Dutch Caribbean Air Navigation Service Provider (DC-ANSP)

Organisation Overview

Dutch Caribbean Air Navigation Service Provider (DC-ANSP) was founded as Netherlands Antilles Air Traffic Control (NAATC) which was incorporated in Curaçao on 9 February 2005 and became operational on 1 April 2006 when the former public entity Netherlands Antilles delegated these activities to the Company.

The entity is responsible for the Air Traffic Services within the Curaçao Flight Information Region and operates 2 air traffic control facilities; an Area Control Centre located in Curaçao and an Aerodrome Control Tower in Bonaire.  DC-ANSP is currently in  the process of integrating the HATO Tower personnel into DC-ANSP.  We are taking allt he necessary measures for this to occur as soon as possible.

There are over 80 people working at DC-ANSP, who are guiding you home safely.  They range from air traffic controllers, engineers and technicians, aeronautical reporting officers, training specialists and of course, business support services like IT, training, finance and HR.

After almost eight years, DC-ANSP has not only maintained high quality of safety and efficiency, but has also continuously improved this along with service performance, human resources and organizational development with the ultimate aim to transofrm ATM performance.

Towers operated:   2
ACCs:   1
Employees:   82
Total number of ATCOs:   44
Operational ATCOs:   44

Membership type: Full Member
Director General: Mrs. Micilia Albertus-Verboom
Head office: Dutch Caribbean Air Navigation Service Provider (DC-ANSP) Seru Mahuma z/n (Radar Building), Curaçao
Country: Curaçao
Telephone number: +599 (9) 83 93 550
Fax number: +599 (9) 86 83 012

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