2015 12 November,
Today, 12 November 2015, the North European Functional Airspace Block, NEFAB introduces major changes in airspace structure and air traffic management systems, contributing to improved flexibility and cost-efficient operational opportunities for airspace users in Estonia, Finland, Latvia and Norway. This is a real example of commitment to the targets of the Single European Sky, creating less fragmented airspace in Europe.
2015 08 August,
Project Goal: In 2010 came a new challenge for air navigation community: EU commission regulation 73/2010 with detailed requirements on the quality of aeronautical data and aeronautical information for Single European Sky was published. This regulation changed the way how European countries generate, process and distribute aeronautical data.
2015 11 June,
Chairman of the Board of “Latvijas gaisa satiksme” met with Mr Raine Luojus, Senior Vice President and Director of Air Navigation Services of Finavia and other corporation representatives. The main questions discussed were LGS and Finavia cooperation, NEFAB and Borealis development and other questions.
2015 02 June,
Chairman of the SJSC „Latvijas gaisa satiksme” (LGS) Davids Taurins introduced representatives of the Eurocontrol member-states with the aviation industry in Latvia and achievements of LGS. Mr.Taurins presented the modern technological supply and highly professional personnel of LGS what serves as a guarantee of high quality service and safety performance. At the end of the presentation, Mr.Taurins welcomed everyone to enjoy an exhibition of a Latvian photographer Gunars Dukste „Latvia. Paintings from Above”.
2015 09 March,
The National Supervisory Authorities (NSAs) responsible for regulating civil aviation in nine North European States have agreed to work together to support a major programme delivering Free Route Airspace across Northern Europe, in what is a major step forward for the Single European Sky initiative.
2015 12 February,
The Borealis Alliance of nine European Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) has today announced the launch of a programme to deliver seamless and integrated free route airspace across the whole of Northern Europe by 2020.