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DANUBE FAB at the World ATM Congress 2018

DANUBE FAB had another excellent representation at World ATM Congress in Madrid at its sixth edition in March 2018 as a part of the world’s largest international air traffic management (ATM) exhibition and conference. During the three-day event DANUBE FAB gave the visitors the opportunity to learn more about its current operations and hosted debates on a wide variety of topics, from competence in ATM to cyber security, addressing the current and future challenges within the ATM domain.

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Thirteenth DANUBE FAB Social Consultation Forum, Sinaia, Romania / 15 February 2018

The thirteenth DANUBE FAB Social Consultation Forum (SCF) was held in Sinaia, Romania on 15 February 2018. The meeting between BULATSA and ROMATSA social partners and management representatives was focused on recent developments in the EU ATM, joint activities and related social aspects. These regular consultations provide a good mechanism for common understanding, collaboration and trust for the benefit of operational and technical progress in both ANSPs.

InterFAB Performance Workshop hosted by DANUBE FAB

DANUBE FAB hosted the first InterFAB Performance Workshop in Sofia on 31 January and 1 February 2018. The workshop was attended by representatives of FABCE, FABEC, Baltic FAB and BLUE MED FAB, as well as delegates from the Republic of Macedonia as observers to DANUBE FAB.

Gate One Position on RP3 the third reference period (2020-2024)

Realizing the great importance of the ongoing process of amending the Single European Sky performance and charging regulatory framework for the third reference period, Gate One partners decided to support the process by agreeing on a common position and sharing it with all the stakeholders involved. The position involves a set of principles Gate One partners would strongly encourage to be reflected during the process of amending the Performance and Charging Schemes. The principles refer mainly to simplification of both regulations in terms of setting clear and universal rules for all pertained stakeholders, focus on local level, more balanced approach to respective categories of targets, or introduction of simpler, more automatic mechanism of revision of performance targets during the reference period. Gate One partners support the more comprehensive position of CANSO and are open to discussion throughout the preparation of aforementioned pieces of legislation.

DANUBE FAB attended the second InterFAB Communication Workshop

On 18-19 January 2018 the FAB communication experts met at the 2nd Inter-FAB Communication Workshop held in Warsaw, Poland. The event is a platform for sharing communication-related best practices and discussing objectives of FABs, their challenges and opportunities. Representatives of six FABs (Baltic FAB, FABEC, FABCE, BLUE MED, DANUBE FAB, Danish-Swedish FAB) were present at the workshop.

High Priority Projects


The establishment of DANUBE FAB is an essential element of the Single European Sky (SES) legislative framework, which creates a system of measures for provision of sufficient capacity for servicing the increasing number of flights over Europe, decreasing the delays, improving the safety and cost-efficiency of the air navigation services.


Our vision is to provide the safest, most secure, efficient and environmentally friendly air-navigation services in south-eastern Europe”. DANUBE FAB strives towards a qualitative transformation of the functional air navigation systems achieving the highest safety standards, providing the highest performing infrastructure for all users in line with a seamless single sky while ensuring effective environmental sustainability.


The objective of the DANUBE FAB, in the airspace under the responsibility of Romania and the Republic of Bulgaria, is to improve capacity, cost-efficiency of the air navigation services and environmental protection by optimising provision of ANS and civil-military cooperation in a process of sustainable development, while increasing the level of safety.

Strategic Objectives

  • Romatsa
  • Bulatsa