Our heritage: decades of training experience
Entry Point North, founded in 2005, is a joint partnership between three Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs): Naviair (Denmark), LFV (Sweden) and IAA (Ireland). The academy is established as a limited company with equal holding and a joint board of directors.
Entry Point North is an independent company with decades of training experience inherited from each of our owners. Together these ANSPs employ more than 1,400 air traffic controllers. All training solutions carried out in the academy are based on a proven, modern Scandinavian training philosophy and methodology
which is recognised all over the world.
Our history: becoming one of the largest global ATS academies
2006 March Entry Point North was officially opened at Malmö-Sturup Airport. That same day, the first group of new ATCO students was welcomed at the academy.
2010 September The first international annual AFIS Seminar was organised at Entry Point North.
2011 May Entry Point Central, a jointly owned subsidiary by HungaroControl and Entry Point North, was opened in Budapest.
2011 July Entry Point North and CAMIC, the Civil Aviation Management Institute of China, entered into a long-term partnership on collaboration in aviation related training.
2012 October Entry Point North became ICAO TRAINAIR PLUS Associate member.
2012 September Entry Point North and GroupEAD Europe S.L., Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) service provider, signed a long term partnership agreement.
2014 January Entry Point North academy in Ireland was opened. IAA became a part owner of Entry Point North.
2015 August The Entry Point North Denmark site at Copenhagen Airport was opened on 24 August 2015.
2016 February Entry Point North became certified under Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/340 as one of the first training organisations in Europe.
2017 March Entry Point North Spain academy was opened in Madrid.
2017 May Entry Point North received ISO 9001:2015 certification.
2018 January Entry Point North starts providing tower and radar simulator services at Stockholm-Arlanda and Norrköping Airports.