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News & articles from International Airport Review covering EUROCONTROL, the European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation and air traffic control (ATC)
Pierre Charbonneau, Director – Passenger at IATA, offers an insight into the various projects that are being worked on to secure a seamless airport experience.
ACI Europe has outlined that calls for the extension of the 80-20 airport slot waiver should only be considered following a data-driven and evidence-based approach.
30 April 2020 | By EUROCONTROL
IAR’s next COVID-19 briefing is confirmed for 7 May 13:00 BST. The speaker will be Iacopo Prissinotti, Director of Network Management at EUROCONTROL.
Artificial intelligence, big data, machine learning and augmented reality are key enabling technologies for Leonardo's innovative approach to air traffic management (ATM).
Following EUROCONTROL securing a loan of £1.1 billion for European ANSPs, NATS will be eligible for up to £92 million in COVID-19 support.
The report finds that more needs to be done to harness the full potential of AI to ensure the breakthrough required for this technology in ATM.
In 2019, Airport Carbon Accreditation marked its 10th anniversary. Marina Bylinsky, Head of Sustainability at ACI EUROPE, evaluates the progress made by airports across the globe in regard to climate emergency.
The EUROCONTROL Network Manager meeting focused on three objectives in order to combat the negative effects of bad weather on air travel during summer 2020.
EUROCONTROL's improvements include an upgrade of its air traffic management system, investments in AI and changes to calculating route charges.
Air traffic management is highly influential to aviation, and therefore our Editor, Tara Nolan, dedicated the fourth episode of International Airport Review’s podcast series to exploring aspects of ATC/ATM with the Director of Network Management at EUROCONTROL.
Nice Côte d’Azur airport has commissioned its Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) system to improve the safety and punctuality of air traffic.
Europe’s ATM leaders have highlighted how measures to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of air transport in the region have helped to optimise airspace capacity, minimise disruptions and improve environmental performance during summer 2019.
Staggered threshold approach concepts combined with new tools show a potential for achieving an increase in airport capacity of up to 10 per cent.