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Boeing, Indonesia Partner to Explore Air Traffic Management Improvements

 Boeing announced on Monday that the company has signed an agreement with AirNav Indonesia to explore initiatives to further enhance the safety and efficiency of Indonesia’s national air traffic management system.

Improving airport and flight operations can help increase the safety and sustainability of Indonesia’s aviation system through more efficient movement of aircraft and reduced fuel use, Boeing said.

The memorandum of understanding (MOU) brings together Boeing’s engineering expertise with the Indonesian government’s key initiatives in airspace management, training and air traffic management strategic planning. Boeing and AirNav will work closely with the Directorate General of Civil Aviation of Indonesia, local airlines, airport operators and other aviation stakeholders in the country, according to the announcement.

“Airspace capacity and air traffic management is a shared interest between Boeing and AirNav and a natural space where we need to cooperate. We look forward to this collaboration with Boeing,” said Mdm. Polana B. Pramesti, president director of AirNav Indonesia.

“With its emerging market economy, Indonesia is home to one of the largest aviation markets in Asia,” said Mike Sinnett, senior vice president and general manager of Product Development for Boeing Commercial Airplanes. “We’re committed to supporting Indonesia’s civil aviation industry and excited to work with AirNav to explore lasting solutions that safely and sustainably enhance Indonesia’s air traffic management system.”

Source: English News