How do military and civil air traffic controllers coordinate to keep flights over Europe safer?
Making our skies safer with a common system between civil and military air traffic controllers.
How can the management of both military and civil airspaces in Europe be coordinated more efficiently?
Last year almost 10 percent of the approximately 10 million flights through Europe had a delay of at least half an hour.
Brian Flynn, Head of Performance, Forecasts and Relations Unit from EUROCONTROL, explains what causes delays, and what is done to try and combat them.
Andrew Thorington has accumulated 12,000 flight hours in 20 years of career in the skies; learning to live – and work – with delays.
Airplanes have huge benefits for travellers, but they're costly for the planet. How can air travel be greener without compromising safety?
We asked Sharon Mahony, expert in collaborative environmental management at EUROCONTROL what the air travel industry could do to reduce noise pollution and what factors influence those…
Modern technology has allowed aeroplanes to reduce noise by 75 percent compared to 30 years ago: so why does the noise pollution problem continue to worsen?
Integrating drones into airspace: what is being done to prevent drones straying dangerously close to passenger flights?
Mike Lissone, Eurocontrol’s unmanned aircraft expert, talks about the challenge of spreading important aeronautical information to the growing number of people flying small drones…
When it comes to air transport, an emergency can quickly turn into a crisis situation. Be it severe weather, a security threat or a cyber attack. How does the industry prepare for a crisis?
In this Q&A for Boarding Pass we ask: Who is responsible for managing a major crisis in airspace?