UK air navigation service provider NATS has won a contract to provide tower and engineering services at London Luton Airport (LTN) for another three years. The contract was awarded following an open market tender process. In 2011, 9.5 million passengers travelled through LTN, with NATS controllers handling 99,296 flights, making it the UK’s fifth busiest airport. The contract award means NATS will continue to provide air traffic management services to all five major London ...

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