are by no means rare, but do require lots of planning by the NATS’ team to accommodate extra traffic.

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Introducing #NATS365

With the launch of #NATS365 today, Monday 1st September, we will be sharing a photo each day for a year to help provide a greater insight into various different aspects and areas of our business.

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From Edinburgh’s sleek lines to Sydney’s helter-skelter – the air traffic control tower is often an iconic airport landmark. But could its days be numbered?

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Top airport and industry experts convened in Seoul last week for the ACI World Annual General Assembly at a time when sharing lessons learned through experience and working in co-operation is seen as the way forward.

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Every day, Heathrow Airport operates at over 98% capacity, a phenomenal achievement that drives the controllers in the tower to deliver the best service every minute of every day.

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For NATS optimisation is about helping airlines, airport operators and other air navigation service providers to reach their full capability and get the best from their existing resources, assets and infrastructure.

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