HIAL ATM2030 Programme

HIAL is set to ‘future proof’ its operations in Scotland with an estimated £28 million investment, over the next ten to fifteen years, in state-of-the-art air traffic management technology.

The long-term remote towers and centralised approach surveillance control programme will transform the organisation’s operations at key airports including Stornoway, Inverness and Dundee.
The project will generate opportunities connected to the construction of the new centralised surveillance centre, provision of new surveillance equipment and related airspace change proposals.  
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Introduction to HIAL

Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL) is a private limited company wholly owned by Scottish Ministers, which owns and operates 11 airports at Barra, Benbecula, Campbeltown, Dundee, Inverness, Islay, Kirkwall, Stornoway, Sumburgh, Tiree and Wick, and handles over 1.7 million passengers a year.  HIAL employs over 620 people across the 11 airports and Head Office in Inverness.
The company’s mission statement is "To provide and operate safe, secure and efficient airports which support the communities we serve".  HIAL’s vision and goals are aligned with the Scottish Government's strategic priorities for a wealthier and fairer, healthier, safer and stronger, smarter and greener Scotland.  HIAL supports some of Scotland’s most remote communities, most of which are heavily reliant on air travel as a means of connecting communities and transporting goods and services, and are vital to the social and economic welfare of the areas they serve. 
HIAL’s vision is to be recognised as an industry leader in the provision of airports through leadership, innovation and collaborative working to deliver positive outcomes for our customers, by encouraging values of openness, honesty, innovation, ownership, respect, and excellence.
Further information can be found at www.hial.co.uk.

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