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SESAR Deployment Manager launches new website supporting ongoing ATM modernisation in Europe

 

The new portal showcases completed, ongoing and planned modernisation projects and their benefits and includes a private platform set up in light of continuously improving the interaction with deployment stakeholders.

SESAR Deployment Manager (SDM) has launched a new website as part of its ongoing support to Air Traffic Management (ATM) modernisation in Europe.

The portal includes news and information on SESAR deployment in Europe and all involved stakeholders, showcases all 343 SESAR deployment ATM modernisation projects out of which 151 are completed, and explains their benefits to the European passengers, citizens, and economy.

It also powers an online Private area (SDM’s online community) platform where deployment stakeholders can interact 24/7 on modernisation challenges and topics and continue supporting and motivating each other while getting the latest information, guidance and support from the SESAR Deployment Manager.

Groupe ADP : un retour à la normale entre 2024 et 2027 ?

 

Le groupe ADP gérant les aéroports parisiens a présenté hier une perte nette de 543 millions d’euros au premier semestre, contre un bénéfice de 250 millions d’euros l’année dernière. Son PDG ne voit pas le trafic revenir au niveau d’avant la pandémie de Covid-19 avant la période entre 2024 et 2027. (source: Air Journal July 2020)

Read full article here: https://www.air-journal.fr/2020-07-28-groupe-adp-un-retour-a-la-normale-entre-2024-et-2027-5221731.html

Guidelines for a healthy passenger experience at airports

 

Today ACI Europe published these guidelines for airports.

You can download your copy here

‘With these new Guidelines for a Healthy Passenger Experience at Airports, ACI EUROPE is responding and taking stock of the new reality resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. This pandemic has in a matter of weeks caused a global crisis of unprecedented proportions. Aviation has found itself amongst the most exposed sectors, with air connectivity having literally collapsed – impacting tourism, supply chains, regional development, jobs and livelihoods.

Our purpose in creating these comprehensive Guidelines is to complement the joint EASA and ECDC COVID-19 Aviation Health Safety Protocol by elaborating on what airports need to consider and do to implement the changes necessary to restart operations. They provide practical step-by-step guidance to airports based on a “new normal”, reviewing all possible actions, methodologies, technologies and implications.”

Preliminary results of the SESAR Deployment Manager’s survey on the impact of COVID-19 on ATM modernisation

 

At the end of last month, SESAR Deployment Manager launched its survey to Implementing Partners to garner a more precise picture, in the current context, of the challenges faced by the European ATM Community as well as the efforts made towards the delivery of a modern, more performant, environmental-friendly and scalable ATM system. Moreover, this survey also aimed at identifying key practical solutions to mitigate, as much as possible, the impact of this crisis on implementation projects.

Read the results and full article here

We are stronger together – statement from SESAR Deployment Manager on the COVID-19 crisis

 

The COVID-19 pandemic impacts the aviation industry with devastating strength. Aviation bears the brunt of the measures taken to contain this pandemic. As members of society, we welcome strong policies taken to protect our families & fellow citizens. Our lives have been disrupted, but we must show solidarity and civic responsibility.

SESAR Deployment Manager is working hard to remain operational and offer civil & military airports, airlines, ANSPs & all deployment professionals sustainable assistance and ensure continuity of ATM modernization.

Read full statement here.