PANSA – Polish Air Navigation Services Agency


Every day Polish Air Navigation Services Agency ensures safety of passengers in more than 2,500 flights over Poland. We have one of the biggest airspace in Europe: over 334,000 km2. Almost a million overflights, approaches, take-offs and landings in 2019 were supervised by almost 600 air traffic controllers employed in Polish Air Navigation Services Agency, as well as around 240,000 General Aviation flights under watch of the Flight Information Service (FIS). Polish Air Navigation Services Agency is also the only institution in Poland training and employing civil air traffic controllers (so-called ATCOs). We also provide Flight Inspection Services for monitoring the proper operation of ground-based navigation aids from the air. PANSA also builds and develops tools for efficient management and planning of airspace: CAT (Common Airspace Tool) – that ensures accurate and efficient management of the airspace, PANDORA – that supports controllers and other operations personnel with the wide spectrum of a real time aviation data, raising their situational awareness, PANSA UTM – system for UAV flight coordination, TRAFFIC – Track Advisor for Flight Information Concerns, which provides the ATM system information from flight plans, as amended and complementary messages.

PANSA – ACC center in Warsaw

PANSA headquarters in Warsaw


Magdalena Jaworska-Maćkowiak, PANSA CEO

Magdalena Jaworska-Maćkowiak  expert with many years of international experience in the transport sector.She is experienced in strategy development and organisation transformation, project and risk management,  with many years of experience in aviation, road and rail projects. Graduate of the University of Warsaw (international relations) and MBA studies at the Warsaw University of Technology. She also completed postgraduate studies in European integration – EU law at Maastricht University. From 2017 to 2023, she worked for the European Commission as a member of the Advisory Panel on Air Navigation (Performance Review Body of the Single European Sky). She was occupied with improving the performance of air navigation in Europe in the areas of safety, capacity, environment protection and cost efficiency. Previously, she was President of the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency for two years leading to the introduction of vertical separation in the Polish airspace, revision of the Performance Plan for 2015-2019, as well as doubling the implementation of key investments.


From 2008 to 2014, as Deputy General Director of National Roads and Motorways, she was responsible for the implementation of the largest road and motorway construction programme worth over PLN 100 billion, co-financed from the Operational Infrastructure and Environment Programme and under PPP, as well as for the implementation of the electronic toll collection system.

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