Air Traffic Management

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European Parliament Plenary Session – March II, 2020

Responding to the novel coronavirus outbreak demands flexibility from everyone, and the European Union, and the European Parliament in particular, are no exceptions. Continue reading

Single European Sky

Written by Ariane Debyser Building on the achievements of the internal market and the need to cope with growth in air transport and congestion, the European Commission launched the Single European Sky (SES) initiative in 1999. Its core objective is to reform the architecture of air traffic control in the EU in order to meet … Continue reading

Time to deliver the Single European Sky: SES 2+

Updated on 11th July 2014 The liberalisation of the EU’s aviation market in 1993 has made air transport more accessible and affordable, with an obvious impact on growth in air services. Since then, air traffic in the EU has already increased by 54%, and according to recent figures, it is expected to grow 50% by … Continue reading

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