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  • Article on Air Traffic Management Net

    A short article about the COMPAIR project was  published on  Air Traffic Management Net  (https://airtrafficmanagement.keypublishing.com/2018/06/compair-contrast/). The article describes the current situation in the ATM domain and the various ways of decreasing fragmentation, achieving higher efficiency and reducing costs that were researched and proposed by the COMPAIR project. 

  • ACI Europe presentation

    Roland Guraly, general manager of Slot Consulting will deliver a presentation on the Compair project at an ACI Europe – SESAR workshop on the 12th of April in Malta. Please visit the website of the event for more information: http://www.sesarju.eu/node/2989

  • Meeting with DG Move

    25 January 2018

    Brussels, Belgium

    The COMPAIR consortium together with the project officers from the SJU met the experts from DG Move in the afternoon of the 25th of January. The meeting was initiated by the project to understand what are the forthcoming measures to be made to initiate more competition in the field of air navigation. The consortium presented its results, including the calculation how much benefits more competition would bring the European economy. More should be done in this field and proper actions as a result of meeting with DG move.

  • COMPAIR Final Project Review meeting

    26 January 2018

    Brussels, Belgium

    The COMPAIR consortium presented its progress to the SESAR Joint Undertaking on the 26th of January in Brussels. The results of the project was well received by the SJU and the SESAR experts highlighted that more work should be done in this field. COMPAIR will make presentations at the upcoming TRA and CIT conference and the consortium is ready to disseminate related information even beyond the lifetime of the project.

  • Seventh SESAR Innovation Days

    28-30 November 2017

    Belgrade, Serbia

    The COMPAIR Consortium has participated at the Seventh SESAR Innovation Days what was held in Belgrade between the 28th – 30th of November 2017.

    Consortium members Dr. Eef Delhaye from Transport and Mobility Leuven and Javier Torres from Nommon have delivered two presentations on the first day afternoon session.

    Dr. Eef Delhaye delivered a presentation titled “Ownership Form & Air Navigation Service Provider Performance”. The presentation was discussing how the various ownership models of an ANSP could influence the competition, efficiency, costs and willingness to invest into technological advance.


    Javier Torres delivered a presentation titled “An Agent-Based Auction Model for the Analysis of the introduction of Competition in ATM". The presentation was providing an insight into the work of the Nommon in the frame of the COMPAIR project where they have developed an agent-based model to simulate the outcomes of the competition with different variables applied to it.

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