Airbus is a global pioneer in the aerospace industry, operating in the commercial aircraft, helicopters, defence and space sectors. Airbus is a leader in designing, manufacturing and delivering aerospace products, services and solutions to customers on a worldwide scale. The largest aeronautics and space company in Europe and a worldwide leader, Airbus builds the most innovative commercial aircraft.

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is the main international airport of the Netherlands. It is located 9 kilometres southwest of Amsterdam, and handles more than 70 million passengers a year, ranking third on the list of Europe’s busiest airports.

ENAV is the Italian Air Navigation Service Provider. It manages the airspace from 45 control towers and 4 Area Control Centers. ENAV delivers safety and on time performances to the millions of passengers who fly in Italian sky, contributing to the growth of Italian and European air transport with efficiency and innovation.

Headquartered in Paris, France, Direction des Services de la Navigation Aérienne (DSNA) is an agency under the French Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC). DSNA’s employees provide communication, navigation and surveillance services for the nation’s airspace users and are also responsible for supplying and distributing aeronautical information essential for flight operations.

With an activity divided between passenger transport, cargo transport and aeronautical maintenance, Air France is a major air transport player. Air France, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Transavia make up the Air France-KLM Group. The leading group in terms of intercontinental traffic on departure from Europe, Air France-KLM is a major player in the global air transport industry.

EUROCONTROL is a pan-European, civil-military organisation dedicated to supporting European aviation. EUROCONTROL is committed to implement, together with its partners, the European Union’s vision for a Single European Sky that will deliver the Air Traffic Management (ATM) performance required for the twenty-first century and beyond.

Groupe ADP develops and manages airports, including Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris-Orly and Paris-Le Bourget. In 2022, the group handled through its brand Paris Aéroport 86.7 million passengers at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly, and nearly 193.7 million passengers in airports abroad. Boasting an exceptional geographic location and a major catchment area, the Group is pursuing its strategy of adapting and modernizing its terminal facilities and upgrading quality of services; the group also intends to develop its retail and real estate businesses.

Leonardo develops multi-domain capabilities in the Aerospace, Defence and Security sector. The company plays a prominent role in major international strategic programmes and is a trusted technological partner of governments, defence agencies, institutions and enterprises. Innovation, continuous research, digital manufacturing and sustainability are the cornerstones of Leonardo’s business worldwide.

Deep Blue is a research and consultancy firm addressing ultimate socio-technical challenges. Deep Blue focuses on helping organisations innovate and grow their businesses through human-centred design solutions.

ALTYS Technologies is a provider of advanced technologies and systems including both software and hardware solutions for the air transport industry. ALTYS finds innovative ways to apply new digital technologies to the airport and air traffic management industries.

ENAIRE is the leading air navigation and aeronautical information service provider in Spain, the fourth largest in Europe by traffic volume and one of the most important in the world. ENAIRE provides air traffic services to 2 million flights carrying over 250 million passengers each year.

Deutsche Lufthansa AG is the flag carrier of Germany. It is the second-largest airline in Europe in terms of passengers carried and, with over 700 aircraft, one of the largest airline fleets in the world. Lufthansa’s main operations base is at Frankfurt Airport, with a secondary hub at Munich Airport.

NATS is the UK’s leading provider of air traffic control services, serving 15 of the UK’s biggest airports, and “en-route” air traffic services for aircraft flying through UK airspace. In a typical year pre-Covid, NATS handles over 2.5 million flights and 250 million passengers travelling over the UK and across the North Atlantic.

ESSP specialises in the operations and provision of satellite-based services for aviation through EGNOS, the European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service, which makes it suitable for safety critical applications such as landing aircrafts.

DFS is the German air navigation service provider. Every year, DFS ensures that millions of passengers reach their destinations safely, efficiently, and in an environmentally friendly manner (including aircraft noise reduction).

The Polish Air Navigation Services Agency ensures safety of passengers in thousands manned flights over Poland, covering one of the biggest airspace in Europe: over 334,000 km2. As an organisation that is strategically oriented to effective airspace management, PANSA also focuses on matters of sustainable development and innovation.

skeyes is an autonomous public company in charge of the safety of air traffic in the civil airspace for which the Belgian State is responsible. skeyes provides all the essential services to manage and control the air traffic safely,with a focus on optimising costs and punctuality, increasing capacity, and ensuring the sustainable development of air traffic.

Airtel provides Air Traffic Management telecommunication software and test equipment to make aviation safer, greener and more efficient. A global leader in Data Link systems, its solutions enable over 6,000 aircraft to connect to the ATC network.

İGA (İstanbul Grand Airport) was founded in 2013 to construct and operate Istanbul Airport for 25 years. Istanbul Airport is the main international airport serving Istanbul, Turkey, following the closure of Atatürk Airport for scheduled passenger flights. It served more than 37 million passengers in 2021, making it the busiest airport in Europe and 13th-busiest airport in the world in terms of total passenger traffic.

EasyJet is a British multinational low-cost airline group which operates 308 aircraft, with domestic and international scheduled services on 927 routes in more than 34 countries. With 29 bases across Europe, in 2014, the airline carried more than 65 million passengers.

Transavia is the largest low-cost airline in the Netherlands, offering regular medium-haul and charter flights from six main bases in France and the Netherlands to Europe (over 100 destinations), the Mediterranean basin, and Asia (Dubai). Their planes also take off from around 20 other countries in Europe and around the Mediterranean.

Operating Brussels Airport, an international airport of Brussels. In 2019, more than 26 million passengers arrived or departed at Brussels Airport, making it the 24th busiest airport in Europe.

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Corsica is a regional consular chamber resulting from the merger of the Chambre de commerce et d’industrie d’Ajaccio et de la Corse-du-Sud and the Chambre de commerce et d’industrie de Bastia et de la Haute-Corse.

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is the flag carrier airline of the Netherlands, headquartered in Amstelveen, with its hub at nearby Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. It is part of the Air France–KLM group. The oldest operating airline in the world, with a fleet of 110 it operates scheduled passenger and cargo services to 145 destinations