ENAV announces new Flight Efficiency Plan

Italian airspace is amongst the most crowded and complex in Europe, with more than 2 million flights per annum and airspace boundaries with the Balkans to the East, Germany and France to the North and Malta and Africa to the West and South. ENAV, the Italian Air Navigation Services Provider (ANSP), is now attempting to simplify and increase the capacity of its airspace. In late Mar-2009 it outlined more the details of its Flight Efficiency Plan, initially launched in 2008, which is redrawing the map of its domestic and international flightpaths to optimise capacity and efficiency and reduce flight times.

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