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The SES, Single European Sky, is a set of measures aimed at meeting future needs in terms of aviation capacity and aviation safety. These measures are aimed at both the civil and military sectors and focus on regulation, economics, safety, security, the environment, technology and institutions. The aim is to put an end to an organisation of air traffic management which has barely evolved since the 1960s and which is largely responsible for today's air traffic congestion.

A National strike has been called in France from 1900  UTC on the 3rd Feb until 0500 UTC on the 5th Feb 2021, involving all French ACCs and Airports. The strike impact is under assessment by DSNA. At first analysis, the delays should be very limited, they should impact the airports but not the ACCs. NOTAM  F0147/21 refers. A NM teleconference with DGAC/DSNA, ANSPs and Airspace Users will be held on the 03rd of February at 09h00 UTC
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LESU airport is a great unknown due to its special navigation system based only in GPS  La Seu airport is an airport facility belonging to the Generalitat of Cataluña. These facilities were opened in June 2010 with the aim of boosting tourism and economic development in the regions of the Catalan Pyrenees. From the beginning, there have been some changes related to the operations carried out at the aerodrome and to the infrastructures. Due to its location, LESU is a very peculiar airport, located in an environment with a high mountain, and for this reason its facilities have an altitude of 2630 ft. It is operated on a 1,267 m long runway, and has a total of 41 parking stands for rotary wing aircraft and fixed-wing aircraft, in non-simultaneous use. Currently, it has become the first airport in Spain with a published instrument flight manoeuvre based exclusively on GPS. This instrument flight system helps to improve the operation with take-offs and landings in low visibility conditions, which will facilitate the operations of commercial aircraft in said airport. In this way, the infrastructure goes from being a visual approach airport to being an instrumental approach airport. This change, which is now in process, was launched by the Generalitat of Cataluña together with the Government of Andorra in 2017. This project has been supervised by the State Agency for Air Safety (AESA) and promoted by the airport manager of the La Seu d´Urgell-Andorra Airport, Aeropuertos Publicos de Cataluña, ENAIRE, FerroNATS and the Technical University of Madrid (UPM), being at all times coordinated with the Government of Andorra. LESU, is the first case in Spain in which an approximation of this type, only with GPS system,  is published on a runway verified as visual and in an extremely complex orographic and meteorological environment, for which the technical analyses have been carried out with the rigour necessary to guarantee the safety of passengers and crews. This new manoeuvring system is associated with investments for the relocation of the existing radio aids (PAPIS), as well as the performance of calibration and validation flights The entry into force of the manoeuvre has the peculiarity that it will be "in disuse", because of the health crisis of COVID-19. Operators have been prevented travelling to Madrid to complete the mandatory training in FerroNATS. This limitation will be saved as soon as the health situation allows it. In conclusion, as always, Iberosime FS adapts our procedure to the needs of the operator, fly with us to this peculiar airport.   You can find attached some airport chart from LESU AIP  check info ( not use for commercial purpose) Check this virtual approach  By Adrián Caro, Technical Office Engineer Iberosime FS

COVID-19 NOTAM Summary 5th July 2020   Please find a summary of the most significant COVID-19 NOTAM updates in PDF  It makes a distinction on NOTAM content between restrictions on flights, passengers, airports and other requirements.This summary table will be updated daily. NMOC Brussels...


Please find a summary of the most significant COVID-19 NOTAM updates in   PDF. Only NOTAMs explicitly including COVID-19 related information are summarised.All operational stakeholders are requested to consult the most up-to-date AIS publications.Text highlighted in green indicates information with European ATM network impact     APPLY FOR JOB IBEROSIME   

COVID 19 RELATED-NOTAMS WITH NETWORK IMPACT VALID ON 11 MAY 2020 – 1000 UTC Please find a summary of the most significant COVID-19 NOTAM updates in WORD    It makes a distinction on NOTAM content between restrictions on flights, passengers, airports and other requirements.This summary table will be updated...