Skyway No. 69 - Autumn/Winter 2018
Welcome to the completely rebooted Skyway magazine.
The latest edition of the Skyway magazine (Autumn/Winter 2018) focuses on some very concrete challenges that lie ahead for all sectors of European aviation. Simply speaking, it’s all about capacity.
"So the question all of us need to ask is: given that we are already struggling to manage demand for capacity in the short term in many areas, how will we manage it in the longer term," asks Eamonn Brennan, Director General of EUROCONTROL. Read his full editorial piece to learn more.
In this issue
We kick off this Autumn/Winter Skyway with some of the latest developments from the world of aviation:
- News from the aviation network;
- Data on flight share by market segment, the top ten busiest airports and top five busiest airports per market segment
Cover story - let's get to the point
- The 2018 Challenges of Growth study - a forecast that no-one wants to come true;
- Accurate forecasts require collaborative approach;
- A network which is operating at the edge of its maximum capacity;
- Awareness is growing of the impact of climate change;
- Congestion mitigation measures will be unable to meet the capacity challenges.
- The airport capacity crunch is more than just an aviation challenge - Olivier Jankovec, Director General, ACI EUROPE;
- Introducing electrically-powered aircraft for domestic air traffic makes business and environmental sense - Olav Mosvold Larsen, Senior Advisor on environmental issues, Avinor;
- What can be done to fix European ATM? - Rafael Schvartzman, Regional Vice President, Europe, IATA;
- Doing away with national borders will be key to solving the capacity crisis - Jan Klas, Director General, ANS-CR, and Executive CEO Committee Chairman, CANSO;
- Royal Schiphol Group powers its airport by wind.
- The grand solution for Istanbul's capacity problem - Mehmet Büyükkaytan, Chief Operating Officer, Istanbul Grand Airport.
- Preparation works start for high altitude aircraft operations;
- New communications infrastructure is central to achieving trajectory-based operations;
- CORUS makes progress in developing a concept of operations for UAS traffic management;
- Increased traffic loads require a new approach to controller well-being.
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