Part of the integrated aviation value chain

We work closely with the players in the aviation value chain – the integrated economic system that includes aircraft manufacturers, airlines, air forces and airports – to improve operational design of air navigation services and enhance its overall performance.


Together, we define and coordinate the priorities for air navigation technology and services, and the timeframe for implementation.


Our recent contributions include – among others – advanced satellite navigation procedures as well as a completely digitised working method and corresponding instruments which will be further developed to become a "common controller cockpit".


We believe that an integrated aviation value chain is key to joint air traffic management in a seamless European airspace and will benefit customers and partners.


Skyguide reports continued traffic growth and even higher punctuality for the first half of 2016, along with tangible progress in LP24 implementation


Skyguide celebrates the completion of the round the world trip of its partner Solar Impulse. Air Navigation Services key for mission success.


Round-the-clock air policing: skyguide is supporting the authorities and Air


OBA St. Gallen


Berufsinfoveranstaltung, skyguide Zürich


BAM Bern