Serco, the international service company, is showcasing its world-class Air Traffic Management capabilities at this year's World Route Development Forum, hosted by the Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) at ADNEC from September 30th to October 2nd.
As a Host Sponsor of the only annual event designed specifically for airports and airlines to meet directly to discuss new routes, global growth potential and challenges facing the global aviation industry, Serco will take part of many discussions that explore the potential of Abu Dhabi as destination and support ADAC in its objective to become a regional aviation hub.
Frank Erb, Aviation Director at Serco Middle East said: "The future development of air traffic control requires global collaboration and system development that reaches far beyond the limits of what we have today; we cannot be limited by national boundaries or by the capabilities of one airport or one piece of airspace. This is why we are delighted to support ADAC in hosting the World Route Development Forum, where leaders from different airport group gather to explore the potential of Abu Dhabi as an airport hub and destination."
Serco has a long and distinguished history of air navigation service provision across the UAE and the Middle East. Over the years Serco's product in the region has evolved from providing air traffic controllers to the modern broad service offering supplied in Bahrain, Abu Dhabi, Dubai and elsewhere within the region. Today, Serco provides comprehensive technical and support services across a wide range of applications to both government and industrial customers.