Naviair

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Naviair
Type State owned
Industry Air Navigation Service Provider
Founded 2001
Headquarters Copenhagen, Denmark
Area served Denmark
Key people Morten Dambæk (CEO)
Revenue Increase DKK ?? million (2008)
Operating income DKK 900 million (2008)
Net income DKK ?? million (2008)
Employees 660
Parent Danish Ministry of Transport
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Naviair (Navigation Via Air) is a state-owned company in Denmark under the Ministry of Transport that provides air traffic service, including area control service for the Danish airspace and approach control for airports in Copenhagen, Roskilde, Aalborg, Tirstrup, Billund, Esbjerg, and Ronne. It provides flight information service in the lower airspace of Greenland and the Faroe Islands. It provides flight information service for visual flight rules and for helicopters.

Naviair was created on January 1, 2001, through a split of the Danish Civil Aviation Administration (Statens Luftfartsvæsen) into a regulator (SLV) and an ANS provider (Naviair).

The chief executive officer is Morten Dambæk.

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