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COVID-19: latest air traffic situation

Europe’s current air traffic situation

Total flights
18,999
Airborne flights
2,656
Landed flights
13,837
Planned flights
2,506
Delays (minutes)
6,909

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Stakeholder Forum
Strategic webinar

EUROCONTROL Stakeholder Forum on business aviation’s flight plan to net zero

How is business aviation planning to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050, while supporting the entire industry’s decarbonisation?

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Michael O'Leary
Interview

EUROCONTROL Aviation StraightTalk Live

Join us at 15:00 CET for an exclusive interview with Michael O'Leary, Ryanair Group CEO.

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Aviation Sustainability Summit
Summit

EUROCONTROL Aviation Sustainability Summit

European aviation has filed the flightpath to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 – but how easy will it be to reach this hugely challenging destination?

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EUROCONTROL Data Snapshots

Our 22nd EUROCONTROL Data Snapshot is here, focusing on the welcome benefits of lower taxi-out times this summer and the challenge to keep them low.

Sustainability Issue 4

Aviation Sustainability Briefing

Our 4th edition looks at what “Fit for 55” could mean for European aviation and features a discussion with the EC's Flor Diaz Pulido on the RefuelEU Aviation proposal.

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COVID-19 Impact on EUROCONTROL Airports

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EUROCONTROL Seven-Year Forecast

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

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EUROCONTROL Comprehensive Assessment

COVID-19's Impact on European Air Traffic on 25 November 2021

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EUROCONTROL Think Papers

Our 14th issue looks at the joint pan-European system of route charges still and asks if, after 50 years, it is still fit for purpose.