At Brussels Airport, they do everything to create a safe and secure environment for passengers and employees. So every day they’re looking for possibilities to further improve operations, while ensuring that the people who guarantee safe and secure operations can do their jobs in the best possible conditions. How do they do that? By making
In recent years, the digitalisation process has created a huge amount of data at Brussels Airport. The challenge is to handle all this data intelligently and to use it to improve the experience of both passengers and employees. That is how the Airport Operation Plan (AOP) came about: this plan gives airport employees clever insights into
The Airport Operations Plan (AOP) is a concept that was defined by the SESAR Joint Undertaking, a working group of the European Commission that is responsible for optimising European airspace. In order to support airports and air traffic controllers in the implementation of such initiatives to improve European aviation, they can apply for subsidies. In 2017
Thanks to the new APOC (Airport Operations Centre) Schiphol Airport, it is possible to increasingly know more about all partners involved in airport operations, learn more from each other and do more together. Watch the video here
The Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) has launched today a call for proposals under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) for Transport funding instrument, which makes a total of €1.4 billion available for projects aiming to build, upgrade and improve European transport infrastructure. €20 million is available to support SESAR deployment. All info available here.
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