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NATS installs digital flight strip system at Bristol Airport

December 12, 2018 / Airport Technology

Air traffic services provider NATS has deployed its new Hub and Spoke electronic flight progress strip (EFPS) system at Bristol Airport in the UK.The new system will integrate the airport’s tower and approach services. The airport handles more than 75,000 flights annually, carrying approximately 8.5 million passengers.NATS’ Hub and Spoke systems hook up to a centralised set of data servers to drive operational screens in connected airports.The technology eliminates the need for airport air traffic control tower to have their own installed servers on-site, as well as the provision of individual data links at a specific location.