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August 21st, 2011
Boeing Helps Russian Airports Prepare for Traffic

Boeing will partner with Basel Aero Company, which operates Sochi International Airport, and Moscow State University of Geodesy and Cartography in this initiative. Under the guidance of the Boeing Flight Services Air Traffic Management (ATM) group and Boeing subsidiary Jeppesen, the aircraft manufacturer will analyze the Russian airports’ procedures and suggest new ways to maximize their airspace. Basel Aero Company CEO Sergey Likharev believes the knowledge provided by Boeing will be invaluable to these airports. “Modern technologies of air traffic management and air navigation will allow us to reduce the risk of closing our airports in low-visibility conditions, update our ground operations as well as optimize airspace utilization,” he said in a statement. Read More