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    New SAG Member: Welcome Roadscanners 10 June, 2022 We would like to say a warm welcome to Roadscanners, who join us as a Swedish Aviation Group Member. Read More >
    New SAG Member: Welcome BAM! Bromma Air Maintenance 7 June, 2022 We would like to give a big welcome to Bromma Air Maintenance (BAM), who join us a Swedish Aviation Group Member. Read More >
    New SAG Member: Welcome Neste! 1 June, 2022 We would like to say a warm welcome to Neste AB, who join us a Swedish Aviation Group Member. Read More >
    Ten million kronor for aviation industry research 28 October, 2021 Mid Sweden University has been granted ten million kronor by VINNOVA for further research on the airport of the future. Read More >
    Belgium chooses Saab’s solution for remote-controlled air traffic control 28 September, 2021 Belgium’s leading player in air traffic control, skeyes, has chosen Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions (SDATS) as a supplier for a long-term framework agreement. Read More >
    LFV has been commissioned to carry out a review of the lower airspace 22 September, 2021 LFV has been commissioned by the government to propose how the airspace below 2900 meters should be designed. Read More >
    What to Expect from the Aviation Sustainability Seminar 27 July, 2021 Despite the distraction of Covid-19, the environment remains high on the global agenda and is no longer a topic that can be ignored. With a significant push towards greener and more sustainable solutions across all aspects of life, sustainability is vital for the future of the aviation industry. Read More >
    Saab makes London City Airport the first major British operator of long-haul air traffic control 21 July, 2021 Technology from Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions has enabled London City Airport to become the first major international airport in the world to be fully controlled by a digital tower for remote air traffic control. Read More >
    COLA: Fatigue study on the impact of pandemics on air traffic controllers’ work situation 14 July, 2021 A research study is currently underway where LFV is conducting fatigue studies on various shift rotations and exploring Covid-related impacts on the work situation of air traffic controllers. Read More >
    Aircraft noise easier to measure during the pandemic 8 July, 2021 LFV recently participated in a research project at KTH. In less than 3 hours, 18 flights were made where noise was measured using microphones next to the runway. Read More >