Press release

Contract signed with Fiji Islands

Rome, 17 April 2024 - ENAV SpA, through its subsidiary IDS AirNav, a leading international provider of Solutions for aeronautical information management, has won a contract worth 720,000 euros with Fiji Airports LTD for the supply, installation, testing and commissioning of the CRONOS and the AMHS (Aeronautical Message Handling System), two advanced systems for the management and exchange of aeronautical information.

Fiji Airports is responsible for air traffic control over 15 airports on the Fiji Islands, including the two international airports at Nadi and Nausori, and over an airspace of more than 6 million square kilometres.


The Chief Executive Officer Pasqualino Monti said: We are very proud of this contract. Fiji Airports represents a new customer for the ENAV Group in an area of the world with strong potential. It is not a given in such a specific market to be able to expand the customer portfolio. The organic growth of activities in the not regulated market is a strategic point in our development plan. The number of flights is growing very fast globally, and we have to continue at intercepting the demand for excellent technologies and services.


In detail, CRONOS is the platform for the dissemination of aeronautical information, such as NOTAM (NOtice To Air Men) to inform flight crews about conditions along the route, the efficiency of radio navigation and any changes in the availability of airspace or runways in use, weather data (OPMET) and pre-flight information bulletins (PIB).


CRONOS, a high-performance, high-availability digital archive, thanks to its integration with the AMHS messaging system, governs and facilitates the exchange of aeronautical information, making it easy to read and disseminate among all aviation stakeholders such as airports, airlines, air forces and weather services.



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