New FAB CE website in operation
14. 3. 2012
Number of flights in Czech air space hits record
31. 1. 2012
ANS CR team up with Saerco to provide services at Canary Islands
4. 10. 2011
Air traffic over CR in July highest in history
8. 8. 2011
FAB CE Agreement signed
6. 5. 2011
ANS CR profit up 65 pct to CZK 203m in 2010
15. 4. 2011
Czech Top 100
3. 12. 2010
SESAR unites aviation world for quick green results
21. 7. 2010
Steps taken in european airspace - volcanic ash occurance
26. 4. 2010
ANS CR with sales near Kc3bn in 2009
8. 4. 2010
Traffic in czech airspace declined as expected in 2009
16. 2. 2010
ANS CR begins operating a unique 3D tower simulator
26. 1. 2010
Traffic in 2009 summer season declines as expected
18. 11. 2009
Charging policy in 2010
23. 10. 2009
ANS CR 2008 Economic Results
9. 4. 2009
Czech skies are still an attractive proposition
28. 1. 2009
Czech airspace attractive this year as well
11. 12. 2008
New level of co-operation in the interest of passengers
9. 9. 2008
International „ATC Global Award 2008“ for IATCC Prague
18. 3. 2008
Air traffic in the airspace of the Czech Republic increased by 5.3 % last year
28. 1. 2008
2007 Summer traffic evaluation
27. 11. 2007
Petr Materna leaves post of ANS CR Director General
17. 9. 2007
ANS CR 2006 Economic Results
9. 5. 2007
New Integrated Air Traffic Control Centre (IATCC Prague) Successfully Started Operation
19. 2. 2007
Air traffic in the airspace of the Czech Republic increased by 2.2 % last year
17. 1. 2007
Since 1 January 2007 at new address
2. 1. 2007
Steady increase of air traffic in summer season 2006
29. 11. 2006
Award winning ANS CR annual report 2005 – outstanding success
24. 11. 2006
First visit of new Transport Minister to TWR and ACC Prague
26. 9. 2006
ANS CR modifies the approach and aerodrome charges
1. 9. 2006
ANS CR and AEROTHAI signed Memorandum of Cooperation
23. 5. 2006
CANSO AGM 2006 Prague 14 - 17 May
12. 5. 2006
ANS CR: Positive economic results in 2005
21. 3. 2006
The Supervisory Board of the state enterprise Air Navigation Services of the Czech Republic have accepted the economic results of 2005.
Czech airspace: traffic increased by 8% last year
17. 1. 2006
Excellent summer season of the Czech civil aviation
11. 11. 2005
IATCC Prague awarded "Building 2005" prize
22. 9. 2005
Within the FOR ARCH 2005 16th International Building Fair, held at the Prague Exhibition Centre, 20th - 24th September 2005, the new building of the Integrated Air Traffic Control Centre of the Air Navigation Services of the Czech Republic (IATCC Prague) was awarded the „Building 2005“ prize.
Annual Report ANS CR 2004
6. 6. 2005
Annual Report of ANS CR for the year 2004 is available on the internet in the Annual Reports section.
CANSO members confirm ATM harmonistation...
6. 6. 2005
...and ANSP cooperation are the top industry priorities.
In May 2005 the members of CANSO – the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation – met for their annual meeting to discuss trends and developments in Air Traffic Management (ATM). Participants agreed an action programme to address
the two main industry issues; ATM Harmonisation and the need for greater Cooperation between the world’s Air Navigation Service Providers. The two issues are seen as the main drivers to achieving further efficiencies within the ATM industry.
One Air Traffic Management System
31. 5. 2005
One Air Traffic Management System for the Air Navigation Service Providers of Czech Republic, Slovenia and Austria
Czech Airspace Belongs Among the Most Attractive in Europe
9. 3. 2005
The ANS CR operating results in 2004 show that air carriers are increasingly interested in the use of the Czech airspace (so called FIR Prague). Air traffic volume figures are well above the preliminary estimates, confirming that civil aviation both in the Czech Republic and Europe is developing dynamically.
