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   30th October 2020
  Kazaeronavigatsia specialists receive UkSATSE certificates
  A group of specialists from the Republican State Enterprise Kazaeronavigatsia (Republic of Kazakhstan) completed a two-week training course at the training and certification center of UkSATSE.
Today, Kazakh colleagues have received certificates of successful completion of a course on surveillance and safety control within the air traffic management system.
   29th October 2020
  UkSATSE completed its flight calibration programme at Boryspil Airport for 2020
  UkSATSE specialists performed a flight check of ground radio and lighting equipment for Boryspil International Airport.

During the second phase of the flight calibration under the contract between UkSATSE and the airport, the crew of the aircraft laboratory Beechcraft B300 (Super King Air 350) with registration number UR-CWB performed a flight check of the ILS-410 instrumental approach system, lighting equipment on both courses and a VOR/DME navigation radio beacon. In this way, UkSATSE has fully complied with the terms and conditions of the contract for 2020, which provides for the total flight calibration of fifteen means and systems. The first stage of the flight calibration was completed in May this year.
   21st October 2020
  UkSATSE Aviation Training and Certification Centre specialists develop a new programme Aviation English for Engineers and Technicians
  The new programme will be useful for aviation personnel involved in aircraft maintenance. It aims to familiarize the audience with the terms and concepts related to an aircraft and its maintenance processes, which are necessary for professional activity in English. Completion of the course will help technical staff to work successfully in the international aviation community: communicate with colleagues from different countries to share professional experience, use technical documentation in the original language, be competitive in the global market, as English is the language of international communication in the field of aviation in accordance with ICAO requirements.
   20th October 2020
  Happy International Air Traffic Controller Day!
  Dear colleagues! I sincerely congratulate you on your professional day!

Your responsible work demands from each of you extraordinary abilities, deep knowledge and continuous professional improvement, which is required by the modern world and the dynamics of aviation development. You are the driving force and guarantee of air traffic safety in the sky above Ukraine.

Thank you for the quality of your work, especially in these difficult times, which have tested our company and the entire industry. I believe that together we will overcome of these current challenges.

We have every opportunity to do this - highly qualified specialists, modern technologies and procedures, high-quality dialogue with airspace users, support of European partners and mutual understanding with the international aviation community, in particular with such influential regulators as EASA and FAA, whose position is important in the world.

I wish everyone patience and determination to achieve their goals, confidence in their own abilities, reliable support of their colleagues, peaceful sky above their heads and heavy air traffic in the Ukrainian sky!

We are strong when we are together! We are Aviation!

Andrii Yarmak, Head of UkSATSE
   16th October 2020
  FAA completely lifts restrictions for U.S. civil operators on flights over Black Sea under Ukraine's responsibility
  From 27 October 2020, the Federal Aviation Administration of the U.S. Department of Transportation has scheduled an update to the Special Federal Aviation Regulations (SFAR 113) on flights restrictions by American operators in airspace under Ukrainian responsibility.

The document states that Ukraine has introduced effective measures to ensure the safety of civil aviation flights in the Simferopol flight information region, in particular in the international airspace where responsibility for air traffic services is delegated to Ukraine.
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