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Indra Navia, Nav Canada mark 3 milestones to 15-year partnership

19 June 2014

Indra Navia and Nav Canada said they have achieved three significant milestones, following the installation of nine NOVA 9000 airport surface detection equipment systems and more than 100 normarc instrument landing systems across the country since 1999.

Nav Canada has selected Indra Navia to supply 15 NORMARC 7000B ILS over the next 2-3 years, as a part of the final phase of its ILS replacement program. Indra Navia was awarded the initial contract in September 2002 for the first phase of Nav Canada´s ILS replacement program. Subsequent contracts for further installations followed and after the program´s completion, the NORMARC ILS will have become the standard landing system for Nav Canada with around 115 NORMARC ILS´ in operation.

In addition, Indra Navia´s latest generation NOVA 9000 ASDE system has been put into operational use at TSX International Airport.

As one of the most trusted ATM solution providers, Indra Navia received its 11th Supplier Performance Award since the first contract in 1998 for, as the award letter said, “providing outstanding support” to Nav Canada.

Nav Canada owns and operates Canada´s civil air navigation service. The company manages 18 million square kilometres of Canadian and oceanic airspace. With 40,000 customers and 12 million aircraft movements a year, Nav Canada is the world´s second-largest air navigation service by traffic volume.

Indra Navia designs, produces, and integrates cutting-edge communication, navigation, and tower systems for the world´s leading airports and air traffic control organizations. Specializing in highly customized solutions, the company delivers outstanding long-term value under the most demanding conditions. More than 1200 airports around the world rely on GAREX, NORMARC and NOVA.

Indra, chaired by Javier Monzón, is Spain´s number one consulting and technology multinational and one of the main multinationals in Europe and Latin America.


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