Category Archives: Single European Sky

Holzbauer re-elected to EUROCAE council

Frequentis ATM professional Michael Holzbauer has been re-elected as a Council member at the EUROCAE General Assembly. EUROCAE, the European Organisation for Civil Aviation Equipment, is … More ››

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US aerospace chiefs set out spin-off principles

US industry chiefs have laid out a set of principles to guide President Trump’s mission to corporatise the nation’s air traffic control in a bid to … More ››

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Brussels sets up new Performance Review Body

The European Commission has appointed the members of the new Performance Review Body (PRB) of the Single European Sky – to be headed by Regula … More ››

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North European Free Route Airspace established

The north European Free Route Airspace programme NEFRA today celebrates its successful completion. The programme launched in 2013 when six north European pledged to establish seamless … More ››

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Europe’s regionals resisting equipage deadline

Europe’s regional airlines are resisting 2018 equipage deadlines forcing them to upgrade to enhanced Mode S and ADS-B ‘OUT’ avionics. In pursuit of a common infrastructure across … More ››

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Spain launches overhaul of ATC infrastructure

Spain has launched its Air Navigation Plan 2017-2020 which outlines how its air navigation service provider ENAIRE will address both air traffic growth and Spain’s … More ››

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Europe must set realistic goals:ATCEUC

Several European air navigation service providers are facing serious controller staffing problems due to Single Sky cost reduction measures. The issue was raised by European … More ››

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April launch for FABCE ATFM capacity measures

Airlines and other airspace users will soon benefit from safer and more on-time performance with the introduction of short term air traffic flow capacity management measures … More ››

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FAB CE hails cross-border Free Route study

A major study into the introduction of Free Route Airspace (FRA) throughout the FAB CE area (“Free Route Airspace – from the Black Forest to … More ››

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Greater Good?

Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose… Will the challenges that beset the European ATM industry ever be resolved, asks Aimée Turner? Airspace remains … More ››

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