Dublin Airport hosts EC delegation to assess SESAR deployment on site


Dublin Airport was delighted to welcome a delegation of the European Commission, INEA and SESAR Deployment Manager to the airport recently. Dublin is part of a wider grouping of airports, airlines and Air Navigation Service Providers across Europe who are working together on the Single European Sky Air Traffic Management Research or SESAR project.

Dublin Airport Managing Director Vincent Harrison said: “Dublin Airport is extremely proud to partner with colleagues from across the EU to work together and deliver the Single European Sky vision.”

“We were delighted to welcome delegates from the European Commission and INEA and our colleagues from SESAR Deployment Manager, along with representatives of the local Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport, to Dublin Airport to view the various funded projects under the coordination of SDM that are both ongoing and completed. Dublin Airport is committed to SESAR core ethos of making air travel easier and, most importantly, more sustainable,” he added.

Dublin Airport is one of the partners within the joint project “Unifying Safety Nets & Surface Movement”. See also: https://www.unifying.eu/projects/daaplc/ 

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