ANSP skeyes at the ATM industry event Airspace World in Geneva


The Belgian Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP) skeyes will participate in this year’s prestigious Airspace World exhibition in Geneva from March 19 to 21. This exhibition is considered the largest and most prominent event in the field of air traffic management worldwide. skeyes will showcase its expertise in airspace management, with a special focus this year on unmanned aviation, innovation, training, and sustainability. The skeyes booth at the ASW Geneva 2024 exhibition can be found at location O11.

As an air navigation service provider in Belgium, skeyes is responsible for airspace management above Belgium and a part of Luxembourg. With a strong commitment to safety and efficiency, skeyes offers a full range of essential aviation services, including flight information and airspace design.

Here’s an Overview of skeyes presentations at Airspace World 2024
Interested visitors can participate in various sessions at the skeyes booth O11.

Focus on Unmanned Aviation

skeyes attaches great importance to the opportunities offered by the emerging sector of unmanned aviation. Therefore, the ANSP participates in various development and collaboration projects with partners in the industry. Additionally, through the BURDI project, skeyes plays a significant role in testing and implementing the U-space concept and creating a European regulatory framework.

Focus on Sustainable operations

In 2023, skeyes proudly became one of the pioneers to receive the CANSO GreenATM Level 3 award in Europe. This prestigious recognition underscores skeyes’ commitment to enhancing sustainability, both within its internal operations and in collaboration with its customers. skeyes is convinced that, if widely embraced by the sector, this quality label is evidence of the collective endeavour of the entire industry towards a more sustainable and CO2-neutral aviation sector.

Focus on Training

Through the Entry Point North Belgium joint venture, skeyes has its own training centre. Interested exhibition visitors can obtain information at the booth about expertise in training, as well as potential career opportunities.

Focus on Innovation

SkeyDrone, the joint venture representing skeyes and Brussels Airport, keeps a close eye on unmanned aviation and is also shortlisted for two CANSO Awards. The subsidiary is nominated in the categories of Digital Transformation in ATM and Integration of Drones/AAM.