Sudan Airspace Design

One month after the Kick-off Meeting, the Inception Report of the Airspace Design Project has been delivered yesterday in Khartoum.

DSNA Services and CGX-Aero partnership for restructuring Sudanese airspace

DSNA Services in partnership with CGX Aero won at the end of 2015 a call of tenders for restructuring the Sudanese airspace. The kick-of-meeting will be held on next February 14, 15 and 16 in Khartoum with DSNA Services and CGX Aero’s experts, local authorities and stakeholders (airlines, representatives of the bordering countries, military, …).

The importance of the air transport for the Haitian development.


Franco Haitian cooperation in the aviation sector

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Contract for navaids calibration in Tunisia awarded to DSNA Services

November 13, 2015 – Contract for navaids calibration in Tunisia awarded to DSNA Services Facing several European proposals, the « Office de l’Aviation Civile et des Aéroports » (OACA) has chosen DSNA Services to ensure the flight inspection of navaids in Tunisia over the next three years. This success underlines the French know-how and the synergy between […]

XMAN project : the first live trial tested between NATS and DSNA

A new operational procedure to cut the amount of time aircraft circle in ‘holding stacks’ at London Heathrow Airport is set to begin today. Traditionally NATS, the UK’s air traffic service provider, has only been able to influence an arriving aircraft’s approach to Heathrow once it enters UK airspace – sometimes only 80 miles from […]

DSNA and DFS introduce common safety net system CoSNET

The French air navigation service provider (ANSP) DSNA and the German ANSP DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung have jointly developed the safety net system CoSNET (Cooperative Safety Nets). The ANSPs started to cooperate in 2008 in order to enhance the safety of operations in their area control centres and major approach control units. DOWNLOAD THE PRESS RELEASE


DSNA put into operation a high altitude approach procedure « POINT MERGE » for flights to Paris-CDG airport! DOWNLOAD THE PRESS RELEASE