According to projections, Europe will see a doubling in demand for air transport by 2030. In order to manage this increased capacity, air traffic control or Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) will need improved technologies to help communicate, coordinate and share information among themselves and with aircrafts.

SESAR technologies will allow ANSPs to retrieve more accurate information on the position and trajectory of the aircraft. Consequently, ANSPs will deliver a better quality of service at a lower unit cost for airspace users.

DSNA (France), DFS (Germany), ENAV (Italy), ENAIRE (Spain), and NATS (En Route) Ltd (United Kingdom), AT-One, Skyguide, B4 consortium and Coopans are already SESAR members.

Other Stakeholders: CANSO - IFATSEA