Weekly review #74- 11th November

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Posted by Vincent Lambercy

Social distancing measures have dealt a harsh blow to the industry. From passenger numbers to training, COVID-19 has put a spanner in the work of progress.


With less time and resources available, experts are looking to alternative and innovative measures to tackle the crisis. Our interview pages features a series of exclusive and insightful chats with the people that are using their knowledge and experience to find new ways to work through it. 


Here are a couple of our most recent chats with regard to the use of simulators: 

You can checkout the full catalogue of our interviews here and here. Let us know who you'd like to hear from next! 

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Context information

  • EUROCONTROL Five-Year Forecast 2020-2024 - In the most optimistic scenario, traffic is forecast to return to 2019 levels by 2024. However, in the second scenario (most likely), 2024 traffic would only be at 92% of the 2019 figure. In the third scenario, traffic in 2024 would be 75% of the 2019 figure and would not reach numbers seen in 2019 until 2029.

  • COOPANS Peter Kearney, IAA, appointed chair of the COOPANS Alliance Board - Mr. Peter Kearney, Chief Executive of IAA, has become the Chairperson of the COOPANS Alliance Board. He takes over from Ms Ann Persson Grivas, Director General LFV, who held the position since 2018.

  • CANSO Europe publishes initial position on SES2+ - CANSO and its members, the air navigation service providers (ANSPs) from 34 European countries, including 26 EU Member States, are fully committed to making the European Commission’s Single European Sky (SES) vision a reality, and have published an initial position on the Single European Sky 2 (SES2 ).

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