EUROCONTROL Data Snapshots
Published: 08 Jun 2021
The eleventh EUROCONTROL Data Snapshot tackles the question - Can regulation and focused logistics unlock the availability of sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) at European airports?.
Published: 10 May 2021
The tenth EUROCONTROL Data Snapshot focuses on the overload on the use of Surveillance Radar.
Published: 22 April 2021
The ninth EUROCONTROL Data Snapshot focuses on the fact that the average flight in 2020 was 7.6% shorter than 2019, but the average flight weight fluctuated from month to month quite dramatically compared with the relatively steady levels in 2019.
Published: 23 March 2021
The eighth EUROCONTROL Data Snapshot is dedicated to how costs of air traffic management in Europe became disconnected from traffic around 2008.
Published: 16 March 2021
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Europe’s high-frequency long-haul network is cut by two-thirds.
Published: 09 March 2021
Right now, most routes across the Network are lower frequency and mostly domestic – find out where the flows are in the latest Data Snapshot, which compares 02/2021 and pre-pandemic 02/2020. The new Data Snapshot compares the busy short and medium-haul routes right now, with this time last year, pre-COVID.
Published: 23 Feb 2021
A growing number of empty passenger aircraft are operating freight-only flights, finds our latest Data Snapshot, which looks at the growth of air cargo during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Published: 16 Feb 2021
The fourth EUROCONTROL Data Snapshot expands on the fact that half of CO₂ emissions come from just 6% of flights: the long-haul ones.
COVID-19 cuts to flights have interrupted Airbus’s growing dominance of flights in Europe - EUROCONTROL Data Snapshot #3
Published: 09 Feb 2021
The EUROCONTROL Data Snapshot reveals that COVID-19 has massively reduced the number of flights by Airbus aircraft across the network, reversing a decade-long trend.
Published: 26 Jan 2021
CO2 emissions fell by 57% in the EUROCONTROL network area in 2020 – but, as our latest EUROCONTROL Data Snapshot 2020 shows, that breaks down into big variations across States.
Airline schedules during 2020 were a weaker guide to flights than usual - EUROCONTROL Data Snapshot #1
Published: 12 Jan 2021
In normal times the published airline schedules are a pretty good indicator of how many scheduled flights there will be. However, these are not normal times. One stark indicator of the volatility of COVID-related travel restrictions in the last 10 months is the fraction of scheduled flights which were actually operated, even in the week immediately after the schedule was published.