Entry Point North
Membership status: Silver 
Country: Sweden 
Head Office: PO Box 30, SE-230 32
Malmö-Sturup,
Sweden 
Telephone:  +46 (40) 694 4300 
Fax: +46 (40) 694 4399 
Email: sales@entrypointnorth.com
Website: www.entrypointnorth.com
CEO: Anne Kathrine Jensen

Entry Point North is an award winning internation Air Traffic Management academy. It was the first ATM academy accredited under the European Commission’s directives towards the vision of the Single European Sky. Entry Point North is a total training solution provider and is one of the largest multi-cultural ATM training academies in Europe. In compliance with EUROCONTROL CCC and ICAO standards it offers a broad range of ATM training, AFIS, ATSEP, development training courses, selection & recruitment, consultancy and other services.

Every year more than 300 aspiring and operational ATCOs from various countries are trained at the academy’s modern facilities in Malmoe, Sweden. Specialised courses within Human Factors and Safety areas are also offered to a diverse range of ATM personnel. Entry Point North customers includes regional and international, public and private ANSPs, airports, airlines as well military clients. The Entry Point North academy has delivered its services throughout Europe, Middle East and the Far East.

TRAINING FACILITIES. The academy occupies more than 6.700 sqm. of specially equipped training facilities at Malmoe Airport. Entry Point North uses state-ofthe-art BEST simulators from MicroNav that can be used with or without strips.There are 180 positions and up to 13 3D Towers, each with 2 or 4 controller positions, 3 pilots and 1 approach position connected. The Tower simulators are divided into eleven 180 degrees and two full 360 degrees.

Entry Point North, established in December 2005, is the outcome of a long-term equal partnership between the three Air Navigation Service Providers in Scandinavia: Avinor, LFV and Naviair. Together they employ more than 1.500 Air Traffic Controllers and handle traffic in almost 100 airports throughout Scandinavia.

Last Updated: 05/07/2012