LFV's subsidiaries are grouped in the holding company LFV Holding. Here you can read more about the operations run by LFV's subsidiaries.
AVISEQ Critical Communication AB
AVISEQ delivers technical operations and maintenance services to air traffic control centers, airports, government agencies and companies in Sweden. The company employs approximately 200 employees and revenue of approximately SEK 300 million in 2019. AVISEQ is a wholly owned subsidiary of the LFV business enterprise group. Historically, the company’s operations in aviation date back to the 1950s. For over 70 years, many generations of critical communication solutions have been delivered and maintained.
LFV Aviation Consulting AB
This is LFV's subsidiary for international consulting services in civil aviation. In operation since 1982 and with a long, broad experience of major, successful projects both in air navigation services and airport areas in many parts of the world.
CEO: Maria Wall Petrini.
LFV Norway AS
LFV Norway AS was founded in 2015. At a time when the Norwegian market is opening up after the Ministry of Transport and Communications' decision to establish a timetable for deregulation, LFV will become an important presence that can contribute to the development of airports' competitiveness and capacity. Trygve Gjertsen has been appointed as executive charman of the company.
Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions (SDATS) In 2016 LFV and Saab established a joint venture, Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions, to promote, develop, deliver and operate digital remote air traffic control for the export market. Combining LFV's unique operational knowledge of RTS with Saab's first-class technology and global organisation enables us to jointly promote digital air traffic management as a product.
Entry Point North
Entry Point North (EPN), started in 2006, trains aviation management personnel and is jointly run by LFV (Sweden), Naviair (Denmark) and IAA (Ireland). CEO: Anne Kathrine Jensen