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Various stakeholders and the EUROCONTROL Network Manager outline plans to drive the digitalisation of European ATM

Leading airspace users, airports, air navigation service providers and the EUROCONTROL Network Manager outline plans to drive the modernisation and…

European airlines are bracing for the ‘worst winter ever’

Eurocontrol traffic figures for 20 October 2020 were down 61.2% compared to 2019, but 95% down for Brussels Airlines Eurocontrol…

European aviation leaders discuss impact of COVID-19, system financing and vision for future European Air Traffic Management

In a virtual meeting, Europe’s air traffic management (ATM) leaders have today addressed the key issues facing the aviation industry…

Eurocontrol issues new Draft Traffic Scenarios up to February 2021 showing 55% fewer flights

EUROCONTROL has revised downwards its Draft Traffic Scenarios up to February 2021. Under its new “Current Status Scenario”, the total…

Helping airports plan their recovery: Study by EUROCONTROL and partners highlights actions to improve performance when implementing COVID-19 measures

In order to reduce the impact of COVID-19 measures on airport performance, and so contribute to aviation’s overall recovery from…

Air traffic in Europe on the rise again

Air traffic in Europe is on the rise again after very difficult months due to the coronavirus crisis. Eurocontrol counted…

New joint Technical and Coordination Office cements cooperation between EASA and Eurocontrol

Today, Director General EUROCONTROL Eamonn Brennan and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Executive Director Patrick Ky together officially…

Eurocontrol’s MUAC Flexible Use of Airspace (FUA) Cell becomes operational in Dutch airspace

In order to further optimise the use of airspace and support all civil and military airspace users, in preparation for…

EUROCONTROL has produced two scenarios for air traffic recovery in Europe

EUROCONTROL has produced two scenarios to illustrate the possible impact of the extent to which “COVID-compliant operational procedures” for airlines…

More than 5000 grounded aircraft in the Eurocontrol area

The drastic reduction in traffic has forced many aircraft operators to withdraw from service a significant part of their fleet,…

Joint effort to deliver additional environmental benefits during the traffic downturn

The aviation industry is using the downturn in air traffic as a result of COVID-19 to implement additional measures to…

Eurocontrol States’ decision to defer ATC charges until November provides airlines short-term liquidity relief amid COVID-19 crisis

EUROCONTROL States agree a €1.1 billion deferral package to assist airlines The EUROCONTROL Member States have agreed on a financial…

European partners deliver first ‘FLY AI’ report on the current use and future potential of artificial intelligence in aviation

This first edition of the ‘FLY AI’ report provides a timely review of the current use of artificial intelligence (AI)…

Aireon and EUROCONTROL sign agreement to enhance air traffic flow management in Europe

Space-based ADS-B will help EUROCONTROL provide improved predictability in the European ATM Network and develop applications to contribute to the…

Eurocontrol, SESAR JU and ACI Europe launch new initiative for sustainable airport operations

Closing the EUROCONTROL and ACI conference on Digitally Connected Airports today, Eamonn Brennan, Director General of EUROCONTROL, has called for…

Eurocontrol forms new partnership with SDA to drive modernisation and digitalisation of European Air Traffic Management

Members of the SESAR Deployment Alliance - Airspace Users, Airports, Air Navigation Service Providers - and the EUROCONTROL Network Manager…

Adria Airways cancels one rotation to Vienna, Austria over unpaid EU261 compensation

Slovenian airline Adria Airways was forced to cancel yesterday's evening rotation between Ljubljana, Slovenia and Vienna, Austria. Passengers already boarded…

Transferring business-critical Air Traffic Management data reliably, securely and safely with NewPENS: skeyes first ANSP involved

NewPENS, the new pan-European network service, will form the backbone for reliable and secure cross-border data and voice communications between…

An agreement between MUAC management and air traffic controllers is refused by Belgium

On 13th of February 2019, the Trade Union Eurocontrol Maastricht (TUEM) and the management of the Maastricht Upper Area Control…

Greater flexibility and efficiency in European airspace (Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark and Sweden)

Since 25 April 2019, cross-border free route airspace (FRA) managed by EUROCONTROL’s Maastricht Upper Area Control Centre (MUAC), Naviair, LFV…

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