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Lockheed’s air traffic system operational in Kazakhstan

Lockheed Martin Corp., of Bethesda, said its Skyline air traffic management system has been deployed and is fully operational in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

SkyLine enables Kazakhstan to manage its airspace on a single hardware and software platform. Kazakhstan’s air navigation service provider, Kazaeronavigatsia, uses SkyLine at three area control centers — Astana, Aktobe and Almaty — and 15 control towers in remote locations.

Almaty was the last to transition to SkyLine on Feb. 1, and the system is operating successfully at all sites, enhancing airspace safety and efficiency, Lockheed said.