Federal State Unitary Enterprise "State ATM Corporation" was established by the Government Decree to ensure safety and regularity of civil aviation flights and create the uniform economic management of ATM systems.

Basic Facts & Figures:

  • Coverage Area — over 26 mln.sq.km.
  • Airway distance — over 800 000 km.
  • Over 1,5 mln. flights a year
  • Over 1,000 aircraft under control at a time
  • Personnel — over 30,000 employees:
    — ATS personnel – over 10,000 including about 8,000 ATCOs
    — CNS personnel – about 10,000
  • 102 automated ATC complexes 
  • 28 centers of the Joint ATM System, Including:
    — 1 Main Centre,
    — 7 Zonal centres,
    — 20 Area centres (including 12 centres with airspace management functions) 
  • 10 Automated ATC Systems of consolidated ACCs
  • About 800 surveillance aids
  • About 2,000 navigational and landing aids
  • Over 11,000 communication facilities
  • Over 40 automated working positions


23.05.2019 Bashkortostan ATS Centre Implements QNH
Pursuant to State ATM Corporation Central Volga Air Navigation branch Order No. 319 dated 20 May 2019 ‘Provision of air traffic services using QNH and altitude measurement in feet for operations in Ufa terminal area’, Bashkortostan ATS centre adopted QNH and feet for altitude measurement starting from 00:00 (UТС) on 23 May 2019.
22.05.2019 State ATM Corporation Experts Awarded with IATA Certificates
International Air Transport Association (IATA) certificates were awarded at State ATM Corporation’s Head Office to the Corporation’s managers and experts who had taken part in seminars on Customer Service for Air Navigation Service Providers arranged by the Institute of Air Navigation and involving the International Air Transport Association.
29.04.2019 The 36th meeting of the Eurasia Coordination Council held in Dushanbe
The 36th joint meeting of Coordination Council and Coordination Group of Experts "Eurasia" took place in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, from 23 to 26 April 2019.
23.04.2019 State ATM Corporation Holds International Volcanic Ash Exercise VOLKAM/19
The VOLKAM/19 volcanic ash exercise, which simulated the eruptions of Ushkovsky and Opala volcanoes in Kamchatka, took place on 18 – 19 April.

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