What is the problem? The European air space is fragmented
The Single European Sky is an ambitious initiative to reform the architecture of European air traffic control to meet future capacity and safety needs. The Air Traffic Management Solutions for the Single European Sky (SESAR) will integrate air navigation services and supporting safety systems.
Why is EU action needed? A single EU-wide management system would benefit European air space
The SESAR project will modernize European air traffic control infrastructure. SESAR wants to develop a new air traffic management system capable of ensuring the safety and flexibility of air transport worldwide over the next 30 years.
What has the Commission done so far?
Development phase (2008-2013)
What will the Commission do?
Deployment phase (2014-2020)
- SESAR should become operational in the EU and in partner countries