Category Archives: Single European Sky

Borealis appoints Subotic as executive director

Borealis, the European alliance of air navigation service providers has appointed Branka Subotic as its executive director. Currently a senior consultant with NATS Services – … More ››

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Market Approach

Addressing European transport ministers in Rome last week, Richard Deakin, the chief executive of UK air traffic services provider NATS, urged the European Commission to … More ››

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Danube, Blue Med FABs team on optimisation

The members of the Blue Med and Danube FABs are to work together on enhancing cooperation in ATM in their respective airspace regions. This initiative … More ››

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EU nations must cede more control: Bulc

European nations must demonstrate far more flexibility if the Single European Sky is to fulfil its mission to prevent gridlock and decline. Speaking at a … More ››

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Central European ATC eyes JV potential

The air navigation service providers within the Functional Airspace Block of Central Europe (FAB CE) have united to form a joint venture in a bid … More ››

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France’s ENAC to supply SMART training

Eurocontrol’s Maastricht Upper Area Control Centre (MUAC) and the French Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile (ENAC) have reached agreement on air traffic controller training As … More ››

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FAB CE and BLUE MED strike inter-FAB deal

A cooperation deal between FAB Central Europe and the BLUE MED Functional Airspace Block has been struck to better coordinate the future of European air … More ››

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Hungarian CPDLC to improve efficiency

HungaroControl has launched a large-scale CPDLC (Controller Pilot Data Link Communications) project with the aim of developing the Hungarian air traffic infrastructure with the most … More ››

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EASA presses on with ATCO licence

A European Aviation Safety Agency committee has now approved a draft regulatory proposal that would harmonize training and certification standards for air traffic controllers throughout … More ››

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Brussels warns 18 to make FABs work

Brussels has formally requested 18 countries from six different Functional Airspace Blocks (FABs) to work far harder to improve the way in which they manage … More ››

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