The Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC, previously called CFMU) delivers core operational services across several domains:

  • Flow and Capacity Management
  • ATM Access Gateway and Flight Planning Operations
  • Information Management Domain
  • Crisis and Contingency Management
  • Post-operations analysis and reporting.

EUROCONTROL Network Operations stem from the Central Flow Management Unit (CFMU), which was created in 1995 as a response to the chronic delays plaguing European air traffic throughout the 1980s.

In 2011, the European Commission nominated EUROCONTROL as European Network Manager. The European Commission’s Implementing Rules are now the backbone of our Network Operations. The ultimate purpose of these new binding rules applicable to all aviation stakeholders is to improve the performance of the European ATM Network.

Latest news

The week 12-18 September proved to be a particularly trying one for airlines, their passengers, air navigation service providers and the Network Manager. What happened exactly?

19 September 2016
We often take the internet for granted, but today some four...
16 September 2016
The event comprised an exhibition, a high-level conference...
14 July 2016
An EACCC crisis exercise on an airport terror attack was...
4 July 2016
Should a major or prolonged disruption occur, the Network...

Publications

18 October 2016
The ATFCM Users Manual has been prepared with the main...

Content overview

Consult the official operational documentation regularly Go...
The objective is to optimise traffic flows according to air...
The Network Manager Operations Centre receives, processes...
Effective decisions could not be made without a central and...
Direct overview on the NM Operational Services and Products...
The CFMU's heritage EUROCONTROL Network Operations stem...
It should be noted that paper copies of the operational...

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