ADAC to install flightplan converter
- United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, September 25 - 2012 at 08:26
Abu Dhabi Airport Co (ADAC) has signed up Austria's Frequentis to install a bi-directional flight plan format converter at the airport. Under the terms of the deal, Frequentis will equip the approach control centre at the Abu Dhabi International Airport with smartFPLconverter, a flexible system that interconnects to flight data processing and flight plan handling systems available in the market using standard communication interfaces. The move is in line with ADAC's decision to meet the upcoming November 15 UAE government deadline for the transition to the new ICAO flight plan data formats.
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