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Coping with pressure in European air traffic control

Understanding the developments in the provision of air navigation services in Europe

Over the last decade, air traffic in Europe has grown by more than 50%. Europe now has close to 8.5 million flights per year and up to 28,000 flights on busy days. More planes carrying more people and more goods to more destinations are exerting ever-increasing pressure on Europe’s Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) to handle the traffic safely and without delays. This report highlights the findings from a study of developments in the European Air Navigation Services landscape to see where the industry stands today and how the ANSPs are reacting to the pressures.

Released: October 2006

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