Single European Sky flying high

Single European Sky flying high


Decision-makers and business leaders from across Europe met in Warsaw on 28 November to discuss implementation of the Single European Sky (SES).

It has been estimated that the current fragmentation of European airspace costs the European economy €4 billion each year. Due to fragmentation, the average flight is prolonged by 49 kilometres, forcing planes to burn more fuel, pollute more and cause delays.

The SES initiative aims to end triple the airspace capacity, improve safety by ...


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