NAVBLUE opens a new location in Gdansk, Poland -Runway Girl

In order to expand its global presence, NAVBLUE, the Airbus subsidiary for flight operations solutions, announces the opening of a new site in Gdansk, Poland, a recognized aeronautical and software hub in Europe.

The Gdansk office, which will officially open by the end of the third quarter of 2022, will specialize in the production of aeronautical data and software, drawing on an ecosystem of local talent, to develop, produce and supply state-of-the-art flight operations products and solutions that drive airlines forward. operational efficiency and support sustainable aviation.

With this opening, NAVBLUE continues its global expansion, now with 4 sites in Europe (France, United Kingdom, Poland and Sweden) and offices in Canada, the United States, Thailand and Singapore.

Fabrice HAMEL, CEO of NAVBLUE said: “With our new office in Poland, we are strengthening the NAVBLUE network in Europe and worldwide. We are happy to open in Gdansk with its recognized talent in software development.

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He continues: “It will also facilitate working relationships with other teams based in Europe, Asia and America. Our goal is to become an employer of choice in the region, as a successful and attractive company, and we encourage potential candidates to start applying now.

About NAVBLUE:

NAVBLUE is an Airbus Services company, 100% owned by Airbus, dedicated to flight operations and air traffic management solutions. NAVBLUE provides products and services and supports civil and military environments, on the ground and aboard any aircraft and offers expertise in a range of areas including digital cockpit operations, aircraft control center systems operations (OCC), flight operations engineering, performance-based navigation (PBN) and air traffic management (ATM). They employ 465 employees spread across the globe, with offices in Canada, France, Singapore, Sweden, Thailand, UK and USA and representatives in several other countries around the world.

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