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17 August 2017
Airport CDM – a double celebration
The Network Manager is celebrating Hamburg becoming the 25th fully implemented Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) airport – as well as the...
19 July 2017
The Airport Corner reaches a milestone: 100 airports
The Airport Corner has reached a significant milestone, with 100 airports and about 700 data providers having joined this airport-focused data...
3 July 2017
Israel joins our IFPS system
At midnight, 22 June 2017, Israel joined the Initial Flight Plan Processing System (IFPS) Zone, bringing the number of participating states to 43...
15 May 2017
Will there still be airways in the sky?
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-...
9 May 2017
Airport Operations Centres: the key to many network performance improvements
The Airport Operations Centre (APOC) is one of the latest ways of integrating airports into the air traffic management (ATM) network while improving...
28 April 2017
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Recover, Redesign, Remanufacture
EUROCONTROL is lending logistical support for the second edition of the 6Reen Aviation Symposium, organised jointly by Air&Cosmos magazine and...
18 April 2017
Collaborative Environmental Management (CEM): making a difference, here and now
The biggest constraints to aviation’s sustainable growth are arguably not global, but local. Community opposition to airport expansion has grown...
3 April 2017
Airport hubs: early beneficiaries of capacity-enhanced research
Some of the most important improvements to European aviation capacity, efficiency and resilience resulting from the Single European Sky ATM Research...
29 March 2017
Network collaborative management: moving to dynamic demand and capacity balancing
Using filed flight plan and real-time update information, the Network Manager (NM) can delay the take-off times of many flights to avoid congested...
8 March 2017
Delays – three questions and many answers
Last time you took a flight, was it delayed? By how much? And why? Simple questions to ask, but it’s much more complicated to answer them. First is...