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Thabani Mthiyane, ATNS CEO

Air Traffic and Navigation Services (ATNS) SOC Limited is participating at the 59th ACI Africa Regional Conference and Exhibition currently underway in Victoria Islands, Lagos, Nigeria.

“As a major role-player within the global aviation industry, ATNS strongly believes in collaborating with its stakeholders across Africa and creating strategic partnerships that will ultimately lead to safer and more efficient Air Traffic Management services and Collaborative Decision-Making initiatives,” says Thabani Mthiyane, ATNS Chief Executive Officer.

“The theme of this conference is Business Transformation for Sustainable Development of African Airports. As part of a global collective that invests in its people and infrastructure, we wholly support the direction the Conference is taking,” he explains.

“This event is an excellent platform and opportunity for ATNS to showcase some of its products and services. And this includes Training and WGS 84, to mention but a few,” adds Thabani Myeza, ATNS Commercial Services Executive. 

The Conference ends on 20 April 2018.

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