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Digital European Sky – High Level Conference on the Future of the Single European Sky

Digital European Sky – High Level Conference on the Future of the Single European Sky

12/09/2019

Concert Noble, Brussels

The Single European Sky initiative was launched in 2004 with the goal of improving the performance of air traffic management (ATM) in Europe in terms of safety, capacity, cost-efficiency and environment.  In light of growing air traffic and societal and technological developments, the momentum for a reform of the Single European Sky is growing. Therefore, the European Commission together with the Finnish presidency is organising a conference to contribute to this momentum and consider the latest trends and developments in the context of ongoing and future digitalization.

The conference  will stimulate exchange of views between high-level representatives from the aviation sector on how to ensure that a safe, sustainable European ATM system delivers efficiently capacity that responds more flexibly to demand. The evolving role of people will be a key element to successfully manage the digital transformation over the next ten to fifteen years.  Organized around three sessions, the event will bring together stakeholders, civil society, businesses, decision-makers and representatives from the European institutions, to share their views on aviation and SES related issues.

The conference will be preceded by a networking cocktail on 11th September.

Registrations are closed for this event.

PDF iconAgenda

PDF iconBios of Panellists and Speakers

PDF iconParticipants

PDF iconLegal and economic aspects of ATM data service provision

PDF iconAirspace Architecture Study Transition Plan

PDF iconDeclaration

 

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