The purpose of this website is:
- For Member States and NSAs to submit information required by the SES Performance and Charging Schemes legislation to the Commission
- For the Performance Review Body to publish its reports, recommendations and communications as well as handle the consultation calendar
- For the wider aviation community to be informed on the SES performance and charging schemes' objectives and achievements.
SES performance in a nutshell
Improving ATM performance is the raison d'être of the Single European Sky initiative. The Performance and Charging Schemes are the regulatory instruments through which the European Commission drives ATM performance in cooperation with the Member States, their National Supervisory Authorities (NSA), and operational stakeholders.
The Schemes set binding targets on Member States to deliver performance-driven air navigation services leading to cheaper flights, less delays, and the saving of unnecessary costs for airlines and passengers. In addition, the environmental impact of air traffic will be reduced due to more efficient and shorter flight paths.
What will you find on this website?
ATM and aviation professionals will find here:
- Quick access to the SES performance regulatory framework - including latest Commission decisions
- All PRB reports – including PRB annual monitoring reports
- Quarterly monitoring of performance indicators through dashboards
- Information on all SES performance-related events: stakeholder consultations, workshops, etc.
How to access it?
Access to the SES performance public data is available to all ATM and aviation professionals through a user account.
The ESSKY application restricted area
This website also contains a restricted area accessible by clicking on 'Report submission' in the website banner. It has two main functions:
- Submission of reports by Member States, National Supervisory Authorities (NSA) and Functional Airspace Block bodies to the European Commission;
- Data Repository of all non-public documents to be shared by the bodies involved in the implementation of the SES performance and charging schemes.
Access rights to the restricted area are managed by the European Commission. They have been pre-registered for the NSA/Member States, in line with the authorisations granted by the Member State representatives at the Single Sky Committee.
Access to the restricted area is now open to authorised NSA/Member States for the submission of the monitoring reports and reporting tables by 1 June 2017. It is reminded that the submission of the reporting tables is to be initiated from the EUROCONTROL ETNA application.
A separate working space dedicated to the PRB will also be created when the new PRB is set up.