Category Archives: Single European Sky

NLR reports excellent Iris polar coverage

Dutch aerospace researchers at NLR have completed the first flight trials using Inmarsat satellites to test seamless air-ground communications which will allow controllers to monitor … More ››

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Seeking all European ATM champions

Are you an European ATM industry champion? If so, why not seek recognition through the prestigious Single European Sky Award? The European Commission’s Directorate-General for Mobility … More ››

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Europe’s ATM backbone readies for testing

The first operational version of the advanced ATM platform 4-FLIGHT is under preparation at the Marseille and Reims pilot centres. The 4-FLIGHT programme, launched in … More ››

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FABEC states adopt common airspace policy

The six FABEC states of Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Switzerland have adopted a new and far-reaching common airspace policy to improve the … More ››

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SEAFRA free route airspace goes 24/7

SMATSA, Croatia Control and BHANSA – responsible for managing the airspace of four states – Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina – are now offering … More ››

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Single European Sky Awards open for entries

European transport chiefs are once again seeking ATM industry champions for nomination under the prestigious Single European Sky Award. The European Commission’s Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport … More ››

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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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