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SESAR Deployment Manager was set up by the European Commission to synchronise and coordinate the deployment of Air Traffic Management modernisation projects across Europe as part of the Single European Sky Initiative (SES).

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SESAR DEPLOYMENT MANAGER ON COURSE TO CONTRIBUTE TO 522,000 TONNE CO2 CUT IN AVIATION BY 2030


‘SESAR DM has helped deliver 112 Air Traffic Management projects in just over four years’, delegates at a conference on the future of aviation heard last week

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM, Thursday 13th June 2019: Air Traffic Management (ATM) modernisation projects overseen by SESAR Deployment Manager (SESAR DM) will deliver a cut of over 552,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions, the equivalent of planting one million trees, by 2030, delegates heard at the SESAR: Delivering the Future of Aviation Together Conference in Bucharest, Romania, last week.

SESAR DM’s first 112 completed ATM projects across Europe will save 12 million flight minutes equating to EUR484m savings, and will generate over EUR10bn performance benefits by 2030.

The completed 112 ATM projects across Europe are part of the Single European Sky Initiative (SES), launched by the European Commission (EC) in 2004 to modernise Europe’s ATM system.

There are 237 other projects in progress that will, once completed, bring additional performance benefits to the European passengers, citizens and economy.

“SESAR DM brings together all ATM stakeholders, from airlines, air navigation service providers and airports, to the military and the manufacturing industry, in a true collaboration to make air transport better,” Nicolas Warinsko, General Manager, SESAR DM told delegates at the event.

“In just over four years since SESAR DM was set up, we have developed expertise and gained buy-in and trust from the ATM industry, and we deliver.”

SESAR DM was set up by the EC to synchronise and coordinate the deployment of ATM modernisation projects across Europe.

The EC is currently reviewing its future, with some criticising the speed of the deployment of SES initiatives.

“It is clear that ATM in Europe is at capacity, continuous growth is resulting in delays not seen before,” Christine Berg, Head of Single European Sky Unit, DG MOVE, EC, told delegates.

“In 2018, European air traffic grew by 18 percent, but delays grew by 273 percent.

“Have we achieved our objectives since the launch of SES 14 years ago? I would say no.”

The event, organised in conjunction with the Romanian Air Traffic Services Administration (ROMATSA) and supported by the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO), brought together over 150 SESAR DM stakeholders, and included an interactive panel discussion on challenges and opportunities for SESAR DM.

During the debate, Andreas Eichinger, Vice-President Operational Planning, Frankfurt Airport, pointed out that for an industry which is often slow to embrace change, relatively speaking, projects were being completed at almost lightning speed.

“SESAR DM is at a turning point, but we have developed valuable assets, and kept industry involved, with the military having a voice for perhaps the first time,” said Warinsko.

“We believe staying together is important. The aviation industry must remain in the cockpit for modernising ATM.”

In an audience poll organised during the event, over 75 percent voted to  agree, or strongly agree, that SESAR DM is delivering.

The European Commission (EC) aims to have the future direction for SESAR DM in place before the end of 2019 following on from recommendations  set out in the Report of the Wise Person’s Group on the Future Of The Single European Sky, published in April 2019.

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About SESAR Deployment Manager

The SESAR Deployment Manager (SDM) function is defined by the Article 9 of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) N°409/2013.

Under the oversight of the European Commission, the SDM function consists of the synchronisation and the coordination of the deployment of the Common Projects. A Common Project is a Commission Implementing Regulation which mandates the implementation of the most essential operational changes in the European ATM Master Plan by the Member States of the European Union and their operational stakeholders.

The first Common Project is known as the Pilot Common Project (PCP) and is defined by the Regulation (EU) N°716/2014. The SDM synchronises and coordinates implementation against the SESAR Deployment Programme which is a project view of the Common Projects organising their implementation into optimum sequences of activities by all the stakeholders required to implement. To develop and maintain the SESAR Deployment Programme in close consultation with all the stakeholders is another important task under the SDM function.

