Objective of the consultation
This consultation is a part of the work the European Commission services are conducting in the context of a future European Commission proposal for the Implementing Regulation on the establishment of the Pilot Common Project (PCP) supporting the implementation of the ATM Master Plan.
If later adopted, the PCP Regulation will make the selected ATM functionalities binding and will specify deadlines for their deployment. The results of this consultation will be used by the European Commission to draft the final text of the PCP Regulation as well as to prepare the processes for establishing the Deployment Manager, the Deployment Programme and the Implementation Projects.
We invite you to read the consultation paper explaining the context of the PCP [3 MB] and the background documents before answering the questionnaire.
Stakeholders targeted by this consultation
This consultation is addressed to operational stakeholders active in the Air Traffic Management sector (civil and military airspace users, air navigation service providers and airport operators) and to organisations, bodies and public administrations related to that sector (National Supervisory Authorities, Industry Consultation Body, ATM Sectoral social dialogue, The expert group on the social dimension of the Single European Sky, TEN T-EA and the Network Manager). The consultation does not specifically target private citizens.
Please note that
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Contributions may be submitted in any official EU language.