The European Commission has adopted a new framework that will improve interoperability of European air traffic management (ATM) and air navigation services (ANS). The new rules aim to modernise the ATM network while supporting the introduction of new and innovative technologies.
The new framework will reduce complexity within ATM systems and aims to strengthen the European Union Aviation Safety Agency's (EASA) role as the overarching certifying authority for both airborne and ground equipment.
The new rules replace eight Single European Sky interoperability implementing regulations.
Follow this link to review the different elements of the regulation changes.
Follow this link to read EASA's press release on the introduction of the new regulations.