The SDM function is performed by the SESAR Deployment Alliance (SDA). The SDA is a “Not-for-Profit” International Association (AISBL) set-up under Belgian Law and composed of leading airlines, airports and air navigation service providers – the managers and users of Europe’s airspace. They are committed to the principle of the Single European Sky and to deploying the technologies that will deliver it to create customer and environmental efficiencies. SDA currently coordinates the implementation of 300 Air Traffic Management modernization projects of which 74 already completed and bringing benefits to the European passenger.

For more information, visit sesardeploymentmanager.eu, follow us on Twitter @SESAR_DM or follow us on LinkedIn

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SESAR DEPLOYMENT MANAGER ON COURSE TO CONTRIBUTE TO 522,000 TONNES CO2 CUT IN AVIATION BY 2030

‘SESAR DM has helped deliver 112 Air Traffic Management projects in just over four years’, delegates at a conference on the future of aviation heard last week.

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM, Thursday 13th June 2019: Air Traffic Management (ATM) modernisation projects overseen by SESAR Deployment Manager (SESAR DM) will deliver a cut of over 552,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions, the equivalent of planting one million trees, by 2030, delegates heard at the SESAR: Delivering the Future of Aviation Together Conference in Bucharest, Romania, last week.

SESAR DM’s first 112 completed ATM projects across Europe will save 12 million flight minutes equating to EUR484m savings, and will generate over EUR10bn performance benefits by 2030.

The completed 112 ATM projects across Europe are part of the Single European Sky Initiative (SES), launched by the European Commission (EC) in 2004 to modernise Europe’s ATM system.

There are 237 other projects in progress that will, once completed, bring additional performance benefits to the European passengers, citizens and economy.

“SESAR DM brings together all ATM stakeholders, from airlines, air navigation service providers and airports, to the military and the manufacturing industry, in a true collaboration to make air transport better,” Nicolas Warinsko, General Manager, SESAR DM told delegates at the event.

“In just over four years since SESAR DM was set up, we have developed expertise and gained buy-in and trust from the ATM industry, and we deliver.”

SESAR DM was set up by the EC to synchronise and coordinate the deployment of ATM modernisation projects across Europe.

The EC is currently reviewing its future, with some criticising the speed of the deployment of SES initiatives.

“It is clear that ATM in Europe is at capacity, continuous growth is resulting in delays not seen before,” Christine Berg, Head of Single European Sky Unit, DG MOVE, EC, told delegates.

“In 2018, European air traffic grew by 18 percent, but delays grew by 273 percent.

“Have we achieved our objectives since the launch of SES 14 years ago? I would say no.”

The event, organised in conjunction with the Romanian Air Traffic Services Administration (ROMATSA) and supported by the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO), brought together over 150 SESAR DM stakeholders, and included an interactive panel discussion on challenges and opportunities for SESAR DM.

During the debate, Andreas Eichinger, Vice-President Operational Planning, Frankfurt Airport, pointed out that for an industry which is often slow to embrace change, relatively speaking, projects were being completed at almost lightning speed.

“SESAR DM is at a turning point, but we have developed valuable assets, and kept industry involved, with the military having a voice for perhaps the first time,” said Warinsko.

“We believe staying together is important. The aviation industry must remain in the cockpit for modernising ATM.”

In an audience poll organised during the event, over 75 percent voted to  agree, or strongly agree, that SESAR DM is delivering.

The European Commission (EC) aims to have the future direction for SESAR DM in place before the end of 2019 following on from recommendations  set out in the Report of the Wise Person’s Group on the Future Of The Single European Sky, published in April 2019.

Ends

About SESAR Deployment Manager

The SESAR Deployment Manager (SDM) function is defined by the Article 9 of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) N°409/2013.

Under the oversight of the European Commission, the SDM function consists of the synchronisation and the coordination of the deployment of the Common Projects. A Common Project is a Commission Implementing Regulation which mandates the implementation of the most essential operational changes in the European ATM Master Plan by the Member States of the European Union and their operational stakeholders.

