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COVID-19: latest air traffic situation

Europe’s current air traffic situation

Total flights
20,786
Airborne flights
3,311
Landed flights
12,243
Planned flights
5,232
Delays (minutes)
6,694

Highlights

All the latest developments and innovations

Upcoming major events

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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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Stakeholder event

EASA Annual Safety Conference 2021

Focusing on Safety in Air Traffic Management, the 2021 EASA Safety Aviation Conference is delivered by EASA in partnership with EUROCONTROL and in cooperation with the Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the EU

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Stakeholder Forum
Strategic webinar

EUROCONTROL Stakeholder Forum on the European air navigation charges model

Is the pan-European air navigation charges model still fit for purpose?

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EUROCONTROL Data Snapshots

Our latest issue #19 is about business aviation in Europe holding onto its ‘best recovery from COVID-19’ trophy, for now.

Aviation Sustainability Briefing

Aviation Sustainability Briefing

Our 3rd issue features Eamonn Brennan's interview on some of the key findings of our upcoming study on the climate change risks for European aviation.

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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 12 October 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.