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Business aviation is the third largest market segment in Europe, after the traditional scheduled and low-cost segments. In the context of #EBACE2017 event, we take a look at the evolution of this sector over the past 10 years, noting some positive recent trends. Read our story and check out our infographic with the 2016 BizAv figures at [ Eurocontrol.int Link ]
Business aviation is the third largest market segment in Europe after the
Today’s infographic features Norway, our Member State since March 1994. In 2016, Norway handled a total of 598,000 flights. Its top busiest airports were Oslo, Bergen, and Stavanger. Find out more in this latest infographic:
Todays infographic features Norway our Member State since March 1994 In 2016
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Free route airspace (FRA) is the concept that best symbolises the European Single Sky. By 2021, the European ATM network will be almost fully route-free, offering airlines more flight options for each city pair and helping improve airspace performance in the pivotal areas of capacity, efficiency and the environment.

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Will there still be airways in the sky? | Eurocontrol

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Kev Griggs
Air traffic management (ATM) needs reliable and accurate surveillance data. The ATM Surveillance Tracker and Server (ARTAS) programme is the concept behind the Europe-wide, distributed surveillance system that has been developed and maintained by EUROCONTROL since the early 1990s. It will soon be deployed beyond EUROCONTROL’s network of Member States and is gaining new functionalities to cover...
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Roland Vanherck
In 2016, the European Network saw an all-time record of 10,190,903 flights, with 27,844 flights per day on average, surpassing the former record set in 2008.

EUROCONTROL helps to ensure that your flight is safe, efficient and on time, in Europe and beyond.

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In 2016 the European Network saw an alltime record of 10190903 flights
Have you considered becoming an air traffic controller? Now is your chance! A recruitment campaign is currently underway to find candidates for student air traffic controller (ATCO) training, scheduled to begin in October 2017. We are still looking for an additional ten students to start the training in the autumn. Read on for more information on the selection procedure, training programme and...
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Have you considered becoming an air traffic controller Now is your chance

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Raul Sahuquillo
Gaspard Jean-Yves
With the early implementation of the revised Convention in 1997, EUROCONTROL formally became a civil-military organisation for the safety of air navigation across Europe. It also became a unique platform for facilitating civil-military coordination and cooperation between our Member States and the air traffic management (ATM) community at large.

To mark the 20th anniversary of this successful...
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With the early implementation of the revised Convention in 1997 EUROCONTROL formally

EUROCONTROL celebrates 20 years of civil-military coordination | Eurocontrol

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EUROCONTROL, together with the European Commission, was a co-founder of the SESAR Joint Undertaking and is one of the biggest contributors to its research and development work. This year, the SESAR 2020 Work Programme has gained real momentum. Read our Skyway article to find out more about EUROCONTROL’s role in SESAR 2020 and the projects we are involved in: [ Eurocontrol.int Link ].
EUROCONTROL together with the European Commission was a cofounder of the SESAR

EUROCONTROL working for SESAR 2020’s success | Eurocontrol

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Traffic is at record highs!

Preliminary figures for April show a year-on-year growth in traffic for the month of 3.3%. For the first four months of the year, the Network Manager has handled over 3 million flights. And on Friday 28 April, there were over 32,000 flights in the Network, the first time that this milestone has occurred in April and some four weeks earlier than in 2016.

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Traffic is at record highs Preliminary figures for April show a yearonyear

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Sending our regards to all of our Dutch colleagues! Check out the latest air traffic figures for the Netherlands in today's infographic.
Sending our regards to all of our Dutch colleagues Check out the
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In the latest edition of our Skyway magazine, Florian Guillermet, Executive Director of the Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) Joint Undertaking, shared his thoughts on the SESAR 2020 programme. What were the achievements and lessons from SESAR 1? How have these lessons been incorporated into SESAR 2020? Is it possible to quantify the benefits of the SESAR work so far? What is on the...
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In the latest edition of our Skyway magazine Florian Guillermet Executive Director

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Morocco was the first non-European state to be fully integrated into the working structures of EUROCONTROL. This means that Moroccan controllers can share workflow and data with their European counterparts. Zouhair Mohammed El Aoufir, Chief Executive Officer of Moroccan Airports Authority, talks about the advantages and challenges of this cooperation: [ Euronews.com Link ]. #BoardingPass
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Last year, traffic to and from Europe and other regions of the world neared 1.8 million flights. This number is set to increase even further, with experts predicting that in coming decades only 11% of global flights will remain inside the continent.

This week’s episode of Boarding Pass focuses on how Morocco is helping to ensuring safety, fluidity and security between Europe and the rest of...
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On Saturday 22 April, Brussels Airport will be opening its doors during the aviation day of the Flemish government, Luchtvaartdag. Get an exclusive tour behind the scenes and discover the wide range of activities undertaken by the airport, such as winter operations or a simulator drive across the tarmac, in a central hub at the DHL building. Registration in advance is mandatory: [...
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On Saturday 22 April Brussels Airport will be opening its doors during

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Let’s take a look at the aviation segment performance in 2016. The unit of measurement is % points; the size of the bubbles is in line with the number of flights for each segment and their market share. The top airports are highlighted.
Lets take a look at the aviation segment performance in 2016 The
In the spirit of giving, this past Saint-Patrick’s Day we raised funds for the Jack and Jill Children's Foundation, which provides early intervention home respite to families with children requiring extensive medical and nursing care. A big thank you to all who contributed!
In the spirit of giving this past SaintPatricks Day we raised funds
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Last year, traffic to and from Europe and other regions of the world neared 1.8 million flights. This number is set to increase even further, with experts predicting that in coming decades only 11% of European flights will remain inside the continent.

This week’s episode of Boarding Pass focuses on how Morocco is helping to ensuring safety, fluidity and security between Europe and the rest...
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As part of the ATM Data as a Service (ADaaS) project, air traffic controllers at Slovenia Control’s Ljubljana Area Control Centre have successfully handled shadow operations in Slovenian airspace using data processed remotely at EUROCONTROL’s Maastricht Upper Area Control Centre (MUAC). Learn more about the ADaaS project: [ Eurocontrol.int Link ]
As part of the ATM Data as a Service ADaaS project air

“ATM Data as a Service” project between Slovenia Control and EUROCONTROL successfully completes Phase 2 shadow operations | Eurocontrol

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How is cooperation being strengthened between the European continent and other regions of the world to make flights safer and controlled more efficient? Stay tuned to find out on this Wednesday's Boarding Pass. #BoardingPass
Can you guess the top 10 busiest airports in Europe? Find out in this infographic!
Can you guess the top 10 busiest airports in Europe Find out in this infographic
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Marek Podpoznański
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