Dublin, Ireland 11th of January 2024: Airtel ATN, a provider of Air Traffic Management telecommunication software and test equipment to make aviation safer, sustainable, and more efficient, announces that Fabrizio Tittarelli has been announced as the new ANSP Business Development Manager at Airtel ATN.
With a huge background spanning over two decades in the aviation and communication technology sector, Fabrizio is a seasoned professional. He spent 15 years working as a Systems Engineer and Sales Manager for Leonardo. Fabrizio is joining Airtel from MERMEC, where he has been since 2019, working as the Italian Sales Manager with a focus on rail transport technologies.
“It’s great to be back in Data Link!” Fabrizio Tittarelli said, “I am eager to contribute my skills and passion to help grow this great company, whose products and technology provide industry leading ATM solutions. I look forward to leveraging my experience to shape the future of the industry”.
“We are delighted that Fabrizio is joining Airtel” said Santi Ibarz, CEO of Airtel ATN. “Fabrizio has vast experience in Air Traffic Management. He is joining our business development team, and he will work closely with our current and future ANSP customers to understand their needs. He will assist ANSP in adopting/upgrading their systems with the most advanced Data Link solutions in Europe from Airtel.”
About Airtel ATN
Airtel is a global leader in Data Link systems. The company supplies operational and test Data Link solutions to Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs), Avionics Manufacturers, Communications Service Providers, and aircraft Maintenance Repair and Overhaul organizations worldwide.
Based in Dun Laoghaire, Ireland, Airtel began as a telecommunications company, transitioning to Aeronautical Telecommunications in 1998. Today, 40% of European ANSPs and more than 10,000 aircraft are data link-enabled by Airtel. Customers include Euro control, Irish Aviation Authority, ENAV, DSNA, NAV Portugal, Naviair, Skyguide, Hungarocontrol, Slovenia Control, ANS CR, Collins, Airbus, Boeing, FAA, and ESA.