First conceived in the pandemic as a vital recovery planning tool, the Rolling Seasonal Plan has proven its worth by enabling a safe and progressive recovery after COVID, and will contribute in the future to enhanced network performance. It continues to play a major role in helping European aviation to recover by providing aviation’s key actors with the global view they need to plan effectively. An updated version of the Plan is published every Friday, covering a rolling six-week period and consolidating data from 350 airlines, 68 area control centres, 55 airports and 43 States. It is then reviewed every Monday by operational stakeholders in the Ad hoc Enlarged NDOP Recovery Cell, a body that brings Europe’s Network ANSPs, airports, airlines and military Directors of Operations together to enhance performance and tackle issues on a network basis, as inputs for the next edition.
The 100th edition of the EUROCONTROL Network Manager’s European Network Operations Plan (NOP) – Rolling Seasonal Plan – is now live.
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