AENA (Aeropuertos Españoles y Navegación Aérea) is the Spanish state-owned airport and air navigation provider that manages and operates essentially almost all airports on Spanish territory and provides all air navigation services. AENA is among the world's largest airport operators, with subsidiary Aena Internacional responsible for the international business development of the company. AENA Internacional has interests in airports across Mexico, the USA, Cuba, Colombia, Bolivia, Sweden and the UK.
Air Traffic Management
Airports Fiji Limited (AFL) is responsible for the operation of 15 public airports in the Fiji Islands. These include two international airports; Nadi international Airport – Fiji’s main international gateway and Nausori Airport – Fiji’s domestic hub and 13 outer island airports. AFL also provides air traffic management (ATM) in the Nadi Flight Information Region (NFIR).
Austro Control is responsible for safety throughout Austrian airspace. Its location and jurisdiction is Vienna, with the physical offices also being located in Vienna.
Avinor is a state owned limited company that operates most (46) of the civil airports in Norway. The Norwegian state (Ministry of Transport & Communications) controls 100% of the share capital. In addition to the 46 airports, it operates three air traffic control centres. Avinor was created in Jan-2003, by the commercialisation of the Norwegian Civil Aviation Administration, Luftfartsverket.
General Directorate of State Airports Authority (DHMI) is a state-run authority that is responsible for the management and regulation of airports, aerodromes and airspace of Turkey. DHMI provides terminal and passenger service to over 35 million domestic and international passengers across 42 airports and aerodrome in Turkey.