Nats is the air traffic control system fin the UK handling domestic and international flights. In 2014 Nats handled 2,200,804 flights, an increase of 2.2% over 2013.The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC) has built a gallery showing the history of Nats. It says the new gallery will appeal to a wide cross-section of the public and offer insights into the behind-the-scenes world that supports everyday air travel. TNMOC says highlights the pervasiveness of computing in the modern world and how much progress has been made in a few decades.
Gary Gibson, engineering general manager Nats, said:"Air traffic control is a fascinating subject and one which we’re sure the public will enjoy learning about and interacting with."