The Network Manager

The primary objective of the Network Manager is to improve the performance of the European aviation network: "The Network Manager is there to address the real issues of the network while ensuring that performance targets are met." says Joe Sultana, Director Network Manager. Read more about it.

Latest news

The 2017 Network Manager User Forum focused on tackling the operational issues met in 2016 and identifying realistic actions, concrete initiatives and potential system and procedures upgrades that can make a real difference in 2017.

14 February 2017
The week of Valentine’s Day sees a big increase in air...
10 February 2017
Airport capacity planning for all weathers needs to be done...
8 February 2017
On 1 and 2 February, the European Aviation Crisis...
3 February 2017
Our last registered record number of flights was in 2008...

Publications

2 March 2017
The RAIS aims to show some of the planned airspace changes...
17 February 2017
Latest changes to 2017 calendar: Addition: Training: New...

Events

13 March 2017 to 14 March 2017
6 June 2017 to 7 June 2017

Content overview

Our approach to safety is a pro-active and preventive one:...
The ash cloud crises (2010 and 2011) showed that a network...
The Network Manager provides traffic and delay forecasts...
The Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC, previously...
The Network Operations planning ensures the seamless...
Airports are a crucial component of the overall aviation...
Communications, Navigation and Surveillance (CNS) are three...
EUROCONTROL delivers unique high-quality training courses,...
The former Engineering Division of the CFMU has expanded...
Full list of operational and non-operational contacts and...
The ATM Network Manager function was created by the...

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