EUROCONTROL and EUROCAE concluded a new Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC) between the two organisations.
Around 345,000 flights were recorded in Portuguese airspace between January and December of last year
ENAIRE became the first air navigation manager in Europe to connect its systems to EUROCONTROL through the continental communications network called NewPENS (PanEuropean Network Services).
Global pandemic is the aviation industry’s toughest ever challenge, but the signs are that the sector is slowly bouncing back.
The number of daily flights in Europe edged above 6,000 per day for the first time since March 24, showing that the recovery in air travel across the region is beginning to take shape. Data from EUROCONTROL shows that on June 2, traffic levels increased above that figure and stayed there for four days in a row.
According to the latest traffic figures released by EUROCONTROL, the number of flights within Europe is down by more than 80%. On the day chosen for analysis (April 8) there was an 87% reduction equating to just over 4,000 flights, which is 27,000 fewer than the same day in 2019.