- Bay of Bengal Cooperative Air Traffic Flow Management System
Bay of Bengal Cooperative Air Traffic Flow Management System (BOBCAT) is the
Air Traffic Flow Management(ATFM) of Asia.
CFMU was launched in
2007by the International Civil Aviation Organization(ICAO) and Aeronautical Radio of Thailand, Ltd (AEROTHAI).
The Bay of Bengal Cooperative Air Traffic Flow Management System (BOBCAT) is a secure web-based computer system used to strategically manage westbound aircraft operating from South and Southeast Asia to Europe during the busy night time period. These aircraft transit the Afghanistan airspace, which limited in capacity in supporting air traffic.
* [http://www.aerothai.co.th/eng/news_search_en.php AEROTHAI news] , dated 02 jun 2007
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