UK air navigation services provider NATS said UK airspace will be open for business despite the threat of industrial action called by air traffic controllers across Europe on Jan. 29-30. In a statement, NATS said its controllers and support staff at the Swanwick and Prestwick centers, as well as at NATS-operated control towers across the UK, would be working as normal and providing a full service to airlines and passengers. NATS CEO Richard Deakin said: “NATS controllers will be ...

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