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Provide customers with aeronautical information

Air navigation services employees in the Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) specialise in collecting and disseminating data needed for flight preparation and execution. They make an important contribution to safe, orderly and efficient air traffic.

 

They handle key data, such as airspace restrictions, the weather, Notices to Airmen (NOTAM) and overflight and landing authorisations. These AIM services are located in Dübendorf. They provide information and advice to aircrews and airline operations through a modern information platform which operates around-the-clock.

 

Air navigation services employees AIM are also responsible for the transmission and distribution of flight plans to all air traffic control centers along the routes chosen by the pilots, especially outside of European airspace.

 

Last but not least, this group of air navigation service employees is also responsible for the production of national air traffic information, for example charts and the handbook of aeronautical information publications

 

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