Record Breaking Season For Czech Civil Aviation
2. 12. 2004
The review of the results of the 2004 summer season showed that ANS CR achieved record-breaking year-on-year growth in terms of the number of moves through the Czech Republic's airspace as well as the volume of traffic at Prague-Ruzyně airport. The traffic volume figures are well above the preliminary estimates, confirming that the growth of civil aviation in both the Czech Republic and Europe in general is really dynamic.
IATCC Prague takes off
18. 9. 2003
On Thursday, September 18, 2003, in public attendance of the expert community, the foundation stone of the CR National Integrated Air Traffic Control Centre, which will be officially called IATCC Prague (Integrated Air Traffic Control Centre), was ceremoniously tapped and placed.
New Record at Ruzyně Airport
4. 7. 2003
A new historic record in the number of aircraft movements (landings and take-offs) was set at the Prague-Ruzyně airport on 19.06.2003. On this day, a total of 419 aircraft had taken-off or landed. The record in the total number of aircraft movements during one month had also been broken in June. The total number of landings and take-offs was 10497.
IATCC 2006 - Contract signed
25. 6. 2003
In Prague, Petr Materna, Director General of Air Navigation Services CR, and Václav Matyáš, Chairman of the Board of Directors and Director General of HOCHTIEF VSB, today ceremoniously signed a contract for the construction of “The CR National Integrated Air Traffic Control Centre IATCC – Prague”, which will be built in Jeneč near Prague. This act was the formal conclusion of more than two years of preparation for construction of the Centre, starting with working out a business plan, and ending with publishing a public tender and selecting the best offer for carrying out the construction job.
Air Navigation Services CR is cutting down on prices
13. 6. 2003
ANS CR is bringing down the unit rate for approach and aerodrome control services from 230 CZK/1 t MTOW (maximum take-off weight) to 222 CZK/1 t MTOW, i.e. by 3.5 % as of 1.7.2003. At the same time it is bringing down unit rates that are derived from this rate (most important of all, the rates for training flights). Together with this, ANS CR has made a proposal to the EUROCONTROL Permanent committee, to lower its basic unit rate for en-route services from 36.32 EUR to 34.55 EUR, i.e. by 4.9 %. This change is expected to come into effect from 1.7.2003. These changes are expected be in force until the end of 2003.
Conference CMAC ´03
12. 5. 2003
The 14th International Technical Conference and exhibition, concerning the topic and problems related to the integration of civil and military air traffic control, was held at the Prague Congress Centre under the headline „CMAC ´03“on May 5 - 8, 2003.
Air Navigation Services will move to Jeneč near Prague
7. 5. 2003
The Air navigation Services of the Czech Republic Company has decided to start building a National Integrated Air Traffic Control Centre in Jeneč near Prague. Both civil and military controllers will move to the new centre in 2006.
The profit of ANS CR has increased by 28.6%
7. 5. 2003
Air Navigation Services of the Czech Republic have shown a net profit of 192.8 million crowns for 2002. This represents an increase of 28.6 %. Revenues reached 1 926.5 million crowns.
ANS CR has been given a special IATA honourable mention
6. 6. 2002
Air Navigation Services of the Czech Republic was given a special IATA (International Air Transport Association) honourable mention at the world summit on air transport in Shanghai, in acknowledgement of its exceptional contribution to the development of civil aviation, especially for the high quality of the provided services, while maintaining a stable, long-term level of charges.
Air Navigation Services of the Czech Republic – the best in Europe
6. 2. 2002
ANS CR is preparing an increase in airspace throughput
24. 1. 2002
Air Navigation Services of the Czech Republic (ANS CR) commenced operational use of a new system of flight levels, called Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM), at 01.01 hours Central European Time on 24.1.2002. The purpose of this system is to substantially increase the throughput of upper airspace of the Czech Republic. This step, which is a part of the all-European RVSM project, is the most significant aviation event of the past 50 years.
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