ENAIRE hosts the last meeting of the EASA experts steering group providing strategic advice for the definition of the new European regulation for the certification of air traffic management systems of the Single European Sky 

  • ENAIRE has organised the last meeting of the strategic steering group of experts at its Barcelona Control Center facilities to develop the new regulation for assessing the conformity of air traffic management and air navigation ground systems (ATM/ANS) that reinforces the safety and interoperability of national systems for the construction of the Single European Sky. 
  • This group of experts, created and directed by EASA, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency, includes directors general, authorities and national air navigation service providers, as well as the manufacturing industry of air navigation and air traffic management systems. 
  • ENAIRE has also presented its future control working positions that will represent a significant functional and technological leap. 
(from left to right): Jussi Myllarniemi (EASA), Piotr Samson (Polish Civil Aviation), Patrick Ky (EASA), Ángel Luis Arias (ENAIRE), Alex Bristol (Skyguide), Massimo Garbini (Frequentis), Arndt Shoenemann (DFS), Ignacio Mataix (Indra) and Manuel Rivas Vila (EASA).
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