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Sébastien Esteve and Mikhael Matar

FREQUENTIS appoints new Managing Director in France

After almost 40 years with Frequentis, ten of them as Managing Director of Frequentis France, Mikhael Matar has decided to retire. He will be succeeded by Sébastien Esteve.

“Mikhael Matar is responsible for the successful growth of Frequentis in France. In 2023 we won our largest global rail project, the nationwide communication system contract for French railway company SNCF. We would like to thank Mikhael for his long-standing commitment and great achievements and wish him all the best for his retirement,” says Frequentis CEO Norbert Haslacher. “We welcome Sébastien Esteve to Frequentis, who brings a profound level of expertise with sales and account management, handling large-scale IT projects and contracts in the aerospace business. We wish him every success in his role as Managing Director of Frequentis France”.

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Frequentis and T-Systems further digitalise Dublin Airport

  • T-Systems integrates Frequentis airportWORKS into Dublin airport solution
  • Dublin uses airport management system for almost all processes from a single source
  • Frequentis and T-Systems showcase solution at Passenger Terminal Expo 2024 in Frankfurt

T-Systems has integrated a new management product from Frequentis into Dublin Airport's system to further enhance information flow, resource management, and passenger satisfaction.

Frequentis airport products are key enablers for the most effective collaboration between airports, airlines, and Air Navigation Service Providers to reduce costs for all stakeholders, achieve their performance objectives, and increase passenger satisfaction. 

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FREQUENTIS: Order intake of half a billion euros for the first time

  • Revenues +10.8% to EUR 427.5 million
  • Order intake +24.7% to EUR 505 million
  • EBIT increased to EUR 27 million
  • Proposal to increase the dividend again to EUR 0.24

“We managed to increase revenues and order intake volumes in all segments. That is a tremendous success for our team. I would like to thank the 2,200 employees who work for Frequentis around the world for their commitment and contribution to this success,” said Frequentis CEO Norbert Haslacher.

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Tait Communications to bring FREQUENTIS LifeX to North America

  • Tait Communications to expand its end-to-end radio communication portfolio in the US with Frequentis software
  • Frequentis LifeX seamlessly integrates various communication technologies on one platform while providing control room flexibility and efficiency
  • LifeX worldwide references prove its capabilities for mission-critical control rooms

Tait Communications and Frequentis have formed a strategic partnership to introduce the innovative LifeX multimedia communication solution to North America. Under this exclusive agreement, Frequentis will provide Tait Communications with access to LifeX software, designed to seamlessly integrate various analog and digital radio systems, while also accommodating future capabilities such as digital mobile radio (DMR), mission-critical data (MCX), 911, and next-generation 911 (NG911).

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FREQUENTIS and ENAV elevate airport efficiency and sustainability in Milan with Arrival Manager

  • Frequentis Arrival Manager (AMAN) at Milan Area Control Centre has transformed approach flights to Milan’s three airports
  • AMAN assists with optimised sequencing arrivals, reducing flight time and fuel usage
  • Estimated saving of 93 kilograms of CO2 emissions per flight

Italian Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP) ENAV has announced the Frequentis AMAN has transformed approach flights within the Milan Area Control Centre, responsible for the airspace over north-west Italy. By dynamically calculating Estimated Landing Times (ELDT) and updating Target Landing Times (TLDT), this innovative system assists air traffic controllers in sequencing arrivals, reducing flight time, and promoting fuel conservation at Milan Malpensa, Milan Linate, and Bergamo Orio al Serio airports.

"We are proud to be at the forefront of this monumental achievement. Frequentis remains committed to developing solutions that not only enhance air traffic management but also significantly contribute to a more sustainable aviation ecosystem," says Frank Köhne, Member of the Frequentis ATM Executive Board.

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