Despite the strong current surge in traffic, the effects of COVID and the war in Ukraine will have long-term implications. We also look at how the target of net zero emissions can be achieved and the biggest driver of reduced net emission will need to be a massive increase in the production, supply and use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).
Our latest Skyway magazine is now out. In this issue we look at the recovery of our industry and the challenges ahead.
"I am confident that aviation will respond and adapt. We must do so – all while maintaining (or improving upon) our safety record. "
From the community
Skyway has always raised eyebrows with engaging articles by prominent leaders and critical thinkers from across the aviation industry and this month this is especially true. Check out our latest issue with articles on:
- Where are we in the aviation recovery?
Henrik Hololei, Director-General of the European Commission's department for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE)
- "Aviation is a force for good"
Grazia Vittadini, Chief Technology and Strategy Officer, Rolls-Royce
- Towards pandemic-resilient airports
Hanne Buis, Chief Operating Officer of the Royal Schiphol Group, with Lotte Harbers, Programme Manager Aviation Security and Public Safety, and Guillaume Burghouwt, Strategy Lead
- "New, radical solutions will be needed to meet our future demands"
Michel Peters, CEO of Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre (NLR) and Vice-Chair of the Association of European Research Establishments in Aeronautics (EREA)
- "For Europe's airports the recovery is cash intensive and revenue weak"
Olivier Jankovec, Director General of ACI EUROPE
- "It's in all of our interests that we accelerate investments in European Air Traffic Management"
Thomas Reynaert, Managing Director of the Airlines for Europe trade association
- Time to rethink infrastructure ownership
Paul Ravenhill of Think Research
- NATO meets climate protection challenges at Geilenkirchen Airbase
Brigadier General Stefan Neumann, Commander E-3A Component, NATO Airborne Early Warning and Control Force
- Making the multimodal dream come true
Josef Doppelbauer, Executive Director at the European Union Agency for Railways
- ENAIRE boosts resilience in European air traffic management
Ángel Luis Arias, Chief Executive Officer at the Spanish Air Navigation Service Provider (ENAIRE)
And these are just the beginning. Download our full issue below to find the full articles and more. Also, be sure to subscribe to get your latest issue as it is published in a digital, or print format.
Skyway is EUROCONTROL's official magazine. Launched in 1996 Skyway has developed into an authoritative voice, examining in depth the major challenges to improving air traffic management (ATM) performance in Europe and globally.