Airservices Australia has switched to a new voice communication system at three facilities, a move the air navigation services provider (ANSP) called a milestone in its effort to modernize the country’s air traffic management (ATM) system.   The Civil-Military ATM (CMATS) voice communication system has entered operational use at the main Australian air traffic control facilities in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth, with the Brisbane facility scheduled to follow in early 2019. CMATS ...

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