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European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation

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The European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation, commonly known as Eurocontrol, is an international organisation working to achieve safe and seamless air traffic management across Europe. Founded in 1960, Eurocontrol currently has 41 member states and is headquartered in Brussels, Belgium. The organization employs approximately two thousand people and operates with an annual budget in excess of half a billion Euros.

Although Eurocontrol is not an agency of the European Union, the EU has delegated parts of its Single European Sky regulations to Eurocontrol, making it the central organization for coordination and planning of air traffic control for all of Europe. The EU itself is a signatory of Eurocontrol and all EU member states are presently also members of Eurocontrol.

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Albania    
Armenia    
Austria    
Belgium    
Bosnia & Herzegovina    
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Cyprus    
Czech Republic    
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Finland    
France    
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Hungary    
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Latvia    
Lithuania    
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Malta    
Moldova    
Monaco    
Montenegro    
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North-Macedonia    
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Serbia    
Slovakia    
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Turkey    
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