Croatian Air Traffic in the Integration Process of the Countries of 21st Century Europe
AbstractThe paper analyses the guidelines regarding air traffic developmentin Croatia within the context of integration processesof the European countries, which has been articulated bythe EATCHIP and EATMS project as a unique European airtraffic management. The positive projection of the developmentis based on the re-integration of the intemational airroutes (overflights) with the Croatian interests from thegeotraffic aspect mostly overlapping with the interests ofSlovenia and Bosnia and He1zegovina. As conclusion, a conceptof common strategies of these countries is suggested, in requilingthe operationalisation of air conidors in this part of Europe.
Regulation and Air Traffic control in the European airspace,
at the beginning of the 90s, was divided among 51
regional control centres with 31 different computer systems
of 18 different manufacturers.
EUROCONTROL - European Organisation for the
Safety of Air Navigation.
EA TMS - European Air Traffic Management System.
JAA - Joint Aviation Authorities.
CEATS- Central European Air Traffic Services.
CRCO - Central Route Charges Office.
CNS- Communications, Navigation, Surveillance.
F AA - Federal Aviation Administration.
More about this:: N. Angelo, R. Motzko: 'Recovery of
Civil Aviation in Bosnia-Herzegovina', 43'd Annual Air
Traffic Control Association Conference Proceedings,
Atlantic City, New Jersey USA, 1-5 November 1998, pp.
EANPG - European Air Navigation Planning Group.
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