Single European Sky


EU urges industry to deliver on SES2+ goals

Europe’s transport chief is calling on member states and the aviation industry to work together to help build a modern and efficient air traffic infrastructure … More ››

Brussels signals U-turn on ADS-B equipage

The European Commission admits it will allow ‘reasonable, justified’ exemptions for ADS-B retrofits after previously ruling that all airspace users had to be compliant by … More ››

NATS tracking Brexit’s likely impact on revenues

Continuing uncertainty over Britain’s decision to leave the European Union could hit the revenue NATS generates from managing traffic, the business has warned. In its latest … More ››

FABEC sets traffic record although volatility leads to significant capacity issues

FABEC celebrated an all time high in terms of managed air traffic in 2017 leaving some sectors struggling to cope with demand that was not … More ››

COMPAIR & Contrast

Technological changes undermine the need for air traffic management (ATM) monopolies so opening the market to competition may prove worthwhile, according to a new EC-funded … More ››

France is hobbling Single Sky progress: Senate

French air traffic control must learn from its mistakes and make significant efforts if it is to handle the ever-increasing levels of air traffic with … More ››

iTEC Alliance collaboration extended to further support Single European Sky implementation

The iTEC (interoperability Through European Collaboration) Alliance, composed of seven European air navigation service providers (ANSP) together with industry partner Indra, have expanded their collaboration … More ››

Italy’s ENAV lowers free route threshold

ENAV, the Italian air navigation service provider, will now allow all air traffic to plan a direct route through its airspace without referring to the … More ››

Stability Pact

Experts from six European Functional Airspace Blocks (FABs) are seeking new solutions in a bid to tackle volatility in ATM. BALTIC FAB, BLUE MED FAB, … More ››

Tunisia joins AEFMP airspace overhaul initiative

WATM2018 Air traffic control agencies from Algeria, France, Morocco, Portugal and Spain have joined with Tunisia in their commitment to optimise their respective airspaces in line with modernisation … More ››