How to manage the aerial boom

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New companies, with lower costs and prices, have allowed the most of the population realize the dream of traveling.  Aviation  today more than never a means of transport of reference and also one of the safest - will play a decisive role in the economic development of the 21st century, contributing to the growth of emerging countries and the democratization of transport.

In Europe, the sector faces important challenges that will mark its evolution in the next decades. In a context of growing demand, and facing the problems of capacity that some airports suffer, the pressure on the European air system and its operators. And, Spain, where tourism is the main driver of economic growth and that has become a destination shelter, will be one of the markets that will test the traffic management system aerial of the future. So far, inefficiencies in air traffic management have resulted in unnecessary delays, cost increases and higher dioxide emissions carbon.

The challenge is not new, but it remains unresolved since the solution to face this growth in passengers and facilitate mobility: the project of creation of a Single European Sky, progresses slowly. In this way, now more than never, the need for greater public-private collaboration for modernize the air space. With this objective, it is vital that governments, airports and technology providers as Thales redouble their efforts to promote the SESAR program (Single European Sky ATM Research), whose purpose is the implementation in 2020 of a network of management of high-performance air traffic. An integrated and common vision that, through the establishment of new procedures and technologies, allow raffle the congestion and manage the expected increase in demand in the medium term.