The European network is heading for a close to full recovery this summer from the pandemic, with traffic expected to reach 90%+ of summer 2019 and up to 33,000 daily flights on peak days. However, while busy summers are always hectic for the network, this year is especially challenging as all actors continue to battle the aftereffects of the COVID-19 pandemic, with staff shortages causing flight cancellations, bottlenecks and delays across Europe. The EUROCONTROL Network Manager (NM) is at the centre of concentrated efforts to minimise the impact of these challenges by supporting and coordinating actions with aircraft operators, airports, air navigation service providers (ANSPs) and other aviation stakeholders.
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