On 13th December 2019, the Air Navigation Administration ANA hosted AROC, the Airline Representatives and Operators Committee Luxembourg.
On 27th & 28th of November, Luxembourg's Air Navigation Administration (ANA), in collaboration with DAC (Direction de l'Aviation Civile) and EUROCONTROL, organized a workshop, for data originators to help stakeholders meet aeronautical data requirements.
ANA ensures the provision of the Luxembourgish AIM data destined to be published as part of the Belgium and Luxembourg AIP or NOTAM messages by skeyes.
Since 2007, the European Public Sector Award (EPSA) has received, assessed and made accessible more than 1200 public practices from 39 European countries and the European institutions.
Every year the European Satellite Services Provider (ESSP) and the European Global Navigation Satellite Systems Agency (GSA) organize what is known as the European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS) Annual Workshop. This year the workshop took place in Rome on the 24th and 25th of September.
ANA will provide sophisticated “airside-driving-training” to internal staff and external stakeholders of the airport platform. The system makes an important contribution to the success of ANA’S training organization by increasing training capacity for the growing number of airside drivers.
This year “Europe’s Functional Airspace Block Europe Central”, known as FABEC, has been awarded the David J. Hurley Memorial Award for Aviation Traffic Management at the Air Traffic Control Association ATCA Annual Conference and Exposition on 2 October 2018
Both Belgian and Luxembourg air navigation service providers are very satisfied about the intense collaboration they started after concluding an agreement in 2017. They confirm that mutual trust by deepening and expanding that collaboration. Four new domains have been added to the original Memorandum of Understanding.
Les Letters of agreement avec les différents utilisateurs de notre espace aérien sont revus régulièrement. L'accord avec le Cercle Luxembourgeois de vol à voile (CLVV) a été modifié pour la saison 2018 et fût signé le vendredi 30.3.2018 par M. Claudio Clori (CEO f.f.), M. Constant Rausch (chef ATC/APP) et le président du CLVV, M. Tom Scholtes.
This certification concludes a joint effort of nearly 4 years by all stakeholders at Luxembourg Airport to obtain the aerodrome certification. The certification process involved specialists from lux-Airport, Administration de la navigation aérienne (ANA), Fire Department, Administration des ponts
In the scope of ANA's close cooperation with Belgocontrol in matters of aeronautical and meteorological information our two ANSPs now offer a common web-based briefing tool for all flights to/from Luxembourg and Belgium.