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Frequentis is very active in promoting its offerings to the marketplace. Through a constant stream of news and events the goal is a constant outbound information flow. The topics shared in this section highlight current activities by the company and thought leadership for the future.


FREQUENTIS, Vienna Airport, Austrian Airlines & FACC launch first German-language aviation podcast

Stuck in departures? Listen to the FIRST German-language aviation podcast, Flightcast, all about the fascinating world of flying (made simple). #Flightcast is powered by Austrian Airlines, FACC, Vienna Airport and Frequentis.

Episode 01 explains how to become a pilot and in Episode 02 you will learn why planes fly!

Download the German-langauge podcast series here...

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Multiplying operational efficiencies

In the May issue of International Airport Review we spoke about the way multi-remote tower operations would increase operator efficiency and the tests so far that have proved the safety of the concept. You can download the pdf of the article by using the download button.

The largest-scale remote air traffic control tower

Developing the largest-scale remote air traffic control tower

In April we spoke to airport-technology.com about remote air traffic control towers, their future developments and why we are the remote tower specialist.

Read the full article here. 

Flight Centric ATC validation

SESAR2020: Successful Flight Centric ATC validation and open day in Budapest

SESAR partners, Hungarocontrol, Frequentis, and DLR jointly validated a new concept of flight-centric operations in the scope of the SESAR2020 framework. For this purpose, the entire upper Hungarian airspace was simulated without any airspace sectors.

By breaking down existing barriers of fixed airspace structures, flight-centric operations allow improved use of the existing airspace and to fly more efficient routes.

To read what happened, click download...

Air Force Tests Remote Air Traffic Control Towers

Air Force Tests Remote Air Traffic Control Towers

Stew Magnusson, Editor of National Defense magazine, spoke to Mark Robinson about remote towers and their use cases for the military.

Read the full article here.