Central European Air Traffic Services (CEATS)
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1997-06-27 Brussels Belgium
27 Jun 1997, Brussels (Belgium), in the framework of D-XD0823 - EUROCONTROL through T-XT9797 - Agreement Relating to the Provision and Operation of Air Traffic Services and Facilities by EUROCONTROL at the Central European Air Traffic Services Upper Area Control Centre (CEATS Agreement), signed between the National Contracting Parties of Austria, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Rep, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia and Northern Italy.
Implement the Central European Air Traffic Services Agreement; create a single, unified air traffic control system for the upper airspace over 8 nations - Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, the northern part of Italy (Padua), the Slovak Republic and Slovenia; manage the upper airspace of the region in much the same way that the Maastricht UAC has directed the skies over Belgium, Luxembourg (Luxembourg), the Netherlands and north-western Germany; maintain or upgrade current safety levels, while simultaneously offering increased capacity, efficiency and speed over the present scheme; improve economy of flight operations; support access of military users to the airspace.
Programme Directorate (CPD) led by Acting Director and Programme Manager. Management Office (CMO). Units (4): Strategy Planning and Development (CSPDU), Prague (Czech Rep); Research, Development and Simulation Centre (CRDS), Budapest (Hungary); Training Centre (CTC), Forli (Italy), when established; UAC, Vienna (Austria), when established.
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