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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

New Southwest Regional ATMB established


The new Southwest Regional Air Traffic Management Bureau (ATMB) under the Civil Aviation Administration of China has been established. The ATMB was established during a reform conference, held in Chengdu on July 26, which aimed to address flight delays and increase efficiency of air traffic management system operations. A feasibility report to establish the Chengdu Regional ATC Center has been sent to the National Development and Reform Commission. The center will be constructed at a cost of RMB 800 million and will be built in two years. When completed, the Chengdu Regional ATC Center will be responsible for the whole southwest region. It will implement surveillance, management and command of all civil aircraft entering the southwest region airspace. The Southwest Regional ATMB will install radar in Chongqing, Guizhou and Kunming.

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