YOUR DAILY NEWSROUND OF AVIATION STORIES IN EUROPE
16 June 2016
World in motion
A new White Paper revealing that customer service is a key driver of non-aeronautical revenues and the unveiling of ACI's first Accredited Training Institute are two highlights of the second quarter of 2016.
Leading aviation figures back staying in Europe
The case for the Remain campaign has dominated the Brexit debate in travel, led by the likes of easyJet chief executive Carolyn McCall who has argued EU membership is "vital to airlines and passengers".
Travel Weekly UK
SESAR showcases first crop of advanced generation of ATM technologies for European skies
The SESAR Joint Undertaking and its members have showcased the future of aviation with the delivery of
a catalogue of technological and operational solutions
from its very first work programme.
Air Traffic Management
Flybe is the leading provider of UK domestic flights; growing in France, Germany and Netherlands as network develops to almost 200 routes
Asked to name the biggest airline operating domestic services in the UK many people would probably guess British Airways (BA), or maybe easyJet. However, last year one airline operated more UK domestic flights than BA and easyJet combined. That carrier is Flybe, which achieved the feat without operating any flights to the UK's busiest airport at London Heathrow.
Greece signs up to shared aerospace data system
Greece has become the final EUROCONTROL state to officially sign up to the AIS database. As a result of this agreement, Greek aeronautical information can now be integrated into EAD - providing the most up-to-date digital aeronautical information from the ECAC area, which covers 41 countries.
Airport Focus International