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NUAC Company set for implementation

March 2010

Nordic Unified Air Traffic Control

Director General Morten Dambæk, Naviair, has been appointed as chairman of the newly established Danish-Swedish company NUAC.

NUAC, owned jointly by Danish Naviair and Swedish LFV shall within a few years provide a unified Air Traffic Control in the Danish/Swedish Functional Airspace Block (FAB). The NUAC Company is set for the harmonization of airspace in the two Nordic countries and fulfill the ambitions of the EU's Single European Sky program on the efficiency of air traffic management.
Let alone for Denmark and Sweden, a comprehensive and effecient Air Traffic Managementmean has potentials for reducing cost of the value of 100 million DKK annually.

The board of NUAC is already starting to solve the task of implementation proces together with the newly appointed CEO and COO.


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From october 2010 a unified Operationel Support will provide services for ATS-units and the ATCC Centre in Copenhagen (DK) Stockholm and Malmoe (SE) using the existing support staff within Naivair and LFV.

Director ANS Thomas Allard from LFV in Sweden has been appointed as Vice President of NUAC Board.


NOTE:
The NUAC programme and Developing of the Danish/Swedish FAB is co-financed by the European Union's TEN-T programme.
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