Federal State Unitary Enterprise "State ATM Corporation" was established by the Government Decree to ensure safety and regularity of civil aviation flights and create the uniform economic management of ATM systems.

Basic Facts & Figures:

  • Coverage Area — over 26 mln.sq.km.
  • Airway distance — over 800 000 km.
  • Over 1,5 mln. flights a year
  • Over 1,000 aircraft under control at a time
  • Personnel — over 30,000 employees:
    — ATS personnel – over 10,000 including about 8,000 ATCOs
    — CNS personnel – about 10,000
  • 102 automated ATC complexes 
  • 28 centers of the Joint ATM System, Including:
    — 1 Main Centre,
    — 7 Zonal centres,
    — 20 Area centres (including 12 centres with airspace management functions) 
  • 10 Automated ATC Systems of consolidated ACCs
  • About 800 surveillance aids
  • About 2,000 navigational and landing aids
  • Over 11,000 communication facilities
  • Over 40 automated working positions

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08.04.2019 45th International Air Traffic Controllers Hockey Tournament ends
The 46th International Air Traffic Controllers Hockey Tournament, which is de facto the world championship, ended in the Canadian city of Halifax.
04.04.2019 State ATM Corporation’s Crimea Air Navigation Branch Turns Five
Exactly 5 years ago, after the reunification of Crimea with Russia, it was decided to set up what became State ATM Corporation’s 17th branch, with the view of providing air traffic services in Simferopol FIR airspace (Republic of Crimea).
29.03.2019 QNH was implemented in Ugra ATS center
On 28 March 2019, at 00:00 UTC, Ugra ATS center of “North Siberia Air Navigation” branch of State ATM Corporation performed the transition to QNH and altitudes expressed in feet for flights operated to/from Khanty-Mansiysk aerodrome.
29.03.2019 36th Eurasia Coordination Council and Coordination Expert Group meetings to be held in Dushanbe
The 36th meeting of the Eurasia Coordination Council and the Coordination Expert Group, hosted by the State Unitary Enterprise "Tajikaeronavigation", will be held in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, on 23-26 April, 2019.

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