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Single European Sky: the Way Forward

Dates:
  • Fri 09 Nov 2018 08.30 - 16.00
  Add to Calendar 2018-11-09 8:30 2018-11-09 16:00 Europe/Paris Single European Sky: the Way Forward

Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest
Air transport plays an important role in the EU internal market and in the competitiveness of Europe.
Air Traffic Management (ATM) is needed to optimize traffic flows while enabling airspace users to
operate safe and efficient flights. The Single European Sky (SES) is an initiative of the European
Commission conceived in 1999, aimed at reducing delays, increasing safety, diminishing
environmental impact and reducing costs related to service provision. Specifically, it aims at achieving
this by promoting the de-fragmentation of the European airspace and the creating a more efficient
ATM system. The policy has been evolving and new features such as its technological pillar SESAR
were added to the original concept.
This Air Forum – organized for the first time by the Florence School of Regulation Transport Area in
Budapest – will discuss the current challenges in the SES and explore a way forward thanks, in
particular, to recent technological developments. Specifically, it aims at building a constructive
dialogue with all relevant stakeholders around the future (digital) architecture of the European
airspace.

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Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest
Air transport plays an important role in the EU internal market and in the competitiveness of Europe.
Air Traffic Management (ATM) is needed to optimize traffic flows while enabling airspace users to
operate safe and efficient flights. The Single European Sky (SES) is an initiative of the European
Commission conceived in 1999, aimed at reducing delays, increasing safety, diminishing
environmental impact and reducing costs related to service provision. Specifically, it aims at achieving
this by promoting the de-fragmentation of the European airspace and the creating a more efficient
ATM system. The policy has been evolving and new features such as its technological pillar SESAR
were added to the original concept.
This Air Forum – organized for the first time by the Florence School of Regulation Transport Area in
Budapest – will discuss the current challenges in the SES and explore a way forward thanks, in
particular, to recent technological developments. Specifically, it aims at building a constructive
dialogue with all relevant stakeholders around the future (digital) architecture of the European
airspace.


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Affiliation:
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Type:
Workshop

Contact:
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