Have equipment, will travel25 November 2022
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.
Celebrating our engineers!7 November 2022
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.
Giving an engineer a RADAR to train on is akin to giving a real-life Ferrari to a Scalextric fan. That’s what NATS Training Services did for Liverpool and Doncaster engineers. When the airports asked if we could provide a representative RADAR for the training course, the answer was a resounding yes.
Storm Arwen: Engineers against the elements13 December 2021
Six radar, seven radio and three navaid stations were running on generators last month as the UK felt the full wrath of Storm Arwen.
International ATSEP day 202112 November 2021
Friday 12 November is International ATSEP day – which is all about recognising and celebrating our colleagues who help to keep our equipment operational and safe. We took time out to speak to colleagues from around our Technical Services team to find out more about ATSEP, what it means to them and how it affects our business.
A spotlight on our female engineers23 June 2021
Happy International Women In Engineering Day 2021! We’ve been speaking to some of our engineers about their experiences at NATS and how the past year has impacted them…
There is no doubt that radio was a game-changer for the first generation of airline pilots. Instead of flying ‘blind’, radio offered pilots the support of a dedicated team of people on the ground tasked with helping them safely reach their destination. It’s a relationship that persists to this day.
Over the next five weeks we’ll be profiling five innovations, with experts from across NATS making the case for why their chosen innovation deserves to be crowned the greatest, but it’s you that will decide the ultimate winner.
My NATS Early Careers experience: Engineering Technician apprentice16 December 2019
I applied to NATS because I knew I didn’t want to go to university as it wasn’t the best option for me. Instead, I applied to three different companies for engineering apprentice roles and after receiving offers from two out of the three, I ultimately decided that NATS’ Early Careers Scheme was the best option for me.
Being a female engineer21 June 2019
Katie Yorke, an Engineering Technician at NATS, shares her story for International Women in Engineering Day 2019.