The trans-European air traffic management (ATM) network comprises the airspace reserved for general aviation, airways, air navigation aids, traffic planning and management systems and the air traffic control system (control centres, surveillance and communications facilities) that are necessary for safe and efficient aviation in the European airspace.
Please note that the listing below is not exhaustive. More project information will be added as this website continues to be enhanced.
Controller Pilot Data Link Communications Implementation
Airport-Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) deployment and integration into the network
Support to Interim Deployment Steering Group (IDSG)/Interim Deployment Programme (IDP) coordination
New European common services provision for PENS2 and DLS
Speeding up and facilitating SESAR deployment through convergence between COOPANS and DSNA/4Flight ATM systems
Inception and development phase of the Centralised Services Programme
ANSPs Interim Deployment Programme Implementation
Activities to support the implementation of the IDP within Danube FAB
Air traffic management network integration and performance enhancement acceleration
UK-Ireland FAB Development of High Level Sectors
Functional Airspace Block Central Europe - Implementation Plan
North European ATM Service Concepts - Feasibility study for a North European Functional Airspace Block
DANUBE FAB Project Phase 1/Stage 2, Phase 2 and 3
SESAR (Single European Sky ATM Research) - Development Phase