FABEC

Air Traffic Management and climate change

A discussion with Philip Butterworth-Hayes, ATM Communications Specialist about ATM’s role in Climate Change

Climate change and the role of air traffic control

Turning new scientific evidence into policies, rules and operations regarding climate change - a way forward

FABEC traffic sees recovery accompanied by uncertainty and volatility

Functional Airspace Block Europe Central (FABEC) traffic rose steadily in the first half of 2021 to just over 1 million flights

FABEC ANSPs recruiting over 300 ATC trainees

ANSPs have started campaigns to recruit over 300 air traffic control trainees to start training in 2022

FABEC 2020 report reviews ANSP pandemic impact

FABEC 2020 performance report reports a 56.8% traffic downturn, more than EUR2.45 billion revenue losses and major increases in environmental performance.

FABEC removes restrictions facilitating greener flights

Airspace users are enabled in quieter times to plan more direct routes and vertical flight profiles optimizing fuel consumption, reducing sustainably aircraft emissions.

New German-Swiss interface in FABEC airspace

New German-Swiss interface improves flight efficiency and environmental performance in FABEC airspace

FABEC direct routes saved 1.4 million tonnes CO2

FABEC direct routes saved 1.4 million tonnes CO2 and airspace users €204 million over filed flight plans in 2020

FABEC focuses on critical ATM infrastructure and structural reforms

Functional Airspace Block Europe Central (FABEC) traffic tumbled 57% in 2020 to 2.7 million movements as a result of pandemic restrictions and an unwillingness to travel.

FABEC incoming board highlight environmental agenda

The new chairman of the CEO Board of Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) of the Functional Airspace Block Europe Central (FABEC) is Alex Bristol, CEO of Skyguide. He sets clear objectives for his term: enhanced environmental focus, a further strengthening of cooperation between FABEC States and between the Functional Airspace Blocks themselves.