Entry Point North will keep working together with our partners in China to improve safety level and to meet the challenge of rapid increasing air traffic.
We have been collaborating with Ghana Civil Aviation Authorities in delivering an ATSEP Training program in Ghana for more than 30 ATSEP.
The course participants from Petroleum Development Oman LLC and Oman Air took part in a five-day aeronautical observation (AMO) course in Muscat.
Ms. Anne Kathrine Jensen joined the CANSO conference panel to talk about the benefit of investing in people and increasing diversity by recruiting and retaining women and millennials.
We look back on 2018: a successful year in which we have been expanding in numerous ways.
Our instructor provides the course participants with the opportunity to broaden their knowledge of the advanced technology and the operational procedures used in apron control in Europe.
As part of this year’s ATSEP Workshop hosted by Entry Point North, we explored the challenges and solutions regarding modern-day cyber security in Air Traffic Management.
In 2018, Entry Point Central had its most successful year so far, delivering ACS, ADI, APS and Basic training for Hungarocontrol, as well as more than 60 English Aviation courses and two conversion training courses for military air traffic controllers.
On 3 September, twenty air traffic controllers of Belgocontrol started their training courses at our new site in Brussels. In the upcoming weeks various other ATC courses will commence.
The participants will be spread over a total of ten courses, consisting of one day of theory followed by four days of hands-on practice in our state-of-the-art 180-degree TWR simulator.