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Single European Sky will bring significant environmental benefits to European airspace.
The Transport committee of the European Parliament has voted for a significant strengthening of the Single European Sky 2+ (SES2+) proposal that was agreed by the European Council.
If implemented, the Single European Sky would result in a million jobs and EUR250 billion extra GDP annually across Europe. An opportunity against the abyssal losses due to COVID-19
After a disappointing EU decision for air traffic management targets, the WPG report could pave the way for more necessary changes.
European governments are not setting tough targets for improvements, and the penalties for not meeting those targets are not strong enough.
As an unprecedented heatwave has collided with the summer holiday season in Europe, we’ve seen air traffic control delays rising even faster than the temperature.
PublicationsEurope's capacity cliff (pdf)Economic benefits of European airspace modernization (pdf)
Airlines magazineExpect the unexpected (February 2021)