The Borealis Alliance ANSPs place environment at the highest level of their priorities and intend to intensify their efforts to contribute substantially to the “European Green Deal”.
Eurocontrol's Aviation Sustainability Briefing magazine recently published an interview with Borealis Alliance Executive Director Reynir Sigurdsson on how the Alliance has transformed the way airlines fly through Northern Europe.
Ivar Värk, Chairman of the Management Board and CEO of Estonian Air Navigation Services (EANS), is the new Chairman of the board of Borealis Alliance. Mr Vark takes over from Ann Persson Grivas, Director General of LFV, Air Navigation Services of Sweden, who has been Chairman for the last two years.
Today (2 December 2021), NATS, the UK’s air navigation services provider, implemented the latest steps in the Borealis Alliance Free Route Airspace (FRA) Programme, and the first deployment of FRA in the UK.
The Borealis Alliance is a pioneer in the implementation of a complete, truly cross-border, free route airspace (FRA) amongst the airspace managed by its nine members. Whilst full implementation has been slowed down by the COVID crisis and is now planned by end 2023, partial FRA implementation has already delivered very substantial benefits.
The Borealis Alliance Board, consisting of leaders from nine European Air Navigation Service Providers have recently reaffirmed their intention to collaborate on future initiatives and reiterated their commitment to the original Alliance Vision “To be the leading ANSP Alliance that enables its members to drive better performance for stakeholders through business collaboration.”
The Borealis Alliance wishes its partners, colleagues, and followers from around the world a Merry Christmas and a happy new year.
Ann Persson Grivas, Director General of LFV, Air Navigation Services of Sweden, is the new Chairman of the board of the Borealis Alliance, and Anders Kirsebom, CEO of Avinor Air Navigation Services in Norway, is the new Vice-Chair of the Borealis Alliance.
Interview with Ásgeir Pálsson, who - by the end of October - will leave his post as chairman of the board of the Borealis Alliance and as CEO for ISAVIA.
The Borealis Alliance, a business-driven Alliance of Air Navigation Service Providers in Europe, has announced the appointment of its new Policy and Regulatory Director, Mr Francois Huet.
The Borealis Alliance is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Vice-Chair of its Board. Ms Ann Persson Grivas, Director General of LFV, Air Navigation Services of Sweden.
The Borealis Alliance is seeking a talented individual to join the Executive Management team as its Policy & Regulatory Director, to be based full time in Brussels.
The Borealis Alliance, the leading alliance of nine North European Air Navigation Service Providers, has appointed Reynir Sigurðsson as its new Executive Director.
EU Aviation stakeholders sign joint declarationon the future of the Single European Sky. The signatories call on the EU Institutions and Members States to take the necessary steps to implement the joint declaration adopted today, outlining their shared commitment to improving Europe’s airspace.
The Borealis Alliance is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Vice-Chair of its Board. Mr Tanel Rautits, Chairman of the Management Board and CEO of the Estonian Air Navigation Service Provider, EANS (Lennuliiklusteeninduse Aktsiaselts)
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