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Patrick Ky - Articles and news items

EASA announces senior management changes

Airport news  •  21 January 2015  •  The European Aviation Safety Agency

The European Aviation Safety Agency announces three key management changes following the new organisation structure decided by its Executive Director Patrick Ky and announced on 1 September 2014...

Airbus A350-900 is EASA certified

Airport news  •  1 October 2014  •  The European Aviation Safety Agency

The European Aviation Safety Agency issued on 30 September 2014 the type certificate of the Airbus A350-900...

EASA welcomes new flight time limitations rules

Airport news  •  9 October 2013  •  European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)

Night flight duty will be reduced to 11h in the new regulation, instead of 11h45 today...

Industry-Wide Air Traffic Control Event Proceeds In the Face of Government Shutdown

Airport news  •  9 October 2013  •  Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA)

“These are challenging times, but challenges provide opportunities..”

Mr. Patrick Ky took over as Executive Director of the European Aviation Safety Agency

Airport news  •  1 September 2013  •  European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)

Before leading EASA, Mr Ky was the Executive Director of SESAR...

Patrick Ky appointed as new EASA Executive Director

Airport news  •  13 March 2013  •  EASA

The Management Board of EASA announced the appointment of Mr. Patrick Ky as Executive Director of EASA...

The Joint Undertaking takes off

Issue 3 2012  •  6 June 2012  •  Mark Glover, Commissioning Editor, International Airport Review

SESAR Joint Undertaking, the body which manages the technological wing of the Single European Sky, will soon release an updated version of its ATM Masterplan, which maps out Europe’s future Air Traffic Management system. Mark Glover from International Airport Review spoke with Executive Director Patrick Ky to get an insight into where the initiative is at this precise moment.Mark Glover: Are you on track to meet the 2020 deadline for the implementation of a mod - ernised ATM system in Europe? Will there be a Single European Sky as planned?Patrick Ky: SESAR will deliver on time. We will provide the appropriate tools to achieve the European Union’s high level goals.But bear in mind that the SESAR programme is a very ambitious one, which will benefit the entire Air Traffic Management system in Europe.The SESAR technology will be implemented step wise. We are starting now, with important changes developed by SESAR such as Extended Arrival Management and new Air Traffic Flow Management Operations which will be deployed in 2012/2013.

AIRE: Reduced noise and emissions on first complete transatlantic green flights

Airport news  •  8 April 2010  •  SESAR

The two first complete (gate-to-gate) green transatlantic flights were operated on 6 & 7 April from Paris-Charles de Gaulle to Miami airports...


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