Chelton @ BIAe 2022

Posted on 1 June, 2022 by Hana Ellis

Chelton are pleased to announce it will be exhibiting for the first time at this year’s British-Irish Airports Expo in London.


Marlow, UK: Chelton is pleased to be premiering at this year’s British-Irish Airport Expo taking place 22 – 23 June at the London ExCel.


The aviation industry has seen some turmoil over the past two years as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, recent reports have suggested that a strong recovery in the commercial market is underway with flight capacity at 74% in April 2022 relative to pre-pandemic levels. This twinned with the increase in new aircraft purchases, as shown from the latest news from Norway ordering 50 Boeing 737 Max aircraft, means commercial aviation could see a strong recovery.


With this comes the inevitable increase in traffic to airports – both passengers and flights; and there is an increasing requirement for airports to ensure they are equipped with instruments that will help manage this increase in traffic.


Chelton will be exhibiting its innovative Air Traffic Management (ATM) products applicable for both civilian and military partners. Its specialism in the design, development and integration of radar display system software enable Approach, Terminal, Surface Control and Homeland Defence in fixed land-borne, mobile sea-borne and deployable installations. Our ATM systems offer air traffic controllers unparalleled air traffic management tools and our engineers recently produced the world’s first land-based air traffic radar display system software which was installed onto the Queen Elizabeth Aircraft carrier providing familiarity for controllers whether ashore or afloat.


Our ATC experts and Sales Team will be on hand at booth G12 to answer any and all questions on Air Traffic Management Systems. Plus visit our stand for your chance to enter our prize draw to win a pair of Top Gun Aviation Ray Bans!


Read our latest blog ‘Developments and Challenges for Air Traffic Controllers in the 21st Century’ which also features in this month’s issue of Air Traffic Control Magazine!