Single European Sky (SES)
The Single European Sky (SES) is a European initiative to improve the way Europe’s airspace is managed. Its purpose is to modernise Europe’s airspace structure and air traffic management technologies so as to ensure forecast growth in air traffic can be met, safely and sustainably, whilst reducing costs and improving environmental performance, ensuring Europe’s aviation industry remains globally competitive.
NATS is a strong supporter of the objectives of the Single European Sky and is working to help make it a reality for our customers.
Further details about the Single European Sky, our involvement and the activities we undertake in support of it can be found below.
The Single European Sky (SES) is an initiative to improve the way Europe’s airspace is managed.
NATS is subject to a European regulatory framework in service of SES. See our Performance Plan for RP2 (2015-2019).
SESAR is a major cross-industry public-private collaboration designed to help modernise Europe’s airspace.
FABs are an initiative of the European Commission, designed to defragment Europe’s airspace.
NATS works with others to help keep Europe’s airspace network operating efficiently.
NATS is a founding member of two of Europe’s leading ANSP Alliances.
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NATS in Europe
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