Kornél Szepessy - Articles and news items
Issue 4 2013 • 14 August 2013 • Kornel Szepessy, CEO, HungaroControl
Development plays a major role in enhancing air traffic efficiency, says Kornél Szepessy, CEO of Hungarian air navigation service provider, HungaroControl European air traffic control is undergoing radical changes. The Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) programme sets increasingly serious challenges for air traffic control (ATC) across the continent. Hungarian ANSP HungaroControl has launched a complex new development programme guided by the challenges of integration which is in advance of EU performance targets. HungaroControl’s simulations and developments indicate that the aviation costs of airlines may be significantly reduced by the introduction of traffic management procedures jointly devised by the ANSPs and by shortening through concerted efforts the routes currently flown. Moreover, this reduction certainly exceeds the levels that can be achieved by realistically planned cuts in air navigation costs.
Airport news • 8 June 2011 • Entry Point North
The joint ATM training academy named Entry Point Central will be located in Budapest, Hungary...