The Shared Air Traffic Services System 2 (SAS2) has been put into service by the Belgian Ministry of Defence. The Belgian military air traffic controllers and the civil air traffic controllers at EUROCONTROL’s Maastricht Upper Area Control Centre (MUAC) are now working with a single air traffic management (ATM) system, which is fully in line with Single European Sky (SES) objectives.
On 6-7 November, members of the SESAR Joint Undertaking (SESAR JU) came together at a workshop in Amsterdam to discuss the research needed in order to deliver smarter, more sustainable and safer aviation.
On 23 October, SESAR JU member and partners held an open day in Brussels bringing together a wide audience of stakeholders to present the progress in datalink communications achieved during the first phase of SESAR 2020 research and innovation.
The second Call for proposals funded by catalyst funding will be published on the Engage website in January 2020, and open for at least three months.
The summary of the hearing is now available.