Category Archives: Single European Sky

European ATM workers defend right to strike

European air traffic controllers have hit back again at the attacks of airline industry group Airlines for Europe (A4E) on the rights of ATM workers. … More ››

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Avinor, Finavia agree on cross border services

Norway’s Avinor and its Finnish counterpart Finavia have signed a service agreement committing themselves to cross border air traffic services between the two countries this … More ››

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Compromise reached on Single Sky watchdog

The future of the performance approach that underpins the Single European Sky looks more secure following breakthrough discussions between EU nations and Brussels over the level of … More ››

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Standoff on Single Sky performance watchdog

The future of the performance approach that underpins the Single European Sky has been thrown in to doubt as Europe’s most powerful aviation institutions wrestle … More ››

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Hungary receives EU ATM development funding

The European Commission has recommended two air traffic management (ATM) development projects – developed by HungaroControl’s experts – for funding.  One project aims to extend Free … More ››

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DFS to take corrective measures on charges

DFS’ win at Edinburgh airport from April 2018 follows news that Brussels bosses have ordered the state-owned air navigation service provider to stop overcharging its customers – despite … More ››

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Borealis to receive further European funding

The Borealis Alliance has been awarded considerable financial support to continue its work to deliver Free Route Airspace across Northern Europe by 2021. The funding … More ››

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Poland, Lithuania commit to iTEC Alliance

Air navigation service providers PANSA (Poland) and Oro Navigacija SE (Lithuania) have signed contracts with Indra for the deployment of  iTEC last-generation air traffic management … More ››

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FABs work to optimise crowded SW axis

Functional Airspace Blocks (FAB) in south-west and central Europe have started to co-operate in a bid to boost capacity and flight efficiency in the regional network. Both … More ››

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Brexit fallout for Single Sky remains unclear

The industry fallout caused by the Brexit vote of the United Kingdom to leave the European Union will take some time to become clear but … More ››

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