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National Air Traffic Services
National Air Traffic Services is planning to relocate its training centre and hundreds of jobs from Bournemouth Airport by mid-2009, and is thought to be considering sites in Fareham, Manchester and Prestwick.
National Air Traffic Services is planning to create 700 new jobs at its Whiteley headquarters in Hampshire, with new buildings for engineering and systems staff being relocated from West Drayton and Gatwick.
National Air Traffic Services is to resume work on the development of a new £120m air traffic control centre at Prestwick, and the site is expected to be operational by 2009.
National Air Traffic Services is planning to relocate its centre of operations and about 750 staff to the Southampton area next year, and three possible sites are being considered.
National Air Traffic Services is planning to increase air traffic control capacity over south-east England by 20% by reorganising the division of airspace next month, and recruitment of controllers will rise by up to 50% a year.