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Our Customers

IDS has the largest base of any supplier in the field, including four of the five most influential operators in air navigation. Customers range from the major Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) (with representation from four continents), to specialist service providers.
For over 30 years IDS has worked closely with clients to address their specific needs and to streamline processes. We have striven to optimise our expertise and streamline our working practices through the collection and sharing of a wealth of information, knowledge and experience in the field and to address challenges that emerge from the increasingly complex topic of air navigation to ensure compliancy with the constantly changing regulations and standards.

IDS local offices across the world provide expertise, services and 24/7 support for industries with time, quality and cost critical requirements.

Customer References

Angola (ENANA, Empresa Nacional de Exploraçao de Aeroportos e Navegaçao Aérea)
Australia (ASA, Aviation Safety Authority – RAAF, Royal Australian Air Force)
Austria (Austrocontrol)
Azerbaijan (AZANS, Air Navigation Services Department)
Botswana (CAAB, Civil Aviation Authority of Botswana)
Brazil (CISCEA, Airspace Control System Implementation – DECEA, Department of Air Space Control)
Canada (DND, Department of National Defence - NAV CANADA, the country's civil air navigation services provider)
Cape Verde (DCA Cape Verde, Department of Civil Aviation Cape Verde)
Colombia (UAEAC, Unidad Administrativa Especial de Aeronautica Civil)
Cuba (IACC, Instituto de Aeronautica Civil de Cuba)    
Czech Republic (Air Navigation Service)
Cyprus (DCA Cyprus, Department of Civil Aviation Cyprus)
Democratic Republic of Congo (RVA, Congolese Air Transportation Board)
Denmark (NAVIAIR, The Danish ANSP – SLV, Statens Luftfartsvæsen, the Danish government agency for civil aviation in Denmark)
Dominican Republic (IDAC, Instituto Dominicano de Aviacion Civil)
Egypt (NANSC, National Air Navigation Services Company)
Ethiopia (CAA, Civil Aviation Authority)
Finland (Finavia, the service company that maintains a network of 25 airports in Finland)
France (AirFrance)
Germany (DLH Lufthansa Frankfurt Airport DFS, The German ANSP)
India (AAI, Airports Authority of India)
Iraq (ICAA, Iraq Civil Aviation Authority)
Ireland (IAA, Irish Aviation Authority)
Italy (CIGA, Centro Informazioni Geotopografiche Aeronautiche, Aeronautica Militare – ENAV, Ente Nazionale di Assistenza al Volo)
Jamaica (JCAA, The Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority)
Japan (ATCAJ, Air Traffic Control Association Japan – JCAB, Japanese Civil Aviation Bureau)
Korea (KAC, Korea Airports Corporation)
Kuwait (DGCA, Directorate General of Civil Aviation)
Lithuania (Oro Navigacija)
Malaysia (DCA Malaysia, Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia)
Poland (PANSA, Poland-Air Navigation Services Agency)
Republic of Moldova (AIS Moldatsa, Aeronautical Information Services Republic of Moldova)
Saint Barthelemy (St. Barts Airport)
Sierra Leone (CAA, Civil Aviation Authority)
Singapore (CAAS, Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore)
Spain (AENA, Spanish Airports and Air Navigation – CECAF, Map and Photo Air Force Center – INECO, Ingeniería y Economía del Transporte S.A., a Spanish company that provides technological support in the development of investment programmes in the field of transport – Isdefe, Ingeniería de Sistemas para la Defensa de España, a company that provides technical engineering support and consulting services for advanced technologies in the Defence and Civil sectors)
Sri Lanka (AASL, Airport & Aviation Services Sri Lanka)
Sweden (EAG/NAVTECH – LFV, Air Navigation Services of Sweden)
Thailand (AEROTHAI, Aeronautical Radio of Thailand Limited, a state enterprise under the Ministry of Transport and Communications that provides air traffic control and aeronautical communication services for airline operations)
The Caribbean (Aeroport Grand Case, St. Martin – NAATC, The Netherlands Antilles Air Traffic Control, Curacao – PJIAE, Princess Juliana International Airport, St. Maarten )
The Netherlands (LVNL, Air Traffic Control the Netherlands – NLR, Nationaal Lucht-en Ruimtevaartlaboratorium, the National Aerospace Laboratory of the Netherlands)
Uganda  (CAAU, Civil Aviation Authority of Uganda)
UK (EAG/NAVTECH, European Aeronautical Group)
United Arab Emirates (Fujairah International Airport)
USA (Jeppesen, a company that provides charts, maps & planning solutions for aviation, marine and rail operators – GE Global Research)
Zambia (NACL, National Airports Corporation Limited)