Collaboration Will Outline Emissions Reduction in the Philippines and Vietnam
Washington, DC, March 31, 2015 – Metron Aviation has been chosen by The United States Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) to assess air traffic management operations – and their impact on emissions - in the Philippines and Vietnam.
Washington, DC, February 5, 2015 – Metron Aviation is pleased to announce the promotion of Mike Antonucci to General Manager and Vice President for Commercial Products and Solutions, the commercial division of the organization. With an increasing global demand for more efficient air traffic flow management (ATFM) solutions, Metron Aviation’s solutions are at the forefront of the flow management industry, meeting the needs of air navigation service providers, airlines and airports worldwide. Reducing delays, fuel burn and CO2 emissions has helped customers, such as the FAA, Eurocontrol, AirServices Australia, FedEx, ATNS, United Airlines, SENEAM, and China ATMB, maximize efficiency and improve operations.
Metron Aviation President to Be Recognized in October by Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA)
July 22, 2014 / Alexandria, Va. - The Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) has chosen Monte Belger, President of Metron Aviation, as its 2014 recipient for the Glen A. Gilbert Memorial Award. Throughout his 40-plus years in aviation, Belger has held standout positions as acting administrator for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and most recently was appointed President of Metron Aviation. In each position, he has forged numerous domestic and international partnerships. A capstone to the ATCA 59th Annual Conference & Exposition, the Glen A. Gilbert Memorial Award Banquet will welcome professionals in aviation to honor Belger the evening of October 1, 2014.
Metron Aviation and Danish Meteorological Institute to Support EUROCONTROL in ATM Disruption Risk Assessment
Dulles, Virginia — October 22, 2013 — Metron Aviation and its partner Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) have formed a Consortium to support EUROCONTROL with risk assessments of Air Traffic Management (ATM) disruptions. Such disruptions may be caused by meteorological or other natural hazards such as volcanic ash, earthquakes, fires, flooding and space weather.
Dulles, Virginia – July 23, 2013 – Metron Aviation has been awarded a contract by the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) to study the most cost-effective means to reduce aviation emissions in the Asia Pacific region. Metron Aviation will work closely with APEC, AEROTHAI Thailand and the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) Malaysia to estimate the benefits of optimizing traffic flow points of congestion (i.e. airports and airspace). This study’s main objective is to reduce fuel consumption by determining Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) procedures that optimize traffic capacity within infrastructure constraints, reduce airborne delays and balance demand to available capacity at airports and airspace.
Airservices Australia Selects Metron Aviation to Advance International Collaborative Decision Making Operations
Dulles, Virginia — July 18, 2013 — Metron Aviation announces that Airservices Australia has selected the company for the next phase of its Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) program. The next phase will address optimizing international flight operations in the Australian airspace. The program will engage international stakeholders in CDM processes and enable arriving international flights to improve flight efficiency by targeting an arrival time that dynamically balances air traffic demand with capacity.
Dulles, Virginia — January 30, 2013 — Metron Aviation is pleased to announce that Peter Eriksen has joined the team as Airport Optimization and ATM Expert. Mr. Eriksen most recently led EUROCONTROL’s contribution to the SESAR Joint Undertaking in the Airport domain.
Dulles, Virginia — October 30, 2012 — Metron Aviation was awarded a contract to evaluate airside capacity enhancements for South Africa. The U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) provided a grant to the Air Traffic and Navigation Services Company (ATNS) to fund the study. Metron Aviation, with its team members Landrum & Brown (L&B) and ACA Associates, Inc., will evaluate the viability of utilizing advanced technologies and procedural improvements to reduce delays and improve efficiency, while minimizing environmental impacts of air traffic movements at Cape Town, King Shaka (Durban) and O.R. Tambo (Johannesburg) international airports and in the surrounding airspace.
Dulles, Virginia — October 2, 2012 — Metron Aviation is pleased to announce the award of two task orders, through the Systems Engineering 2020 Vehicle, by which Metron Aviation continues to support the development of advanced environmental tools for Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The awarded projects are Aviation Environmental Design Tool (AEDT) Development and Support Work and Noise Integrated Routing System (NIRS), NIRS Screening Tool (NST) and Aviation Environmental Screening Tool (AEST) Support and Development.