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NATS Unclassified NATS overview
NATS Unclassified What do we do? Slide 2
NATS Unclassified also provides services worldwide is the UKs leading air traffic management provider, maintaining the orderly, efficient and, above all, safe passage of aircraft through UK airspace and beyond » 24 hours a day, 365 days a year » Handled nearly 2.2m flights in FY 2011/12 (87% of flights to/from UK 13% overflights is the UKs leading provider of innovative air traffic services and solutions. Slide 3
NATS Unclassified Slide 4 Our service lines
NATS Unclassified USA Linking of NATS Airport CDM platform to US Next Generation Testbed Qatar Two year airspace design and implementation consultancy project at the New Doha International Airport Singapore Terminal airspace design and ATC system surveillance trackers' performance projects underway Japan Airport capacity modelling and analysis to help the design and development of Narita India Capacity enhancement study to analyse reducing congestion, enhancing productivity and increasing operational efficiency at Mumbai International Airport Hong Kong Airspace re-design and related services for Hong Kong Civil Aviation Authority South Africa Procedure design for ATNS South Africa around 2010 World Cup USA Opening of NATS USA subsidiary Providing services worldwide Slide 5 Oman Airspace re-design for DGMAN Oman United Kingdom New environmental metric and performance scheme to drive down carbon emissions and fuel costs United Kingdom Fit out of new Manchester Airport control tower Spain ferroNATS selected to provide ATS at ten airfields
NATS Unclassified NATS Airports represents our innovative ATC and airport optimisation services which we offer to UK and international airport customers » Provides Airport ATS at 15 major commercial airports in UK, as well as Gibraltar, under competitive contract to the airport operator » Delivers new solutions to capacity constrained airports to improve their operations » Recently won a contract to provide air traffic control services at 10 Spanish airports Slide 6
NATS Unclassified UK Airports Slide 7 EDINBURGH BELFAST GLASGOW ABERDEEN MANCHESTER LUTON STANSTED LONDON CITY GATWICKHEATHROW SOUTHAMPTON FARNBOROUGH CARDIFF BRISTOL BIRMINGHAM Heathrow has over 1,300 flights per day 85/90 aircraft per hour during the operating day and the most intensively utilised airport in Europe Gatwick is the busiest single runway airport in the world
NATS Unclassified NATS Airspace represents our safe and efficient en route services » The sole provider of en route air traffic services in UK airspace – economically regulated and operating under licence from the CAA » Two control centres at Prestwick and Swanwick » Provides Shanwick air traffic services for the eastern North Atlantic » Provides all the supporting communications, navigation and surveillance infrastructure and facilities Slide 8
NATS Unclassified Slide 9 SCOTTISH AREA CONTROL CENTRE LONDON AREA CONTROL CENTRE SHANWICK AREA CONTROL CENTRE Two control centres - Swanwick & Prestwick NATS Unclassified
Prestwick Responsible for 880,000 flights per year in the airspace over the north of the UK (Scotland, Northern Ireland, Northern England, the Midlands, North Wales and the North Sea), and 390,000 flights over the North Atlantic Ocean, the busiest remote area operation in the world Handles approximately 41% of the UKs air traffic Slide 10
NATS Unclassified Swanwick Handles on average 5,500 flights each and every day of the year Controls 200,000 square miles of airspace above England and Wales including the complex airspace of London Slide 11
NATS Unclassified London Area Control Operations Slide 12 Controls upper level en route traffic over London and South East England Handles around 5,500 flights per day, busiest Area Control Centre in Europe
NATS Unclassified London Terminal Control Operations Slide 13 Controls low level traffic around London and South East England Including aircraft making approaches and departures to and from the main London airports
NATS Unclassified NATS Consultancy is the initial point of contact for many of our new UK and international customers. It provides a window to the range of capability of services available. Slide 14 » Our areas of expertise include airspace design, engineering, ATC operations and transition management, safety management, operational analysis, project management, wind farm mitigation and simulation, human factors and training.
NATS Unclassified NATS Defence is the main point of contact for our military customers. NATS provides a range of innovative defence services. Slide 15 NATS already has a well established relationship with the MoD in the UK, through the provision of joint and integrated civil and military air traffic control services under the Future Military Area Radar Services (FMARS) contract
NATS Unclassified Slide 16 NATS Engineering provides engineering services to airport operators, construction companies and ATM industry suppliers, mainly integrating new ATM infrastructure at airports. Recent examples of our work include the delivery into operation of new control towers at Heathrow, Farnborough, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Jersey and Isle of Man and the ground- breaking Virtual Control Tower (VCF) at Heathrow, the first fully certified virtual tower anywhere in the world.
NATS Unclassified Slide 17 NATS Information seeks to source and integrate traffic, meteorological and AIM data which can be offered to our customers to transform their performance. Increasingly our customers are looking to information as the key enabler for future efficiency, improved passenger experience and flight optimisation. Large development programmes in Europe (SESAR) and America (NextGen) have established a future concept of operations which is underpinned by the need for a common operational picture, shared between the ground and aircraft.
