Monitoring network performance
The SES Performance Scheme requires the pro-active management, monitoring and reporting of pan-European operational performance targets covering safety, capacity, environment and cost-efficiency.
ATM network performance reports
We provide regular, timely and accurate reports on the overall performance of the network. These help us monitor and understand how the network is performing and take action when a problem occurs, and provide different views on the situation of the ATM network:
The non-public network performance reports are available on our ATFCM Statistics website. Access to this information is granted to users currently employed in ATM-related services.
New users of the website will need to register to our One Sky Team portal via the link below. When registering please use your company/organisation e-mail address (use of e-mail addresss such as gmail and yahoo are not permitted):
Existing users of the website can use the following link to access it:
If you have any questions about the access conditions send us an email.
The Reporting Assumptions and Descriptions contains specific information on rules or filters applied in the NM Monthly reporting (e.g.monthly Network Operations Report, NM Monthly summary per ACC, etc) such as.
- mapping of operation regulation causes to delay groups.
- list of published statistical entities (e.g. ACCs) used in en-route performance reports.
- definition of the different geographical zones used in the performance reports.
- Reporting Assumptions & Descriptions V6.21 – Dated 23/02/2017 – Approved 07/04/2017 – Published 07/04/2017
The Post Ops Performance Adjustment Process allows operational stakeholders to notify national and European authorities of issues that relate to ATFM delay measurement, classification and assignment. More information is available on the Post Ops Performance Adjustment Process webpage.
The latest Post-operations performance adjustment dataset is now available.
- Post-operations performance adjustment process dataset – Approved on 01 July 2017, Published on 19 July 2017
The design of the European Route Network, as described in Annex 1 of EC Regulation No 677/2011 (the Network Management Implementing Rule - NMIR) calls for the establishment of a European Route Network Improvement Plan as part of the Network Operations Plan and is developed through a cooperative decision making process. The ERNIP Implementation Monitoring Report gives an overview of the airspace design improvements and it's contribution to flight efficiency based on the proposals implemented during the relevant AIRAC cycle. The latest monitoring report can be found below, together with further information on Airspace Design:
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- More information on Airspace Design?