Category Archives: Single European Sky

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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SESAR projects secure European CEF funding

The European Commission has unveiled a list of 195 transport projects – many of them Single European Sky initiatives – that will receive €6.7 billion … More ››

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Neighbour states exploring inter-FAB cooperation

The three neighbouring Functional Airspace Blocks – or FABs – that make up the GATE One (GO) initiative are proposing to study how to synchronise … More ››

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Europe failing to achieve SES goals: IATA

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released a study projecting a one million job and €245 billion boost to European prosperity in 2035 from … More ››

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SEAFRA scenarios undergo testing

Air traffic controllers and ATM experts from Croatia Control and Serbia and Montenegro Air Traffic Services, supported by BHANSA (Bosnia and Herzegovina Air Navigation Services … More ››

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​Avinor to invest in ATM upgrade

Norway’s Avinor is to invest in an upgrade of its existing ATM system, and enter the iTEC alliance in collaboration with NATS Avinor’s existing technical … More ››

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A4E calls on EU to minimise French strike impact

European airline industry body A4E is urging Brussels to draft an immediate plan to minimise strike impact as French air traffic controllers plan further industrial … More ››

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