• SJU reference # 28 /Release 5
  • Stakeholders
  • Benefits Cost-efficiency
  • Status In the pipeline

Today, when an aircraft leaves one national airspace and enters another, the adjacent centres exchange a basic or minimum set of flight information through an on-line data interchange mechanism known as OLDI. Centres further downstream however, do not get access to this information straight away and must rely on the originally filed flight plan in order to organise their airspace. To address this, SESAR is developing Europe’s first system for continuous exchange of flight information between all actors managing an aircraft at all stages of its journey.


A key enabler for delivering interoperability across all of Europe and enhancing overall network performance and capacity