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Cyta renews certification as supplier of air navigation services

Tuesday 30 June 2020 | 16:33 CET | News
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Cyta succeeded in renewing its certification as a supplier of air navigation services, in accordance with the provisions of the new Executive Regulation of the European Commission (EU) 2017/373. This ensures that Cyta remains the only organisation in Cyprus that is able to offer communication, navigation and surveillance services. The National Supervisory Authority confirmed the full compliance of the agency with the provisions of the new regulation and renewed the certification for an indefinite period. 

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Companies: Cyta / European Commission
Countries: Cyprus
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