Head of Instrument Flight Procedure Design Services
Morten
Morten joined the Avinor Instrument Flight Procedure Design team in 2006. He is an advisor for the Nordic States to ICAO's Instrument Flight Procedure Panel (IFPP) and a member of the Integration Working Group, specializing in the harmonization process from Instrument Flight Procedure Design, to charts to flight management systems. Morten has an aviation background as an AFIS officer, combined with English literature, project management and personnel management.

Languages: Norwegian, English.

Senior Instrument Flight Procedure Designer
Hans Petter B.
Hans Petter has a background as an officer in the Royal Norwegian Air Force, work experience from ATC and as a commercial pilot. Hans Petter joined our team in 2011 and is a specialist in helicopter- and RNP/RNAV operations and Instrument Flight Procedure Design. Hans Petter is our main delegate for the RNAV Approach Implementation Support Group (RAISG) hosted by Eurocontrol.

Languages: Norwegian, English.

Senior Instrument Flight Procedure Designer
Robert
Robert has an extensive background from aerodrome design and ATM system design, combined with a PPL licence and 15 years of experience in aviation since graduating as a specialized transportation engineer. Robert has been involved with Instrument Flight Procedure Design for more than 10 years prior to joining our team in 2013. He is also the Rapporteur of the PBN and New Criteria Working Group in the ICAO Instrument Flight Procedure Panel (IFPP), where new design criteria are born.

Languages: Hungarian, English, Norwegian.

Instrument Flight Procedure Designer
Michael
Michael's background is from mathematics and natural sciences at the University of Oslo where he graduated in Astrophysics. He also has extensive work experience in information technology, and is an active PPL pilot. Michael joined our team in 2011, and in addition to his Instrument Flight Procedure Design specialization, he is our technical point of contact and ADQ representative.

Languages: Norwegian, English.

Instrument Flight Procedure Designer
Ingar
Ingar joined the Avinor Instrument Flight Procedure Design team in 1998 and was an integral part of the introduction of P-RNAV in Norwegian airspace. Ingar has an aviation background as an AFIS officer and has operational experience from the Norwegian NOTAM office.

Languages: Norwegian, English.

Instrument Flight Procedure Designer
Ana
Ana María has several years of experience as an Instrument Flight Procedure Designer in Spain, and joined the Avinor team in 2013. She has been involved in activities related to airspace organization through technical support to the Spanish ANSP, AENA.

Languages: Spanish, English, Norwegian.

Instrument Flight Procedure Designer
Jakub
Jakub has been working as an Instrument Flight Procedure Designer for the Polish Air Navigation Service Provider PANSA since March 2008 and joined the Avinor team in 2013. He is an expert in helicopter, RNAV/RNP and conventional procedure design. Jakub also has experience in design of Instrument Flight Procedures for military aircraft, airspace design, aeronautical studies and safety assessments. In addition to his aviation background, Jakub has also completed courses at four-year doctoral studies in Defence Sciences at the Management and Command Department (National Defence Academy in Warsaw).

Languages: Polish, English, Norwegian.

Instrument Flight Procedure Designer
Marta
Marta has been working as an Instrument Flight Procedure Designer for the Polish Air Navigation Services Provider PANSA since March 2008 and joined the Avinor team in 2013. Marta is an expert in RNAV/RNP and conventional procedure design with international experience. She graduated from ENAC (Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile) in France and ASAP s.r.o. (Aeronautical Services And Procedures) in Slovakia. Marta also has experience in areas such as noise abatement assessments, airspace design, aeronautical studies and safety analysis.

Languages: Polish, English, Norwegian.

Instrument Flight Procedure Designer
Miklos
Miklos has a technical background from transport engineering studies specialized in Aviation and Aerospace Systems. Beside Instrument Flight Procedure Design, he has several years of experience in ATM system design as well as ATC in Area and Approach Control environments. After working with the Hungarian ANSP Hungarocontrol, Miklos joined Avinor’s team in 2017.

Languages: Hungarian, English.