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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

Urumqi buys ATM equipment


The Air Traffic Management Bureau under the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) and Spain’s Indar company signed an agreement on June 12 for the purchase of air traffic management automation system equipment for Urumqi. Attending the signing ceremony were Vice Director Liu Jiwen of Xinjiang Regional Administration of CAAC; Director Cao Qiong of Xinjiang ATMB; Secretary Peng Gang of Xinjiang ATMB; Vice Director Liang Wendi of Xinjiang ATMB; and Chen Bing, general manager of the Civil Aviation Air Traffic Control Technology & Equipment Development Co. (TEDC) and president of ATM International Department of Spain’s Indar company. The automation system will modernize the existing equipment in the Xinjiang area, lessen the work load of controllers, increase the service capability of Xinjiang civil aviation ATM, and allow the Xianjiang area to implement RVSM work. It will also provide a platform for future access of multi-radars in the Xinjiang area, and establish a foundation to fulfill radar control in the Urumqi terminal area. Indar has clients in 140 countries and regions in the world. Indar hopes to get a bigger market share in mainland China.

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