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2nd March 2018
UkSATSE Signed a Contract with Helios Technology Limited

28th February 2018
Ukrainian aviation authorities, UkSATSE and FAA consider the possibility of flights resumption of the aircraft with the US registration in the airspace under responsibility of Ukraine

19th February 2018
UkSATSE Seeks Modern Solutions for Introduction of Next-Generation ATM System

1st February 2018
Volume of air traffic services provided by UkSATSE in 2017 increased by 18.5%: almost 254 thousand flights

29th January 2018
Training and Certification Center (TCC) of UkSATSE Certified to Carry Out Training of Air Traffic Management Specialists

21st June 2017
Government Approves UkSATSE Financial Plan for 2017
Today the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has approved the Financial Plan of Ukrainian State Air Traffic Services Enterprise (UkSATSE) for 2017.

UkSATSE income at the year-end will amount to UAH 2,639 million, whereas expenses to UAH 2,584 million, which means that the Enterprise will receive a profit of about UAH 55 million.

As long as the Financial Plan is fulfilled, UkSATSE is expected to transfer almost UAH 654 million to the State Budget of Ukraine and trust funds.

The Financial Plan also provides for about UAH 644 million of capital investments including UAH 70 million of loans from EBRD and EIB within the framework of the Project of the Ukrainian air navigation system modernisation.

The Government decision concerning the approval of the main financial document of UkSATSE is a background for further development of the national air navigation service provider. This will allow for the provision of high-quality services and maintenance of an adequate safety level in the Ukrainian airspace and in the international airspace over the High Seas where the responsibility for ANS is delegated to Ukraine by the international agreements.
Source:  UkSATSE

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