The Network Manager

The Network Manager carries out air traffic management network functions for the European Commission, on behalf of EUROCONTROL which was nominated for this task. Working with its stakeholders, the Network Manager develops and runs the European ATM network (covering 43 countries), with the aim of meeting the Single European Sky’s performance targets. Read more about it.

Latest news

Today marks the launch of the second edition of the European Aviation Environmental Report (EAER), a key document on the overall environmental performance of the aviation sector. Prepared and published by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the EAER draws on close collaboration with EUROCONTROL and with the European Environment Agency (EEA).

9 April 2019
The proposal defines how Europe’s airspace architecture...
4 April 2019
Successful first L-band Digital Aeronautical Communications...
19 March 2019
Record attendance at the NM User Forum 2019 sees the...
7 March 2019
Built with and for stakeholders, this week marked the tenth...

Publications

1 May 2019
The ATFCM Users Manual has been prepared with the main...
1 May 2019
This document is one of the elements of the Network...

Events

4 June 2019 to 5 June 2019

Content overview

Our approach to safety is a pro-active and preventive one:...
The ash cloud crises (2010 and 2011) showed that a network...
The Network Manager provides traffic and delay forecasts...
The Network Manager Operations Centre (NMOC, previously...
The Network Operations planning ensures the seamless...
Airports are a crucial component of the overall aviation...
Communications, Navigation and Surveillance (CNS) are three...
EUROCONTROL delivers unique high-quality training courses,...
The complex operational systems of the Network Manager (NM...
Full list of operational and non-operational contacts and...
The ATM Network Manager function was created by the...

Video

CFMU, the 20-year journey

Take control of your flight plan

The Network Manager - connecting the network

Have a good flight - Airspace design

Fly Series 3 - Fighting delays