The first Common Project is known as the Pilot Common Project (PCP) and is defined by the Regulation (EU) N°716/2014. The SDM synchronises and coordinates implementation against the SESAR Deployment Programme which is a project view of the Common Projects organising their implementation into optimum sequences of activities by all the stakeholders required to implement. To develop and maintain the SESAR Deployment Programme in close consultation with all the stakeholders is another important task under the SDM function.

The SDM function is performed by the SESAR Deployment Alliance (SDA). The SDA is a “Not-for-Profit” International Association (AISBL) set-up under Belgian Law and composed of leading airlines, airports and air navigation service providers – the managers and users of Europe’s airspace. They are committed to the principle of the Single European Sky and to deploying the technologies that will deliver it to create customer and environmental efficiencies. SDA currently coordinates the implementation of 300 Air Traffic Management modernization projects of which 74 already completed and bringing benefits to the European passenger.

For more information, visit sesardeploymentmanager.eu, follow us on Twitter @SESAR_DM or follow us on LinkedIn

Let’s deliver together.

About SESAR Deployment Manager

The SESAR Deployment Manager (SDM) function is defined by the Article 9 of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) N°409/2013. Under the oversight of the European Commission, the SDM function consists of the synchronisation and the coordination of the deployment of the Common Projects.

A Common Project is a Commission Implementing Regulation which mandates the implementation of the most essential operational changes in the European ATM Master Plan by the Member States of the European Union and their operational stakeholders.The first Common Project is known as the Pilot Common Project (PCP) and is defined by the Regulation (EU) N°716/2014.The SDM synchronises and coordinates implementation against the SESAR Deployment  Programme which is a project view of the Common Projects organizing their implementation into optimum sequences of activities by all the stakeholders required to implement.To develop and maintain the SESAR Deployment Programme in close consultation with all the stakeholders is another important task under the SDM function.The SDM function is performed by the SESAR Deployment Alliance (SDA). The SDA is a “Not-for-Profit” International Association (AISBL) set-up under Belgian Law and composed of leading airlines, airports and air navigation service providers –the managers and users of Europe’s airspace. They are committed to the principle of the Single European Sky and to deploying the technologies that will deliver it to create customer and environmental efficiencies.

 

SESAR DM’s first 112 completed ATM projects across Europe will save 12 million flight minutes equating to EUR484m savings, and will generate over EUR10 billion performance benefits by 2030. SESAR DM has already overseen the completion of 112 ATM projects across Europe, which are part of the Single European Sky Initiative (SES),  launched by the European Commission (EC) in 2004 to modernise Europe’s ATM system. There are 237 other projects in progress that will, once completed, bring additional performance benefits to the European passengers, citizens and economy. (figures June 2019)

 

For more information visit sesardeploymentmanager.eu

 

Let’s deliver together.

Our Vision

The objective of SESAR is to modernise European ATM by defining, developing and delivering new or improved technologies and procedures (SESAR Solutions).

SESAR’s vision builds on the notion of trajectory-based operations’ and relies on the provision of air navigation services (ANS) in support of the execution of the business or mission trajectory — meaning that aircraft can fly their preferred trajectories without being constrained by airspace configurations.

SESAR Deployment Manager

The SESAR Deployment Manager (SDM) function is defined by the Article 9 of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) N°409/2013. Under the oversight of the European Commission, the SDM function consists of the synchronisation and the coordination of the deployment of the Common Projects. A Common Project is a Commission Implementing Regulation which mandates the implementation of the most essential operational changes in the European ATM Master Plan by the Member States of the European Union and their operational stakeholders. The first Common Project is known as the Pilot Common Project (PCP) and is defined by the Regulation (EU) N°716/2014. The SDM synchronises and coordinates implementation against the SESAR Deployment Programme which is a project view of the Common Projects organizing their implementation into optimum sequences of activities by all the stakeholders required to implement. To develop and maintain the SESAR Deployment Programme in close consultation with all the stakeholders is another important task under the SDM function.