EUROCONTROL, as the Network Manager (NM), provides operational stakeholders with the most accurate picture of past and future pan-European air traffic demand from several years ahead until the day before operations. This also includes environment data, analysis reports and tools (SAAM and NEST).
All this information is managed by and can be accessed via the Demand Data Repository (DDR). Access to the DDR is restricted (see access conditions below).
Access to the DDR portal is restricted to air navigation service providers (ANSPs) and airline operators (AOs) within Europe, on the basis of approval of a licence agreement and formal acceptance by EUROCONTROL. Airlines are allowed to download (historical or forecast) traffic data for their own fleets only.
As of June 2019, we no longer provide access to the DDR portal to students. To be granted access we require a business email (email addresses such as gmail, hotmail, yahoo and alike will not be accepted).
To access the portal:
- Register to OneSky Online
You can register to OneSky Online in a few minutes and this will allow you to access this and many other EUROCONTROL tools.
- Subscribe to the tool
Once you have registered, log in, and click on the 'Manage' button at the bottom right-hand side of your screen. The page which comes up will allow you to manage the tools you are subscribed to. Find the database in the list, click on it, provide a business justification for requesting access and click on 'Subscribe'.
Your request will be vetted and you will receive confirmation that you can now access the tool. The time this takes depends on the team in charge and the process applied. Once you have received confirmation, log in to OneSky Online, click on the tool which is in your list and enjoy.
If you experience problems accessing or using the tool, please contact us by using the contact form on the bottom right hand-side of this page.
DDR2 Privacy Statement
EUROCONTROL protects your personal data in accordance with EUROCONTROL Regulation on Personal Data Protection - Download our DDR2 Privacy Statement to learn more.