Over the past 20 years, To70 has gradually expanded the services it provides, its client portfolio and global presence. In order to help shape the future of ATM and expand its network with the world’s air navigation service providers and their suppliers, To70 decided to join CANSO as an associate member.
Through active participation in the various workgroups and global events, specifically those related to safety, operations and environment, To70 expects to further accelerate its growth and better serve the ATM community.
Ruud Ummels, Managing Director, To70 said: “It’s been a long time coming, but I am really pleased we have now joined CANSO. Having attended their excellent annual ATM World exhibition and conference on various occasions, we will be looking at contributing to some of the committees and workgroups. Especially now, in times of an unprecedented downturn for the aviation industry, we need to work together in order to come out stronger.”
Simon Hocquard, Director General, CANSO said: “We are thrilled to welcome To70 to CANSO. It is an innovative company, with a wealth of knowledge and expertise in many aspects of aviation that we can work with and support on a variety of collaborative initiatives. CANSO provides organisations across the entire ATM industry with the network and platforms to help develop ATM products and services and advance aviation, and we are therefore excited that To70 will be joining us on our mission to shape the future of our skies.”
CANSO – the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation – is the global voice of air traffic management (ATM) worldwide. CANSO Members support almost 90 percent of world air traffic. CANSO brings the world’s air navigation service providers, leading industry innovators and air traffic management specialists together to share knowledge, develop best practice and shape the future for secure and seamless airspace.
To70 is one of the world’s leading aviation consultants providing research and advisory services to the global aviation community. To70 was founded in The Netherlands in 2000 and has since expanded with offices in Europe (Brussels, Frankfurt, Geneva, London and Milan), Australia (Brisbane and Melbourne), Asia (Bangkok, Bengaluru, Shanghai and Singapore) and the Americas (Montréal, Bogotá and São Paulo). To70 has a wide range of expertise which include, among other areas, strategic planning of airports and airspace, operational performance and efficiency, aviation safety and environmental studies. The range of clients includes airport operators, air navigation service providers, airlines, government bodies, aviation authorities and research institutions.
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