RSS Feeds

Whether you are looking for specific information on our website or are having trouble accessing some content, this page will help you find your way across our site.

What is RSS?

RSS (Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Syndication) feeds are an easy and effective way to keep informed of new stories and content posted on your favourite websites. Instead of having to visit individual sites to see if new content has been added, you can use RSS feeds to tell you when pages you're interested in have been updated.

EUROCONTROL offers three RSS feeds:

How do I use RSS feeds?

To read RSS feeds, you will need to obtain an RSS reader (also called an aggregator) which allows you to collect and display feeds from your favourite websites in a single location on your computer. There are many free, web-based readers, all which compile and update feeds.

A list of free RSS readers from DMOZ, the Open Director Project

Once you have installed a news reader, you can subscribe to one of the EUROCONTROL RSS feeds by either:

  • dragging the orange RSS button on this page into your news reader
  • dragging the URL of the RSS feed into your news reader
  • cutting / pasting the URL of the RSS feed into your news reader
  • using¬† the EUROCONTROL RSS feeds on your site.

Can I republish EUROCONTROL RSS feeds?

If you republish EUROCONTROL content via an RSS feed, we require that the proper format and attribution is used when EUROCONTROL content appears. The attribution text should read "EUROCONTROL News" or "From EUROCONTROL" as appropriate. You may not use the EUROCONTROL logo without specific permission.
More about our legal disclaimer and copyright issues.