The EU has called for increased collaboration on technology in order to fulfill the benefits of developing a so-called Single European Sky air traffic control system.
The European travel chaos as a result of volcanic ash from a volcano in Iceland came to an end on Thursday as all affected airspace was re-opened.
European airlines on Wednesday were forced to again cancel hundreds of flights while experts say the ash cloud coverage from Grímsvötn is expected to soon dissipate.
Numerous airlines on Tuesday morning were forced to cancel hundreds of flights to and from Scotland and several other regions as the latest volcanic ash crisis continued to intensify.
Eurocontrol, the agency charged with coordinating air traffic management across Europe, said on Monday that it does not expect a significant impact after a volcano erupted in Iceland.
The European Union and Georgia on Friday announced an air transport agreement to integrate the western country into the European common aviation market.
Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Switzerland have signed an agreement towards creating the Single European Sky air traffic control system, the European Union said on Thursday.
An equipment malfunction at Eurocontrol disrupted hundreds of flights over northern Europe Friday afternoon.
Much of Europe’s airspace is closed until further notice due to a massive cloud of dangerous ash spreading southeastward from a volcano in Iceland.