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COVID-19: latest air traffic situation

Europe’s current air traffic situation

Total flights
14,890
Airborne flights
311
Landed flights
0
Planned flights
14,579
Delays (minutes)
32,480

Highlights

All the latest developments and innovations

Major events

Watch replays from our past key virtual and live events and stay tuned for our next ones!

 Safety forum 2022
Event

Safety forum 2022

The 9th Annual Safety Forum discussed how we can achieve ‘Safe Sustainability’.

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StraightTalk with William Todts
Straighttalk

EUROCONTROL Aviation StraightTalk Live

Play back our Aviation StraightTalk interview to get the latest views from William Todts, Executive Director of Transport & Environment.

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WAC 2022
Event

World ATM Congress 2022

EUROCONTROL was back with the “Europe for Aviation” team at this year’s World ATM Congress, from 21 to 23 June in Madrid, Spain.

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Key products

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Our data

EUROCONTROL Data Snapshots

Our 30th EUROCONTROL Data Snapshot focuses on the daily utilisation of aircraft by type, which is getting back to pre-COVID level.

Aviation Sustainability Issue 6

Aviation Sustainability Briefing

Our latest edition builds on recent reports by EUROCONTROL to highlight how aviation can achieve net-zero carbon emissions.

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COVID-19 Impact on EUROCONTROL Airports

London/Gatwick

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EUROCONTROL Three-Year Forecast

Recovery to the 2019 number of flights in Europe could occur as early as 2023.

EUROCONTROL Aviation Outlook 2050 - key product

EUROCONTROL Aviation Outlook 2050

This long-term air traffic forecast charts how aviation can achieve net-zero CO2 emissions by 2050.

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EUROCONTROL Comprehensive Aviation Assessment

Read the latest status of the European air traffic network.

Think Paper issue 17 - promo

EUROCONTROL Think Papers

Our 17th issue assesses why aviation urgently needs to improve its use of radio spectrum.