ASAP of Slovakia and Aeropath of New Zealand have signed an instrument procedure design software and training cooperation agreement for the Asia-Pacific region.
ASAP designs instrument flight procedures worldwide and has created the PHX procedure design software to make the design process as efficient as possible. PHX procedure design software is currently in use by various CAAs, Airports and ANSPs worldwide, including Aeropath.
Since Aeropath is a leader in the Asia-Pacific region in procedure design and training, a collaboration between the two companies from different hemispheres was inevitable. Wayne Smith the CEO of Aeropath said: “We have been working closely with ASAP for many years now and as our existing customers are interested in procedure design software and training it is great to be partnering with ASAP to provide these services”
In Madrid, at the World ATM conference, the two CEO’s Wayne Smith (Aeropath) and Ian Whitworth (ASAP) were able to meet in person and sign a cooperation agreement. This agreement covers sale and implementation of the ASAP procedure design software (PHX) in the Asia-Pacific region, which formalised Aeropath as an authorised seller of PHX.
The agreement also recognised over 10 years of experience that Aeropath staff have in validating the software and designing with PHX. This is the first such official training recognition that ASAP has formalised in the 20 years that the company has been providing procedure design software to the aviation community. This shows ASAP’s complete confidence in the professionalism and quality of the Aeropath team.Email Post to a Friend