Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) – Single European Sky - SESAR
The objective in the area is to support the timely and efficient implementation of the Single European Sky (SES), in particular the deployment of SESAR (Single European Sky ATM Research and Development).
The achievement of this objective requires improving the performance of air traffic management (ATM) in Europe by modernising and harmonising ATM systems, synchronising the deployment of essential ATM functionalities, enhancing civil-military interoperability, reducing fragmentation and consolidating the provision of air navigation services.
The SESAR project represents the technological pillar of the Single European Sky. It aims to modernise ATM in Europe and to provide the Union with a high performing ATM infrastructure that will enable the safe, efficient and environmentally friendly operation and development of air transport.
515 miljoen euro
Pursuant to Article 9 of the CEF Regulation, only those proposals submitted by one of the following types of applicants are eligible:
- One or more Member States;
- With the agreement of the Member States concerned, international organisations, joint undertakings, or public or private undertakings or bodies established in Member States.
Proposals may be submitted by entities which do not have legal personality under the applicable national law, provided that their representatives have the capacity to undertake legal obligations on their behalf and offer guarantee for the protection of the Union's financial interests equivalent to that offered by legal persons.
Proposals submitted by natural persons are not eligible.
Third countries and entities established in third countries may participate in actions contributing to projects of common interest where necessary in order to achieve the objectives of a given project of common interest. They may not receive financial assistance except where it is indispensable to the achievement of the objectives of a given project of common interest.
In such cases and pursuant to Article 8(1) of the TEN-T Guidelines, applications may be presented by neighbouring countries or entities established in neighbouring countries, with the agreement of a Member State.
Any applicant that cannot provide the agreement of the Member State concerned shall not be eligible.
Proposals submitted to this call for proposals under the priority "Motorways of the Sea" must include applicants from (and be supported by) a minimum of two different Member States.
For multi-applicant proposals a coordinator must be designated.
Applicants may designate affiliated entities within the meaning of Article 122(2)(b) of the Financial Regulation, for the purpose of supporting the implementation of the action submitted for 4 Regulation (EU) No 1315/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 December 2013 on Union guidelines for the development of the trans-European transport network and repealing Decision No 661/2010/EU, OJ L 348 of 20.12.2013, p.1. - 7 - funding. Such affiliated entities shall comply with the eligibility criteria for applicants as specified in Section 7.1 of the multi-annual work programme.
Info & contact
Op maandag 30 november 2015 vindt over de CEF-oproepen een Europese infodag plaats, georganiseerd door de Europese Commissie in samenwerking met het Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA). Inschrijven kan via deze link.
Op woensdag 2 december 2015 vindt over de CEF-oproepen een Vlaamse infodag plaats, georganiseerd door het Departement Mobiliteit en Openbare Werken en vleva. Inschrijven kan via deze link.
Nationaal contactpunt Connecting Europe Facility – onderdeel vervoer
Departement Mobiliteit en Openbare Werken (MOW)