NATS Unclassified Our people Slide 18 currently has approximately 4550 employees: 1900 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS 750 AIR TRAFFIC SERVICE ASSISTANTS 1000 ENGINEERS 900 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT
NATS Unclassified How did we get here? Slide 19
1972 BECOMES PART OF THE CAA 1962 NATS ESTABLISHED 1996 PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP FOR NATS IS PROPOSED 1996 NATS IS REORGANISED INTO A COMPANY AND BECOMES A WHOLLY-OWNED SUBSIDIARY OF THE CAA, PUTTING IT AT ARMS LENGTH DISTANCE FROM ITS REGULATOR 2000 TRANSPORT ACT ENSHRINES THE PPP 2001 AIRLINE GROUP CHOSEN AS PREFERRED PARTNER; AG BUYS 46% OF SHARES, 5% DEVISED TO STAFF 2003 TEN YEAR £1 BILLION INVESTMENT PROGRAMME LAUNCHED 2003 FINANCIAL RESTRUCTURING OF NATS, NECESSITATED BY AVIATION INDUSTRY DOWNTURN AFTER SEPTEMBER , IS COMPLETED, WITH FURTHER INVESTMENT FROM GOVERNMENT AND BAA PLC OF £65M EACH. BAA TAKES 4% SHAREHOLDING, REDUCING AGS SHAREHOLDING TO 42%. £600M BOND ISSUE SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED 2008 SALE OF HEATHROW TOWER 2010 COMPLETION OF THE TWO-CENTRE STRATEGY WITH CONTROL CENTRES IN SWANWICK AND PRESTWICK 2011 NATS WINS SPANISH TOWERS CONTRACT NATS Unclassified Slide 20 NATS MANAGES PEAKS IN TRAFFIC THROUGHOUT THE LONDON OLYMPIC GAMES 2012
NATS Unclassified 21 London 2012 Olympic Games For the London Olympic Games NATS had to plan and prepare for: » Half a million overseas spectators arriving into the UK; » Flights carrying 70,000 overseas Games Family members; » Flights carrying 150 Heads of State; » 700 extra commercial flights into Londons main airports; » 10,000 business jet movements. While managing all that NATS also had to serve its customers and the flying public and: » Maintain and maximise capacity of Londons core Terminal Manoeuvring Area Airports who would be operating at maximum capacity at times; » Create extra capacity to satisfy demands on Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) airspace to continue to meet core demands without significant disruption; » Manage a significant expected increase in IFR movements to Londons second and third tier airports; » Satisfy national security requirements in terms of various threats.
NATS Unclassified 22 London 2012 Olympic Games After years of preparation, NATS delivered a gold-medal level performance. Despite traffic peaks, there were only 593 minutes of delay attributable to NATS throughout the whole Olympics. This compares to last years figure for the same period of more than 13,000 minutes of delay - a 95% reduction. This was made possible through our close working relationships with the MOD, CAA, General Aviation Community, Airlines and Airport Operators. With no risk bearing losses of separation attributed to the Olympics and just two infringements of NATS temporary Controlled Airspace by general aviation aircraft.
NATS Unclassified Inside NATS Slide 23
NATS Unclassified Financial summary £865 million had an annual turnover of (FY 2011/12) £195 million made an annual profit of (FY 2011/12) Slide 24
NATS Unclassified NOTE: NATS TOOK ADVANTAGE OF THE EXEMPTION AVAILABLE UNDER IFRS1 AND HAS NOT RESTATED NET DEBT AS AT 31 MARCH 2005 TO TAKE ACCOUNT OF THE REQUIREMENTS OF ACCOUNTING STANDARDS APPLICABLE TO FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS (IAS32 AND IAS39). THESE STANDARDS WERE ADOPTED AS OF 1 APRIL 2005 AND NET DEBT FROM 31 MARCH 2006 REFLECTS THE REQUIREMENTS OF THESE STANDARDS. 1 – THIS INCLUDES THE SALE OF THE OLD HEATHROW TOWER Five years of performance Financial Year Ended 31 March2006/72007/82008/92009/102010/112011/12 Flights Handled 2,405,5732,480,0042,371,6242,172,0252,116,0002,167,000 Average Delay in Seconds (Attributable to NATS) Safety (Airprox) Where NATS is providing the service NATS attributable Risk-bearing (A or B) NATS Group Profit/(Loss) before Tax (£m) As stated under UKGAAP As stated under IFRS NATS Group Net Debt (£m) As stated under UKGAAP As stated under IFRS (NB) Slide 25
NATS Unclassified Operations NATS (En Route) plc NATS structure and ownership En route & Oceanic BAA (4%) Airline Group (42%) Government (49%) Licensed by Govt via CAA Services NATS (Services) Ltd CAA Slide 26 Employees (5%)
NATS Unclassified NATS Executive Slide 27 Chief Executive Officer Richard Deakin Finance Director Nigel Fotherby General Counsel & Company Secretary Human Resources Director Gerry Skelton Managing Director Operations Martin Rolfe Managing Director Services Paul Reid Communications Director Simon Warr Safety Director David Harrison Richard Churchill - Coleman
NATS Unclassified Operations Leadership Team Slide 28 Managing Director Operations Martin Rolfe General Counsel & Company Secretary Richard Churchill - Coleman International Strategy Director Safety Director David Harrison Strategy and Deployment Director Simon Hocquard Training & Simulation Director Garry Jackson Human Resources Director Gerry Skelton Mike Stoller Operations Director (Prestwick) Pauline Lamb Head of Employee Communications Deborah Seymour Finance Director Nigel Fotherby Alastair Muir Engineering & Programmes Director
NATS Unclassified Services Leadership Team Slide 29 Managing Director NATS Services Paul Reid Engineering Director Iain Harris Finance Director, Services Communications Director Simon Warr Safety Director, Services Steve Williamson Human Resources Director Sarah Stacey Guy Adams International Strategy Director Alastair Muir Business Development Director Andy Head Operations Director (Airports) Juliet Kennedy Head of Consultancy Fergus Cusden Head of Information Ben Kiff Head of Defence Ewan Kelbie Assistant General Counsel Tony Payne General Manager Customer Affairs Andy Shand