Communication, navigation and surveillance
IATA's members are the primary users of Air Traffic Management services
IATA 's member airlines account for around 84% of the world's air traffic. As air traffic grows, so does the need for efficient, globally harmonized and interoperable Air Traffic Management (ATM).
We are seeking a structured and globally harmonized ATM framework, supported by a cost-effective and sustainable Communications, Navigation and Surveillance (CNS) infrastructure.
IATA collaborates globally with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to influence global standards, recommend practices and guidance material used by airlines, air navigation service providers and regulatory agencies for the benefit of all stakeholders.
IATA also cooperates with
The Way Forward
The Air Transport Action Group (ATAG), in collaboration with IATA and others, has released a new report on the future of air traffic management at the ICAO Air Navigation Conference in Montreal. Revolutionising Air Traffic Management is intended as an easy-to-understand guide on how ATM will evolve in the coming decades. Download ATAG's report on the Future of ATM (pdf)
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