Keith Mack was the Director General of EUROCONTROL from 1989 until 1993.
He devoted his entire career to aviation. After having served as a pilot in the Royal Air Force, Keith Mack joined the organisation which was to become the United Kingdom’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). After having completed training as an air traffic controller, he worked at a number of operational units.
During Keith Mack’s mandate, EUROCONTROL developed means of increasing airspace capacity across Europe and enhancing safety through the harmonisation of European ATM procedures, with the implementation of the EATCHIP programme.
Mr Mack also witnessed the initiation of the Airport/Air Traffic System Interface Strategy by ECAC Ministers, designed to improve the interface between air traffic control and the airports, as well as the establishment of the Central Office of Delay Analysis (CODA) within EUROCONTROL.