Sesar Deployment Framework Partnership Agreement

The fragmentation of the structure of European airspace is inefficient and more expensive than comparable regions around the world. The European Commission`s Single European Sky initiative, of which the use of SESAR is an important pillar, will improve efficiency, reduce delays and improve environmental performance. The SESAR-DFP PROGRAMME has made considerable efforts and has shown a strong willingness to be implemented at an early stage, facilitating and ultimately facilitating and ultimately, in response to the call for proposals from the 2014 MIE Transport Conference, a considerable number of implementation projects with a significant positive impact on performance. Although the MDS did not yet exist at the time of the implementation of the MIE`s call for transport in 2014, all the partners of the SRDar DFP have committed themselves “to the Constitution” and are strongly committed to this process. Within two months of its formal implementation, the MDS was able to scan project proposals received from operational stakeholders in accordance with the PCP Regulation and provide them with the expertise and advice needed to further develop qualitative applications. This early implementation resulted in the allocation of 84 implementation projects, which could be considered pioneering work for the coordinated and synchronized use of SESAR. The Chief Operating Officer submits the proposal for the operational programme and any proposed amendments to the Commission for approval. Given that SESAR DFP has established a network between all implementation partners with SDM at its centre, SESAR DFP covers, by definition and by construction, a large part of the fast-growing ATM network. The SDM will actively work to ensure that the extension of the SESAR PROGRAMME applies to all European stakeholders needed to implement the PCP.

As such, the entire ATM community could be associated with use in Europe, not only as an implementation partner, but also as an integral part of the sesar deployment partnership agreement or through bilateral cooperation agreements. On October 10, in response to notices of interest, SESAR`s Deployment Director provided targeted feedback to operational stakeholders to better structure future candidate implementation projects and develop a more coherent and integrated proposal. As part of the harmonization between different stakeholders and the pooling of similar or parallel initiatives, the MDS explored overlapping initiatives and highlighted the possibility of presenting a joint multi-party initiative. Specific contacts have been highlighted to prepare the ground for bilateral contacts. In addition, SDM will use the first round of implementation projects (probably on November 3 for DLS implementation projects, the first round is scheduled for November 17) to identify candidates who could be brought together to better synchronize and defragment the availability of the PCP. As a party agreement, the grant agreement is fully linked to Regulation 1/58 on the language regime. No no. First, the deployment program is “only” an overview of the joint pilot project.

This implies that implementation, where it is necessary to implement, by whom and until when, is prescribed by the SDM regulation. In this context, the added value of SDM is to draw on industry expertise to define the best way to organize a portfolio of implementation projects that, when completed, all together complete what, place, who and time set by the PCP.