Budapest 2.0: The international collaboration demonstrating ATM developments with live traffic has been completed
Air traffic in the Hungarian airspace grew by 2 to 3% monthly in the peak summer months. This increase is significant considering the drastic, 20% traffic increase in the past two years.
The European Satellite Services Provider (ESSP) announces that on 15th September, the first EGNOS-based approaches implemented in Hungarian territory became effective at Budapest Airport.
The European Commission recommends two Air Traffic Management (ATM) development projects – elaborated by HungaroControl’s experts – for funding.