The ATM/cns department has successfully provided services to various South African and international clients in the areas of planning, standards assurance, safety management, assurance, aeronautical documentation and flight procedure design.
The ATNS Aviation Training Academy (ATA) is a unique organisation in terms of the training on offer. Not only do we provide Air Traffic Services and Engineering Training to our staff members, but also provide a wide range of aviation-related and safety-related courses throughout the Continent and into the Middle East.
ALPA-SA is the only organisation that caters solely for the needs of flight deck crew. It has no vested commercial interest in aviation and is a non-profit organisation, funded solely from membership subscriptions.
The Airlines Association of Southern Africa (AASA) is the leading representative airline organisation within southern Africa, working together with leaders of the aviation industry and senior public and government officials on policy, regulatory, planning, operational, safety, security and financial matters affecting the overall profitability of the airlines and their continued sustainability.
The Commercial Aviation Association of Southern Africa NPC (CAASA) is a non-profit organisation formed in 1944 to promote and protect the commercial interest of the general aviation industry in South African Aviation.
Our member companies include airport operators, non-scheduled operators, business aircraft operators, flying training organisations, aircraft maintenance companies and companies offering a whole range of supporting and retail services.
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