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23rd September 2020
UkSATSE Flight and Calibration Services start flight inspection at Chernivtsi airport

16th September 2020
UkSATSE Flight and Calibration Services performed flight inspection for airport at Dnipro city

15th September 2020
EUROCONTROL has revised downwards its forecast for the recovery of air traffic from September 2020 to February 2021 and foresees a total industry loss of over 140 billion euros

8th September 2020
August air traffic in the Ukrainian airspace: minus 56%

4th September 2020
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) Calls on Governments for Recovery of the Aviation Industry and Borders to Open

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23rd September 2020
UkSATSE Flight and Calibration Services start flight inspection at Chernivtsi airport
Today, specialists of UkSATSE Flight and Calibration Services have begun performing flight checks of ground lighting equipment and angle of approach lights under a contract with the Chernivtsi International Airport named after Leonid Kadeniuk. Flights on the Super King Air 350 flying laboratory with registration number UR-CWB will continue on 23 and 24 September.
 

16th September 2020
UkSATSE Flight and Calibration Services performed flight inspection for airport at Dnipro city
Under the contract with Dnipropetrovsk International Airport, UkSATSE Flight and Calibration Services professionals carried out flight inspection of ground-based radio navigation aids and lighting equipment.
 

15th September 2020
EUROCONTROL has revised downwards its forecast for the recovery of air traffic from September 2020 to February 2021 and foresees a total industry loss of over 140 billion euros
Under its new Current Status Scenario, the total number of flights expected in Europe will be lower by 55% than in 2019, a drop of 6 million fewer flights. Taking all of the above into account, there will potentially be a total industry loss in Europe in revenues of approximately 140 billion during 2020 for airlines, ANSPs and airports.
 

8th September 2020
August air traffic in the Ukrainian airspace: minus 56%
The total number of flights that UkSATSE provided air navigation services in August 2020 amounts to 16,690, which is 56.3% less than in August 2019.

Ukrainian airlines operated 6,373 flights (45.5% less than last August), foreign airlines performed 10317 flights (-61.1%). By flight type: 2,519 flights performed in August were domestic (-15.7%), 8,249 were international (-50.4%) and 5,922 were transit (-68.2%).
 

4th September 2020
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) Calls on Governments for Recovery of the Aviation Industry and Borders to Open
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is calling on governments to work together to find ways to recover of the aviation industry and open the borders which are still mostly closed.

In its statement, IATA indicates that quarantine continues to reduce the demand for travel - during the peak summer period, four in five potential travelers stayed at home. As a result, there was no expected increase in flight volume.
 

3rd September 2020
"It will be difficult for us to climb into the positive side this year" - Director of UkSATSE
The aviation industry was one of the first to suffer from the effects of lockdown due to the coronavirus epidemic. The country has lost some more transit in previous years - after the occupation of the Crimea and Donbass. Andrey Yarmak, Director of the State Enterprise explained to MINTRANS how UkSATSE - state enterprise that provides services to Ukrainian airspace, copes with the consequences of the crisis.
 

1st September 2020
UkSATSE Training and Certification Centre 19-th Anniversary
Today, on Knowledge Day, the UkSATSE Training and Certification Centre is marking the 19th anniversary of its establishment.
The history of the Center as a separate unit began on 1-st September 2001, when the Professional Training Centre was separated from the Kyivcenteraero RB and the Professional Development Centre for UkSATSE specialists (Ukraerotraining) was established on its basis. This was prompted by the new tasks arising from the functioning of the Integrated civil-military air traffic management system (ICMS), established in 1999. And in December 2006, the UkSATSE Training and Certification Centre (TCC) was established on the basis of Ukraerotraining.
 

31st August 2020
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency confirmed the high level of safety guaranteed by Ukraine in the High Seas airspace over the Black Sea
Today the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has published an updated EASA SIB 2015-16R3 (Safety Information Bulletin) on the safe use of 6 routes (L851, M856, M860, M854, M435, M861). These routes EASA recommends to air users for planning flights in the High Seas airspace over the Black Sea, where responsibility for the provision of air traffic services is delegated to Ukraine.

The EASA's conclusion is limited to routes in the airspace above the Black Sea, which do not affect the territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. The airspace above the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and its territorial waters remain closed to flights of aircraft.
 

28th August 2020
Happy Ukrainian Aviation Day!
Dear colleagues, I wish you sincere congratulations on the Ukrainian Aviation Day!

Our country is an aviation state, which is one of the few countries in the world that has a closed technological cycle of aircraft engineering and manufacturing. In addition to our own industry, we have a national air navigation system, a network of airports, domestic airlines and modern special education. The names of many Ukrainian aviators have become famous all over the world.

We are part of a large aviation family, and our role is a core one.
 

27th August 2020
The UkSATSE Aviation Training and Certification Center plans to train pilots of the Sri Lanka Air Force
Specialists from the UkSATSE Aviation Training and Certification Centre presented the modernized An-24/26/32 simulator to the Sri Lanka Air Force representatives. Representatives of the Sri Lankan delegation appreciated the operational capability of the simulator, its high quality visualization, which makes the pilots feel like they are in the most realistic conditions.
 



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