State Level Structures

The State level structures are responsible for the implementation and operation of FAB CE when imposed by the SES legislation. The FAB CE Agreement establishes the following state-level structures: 

  • FAB CE Council

Established as the highest joint decision-making body for the purposes of the implementation, operation and further development of the FAB CE Agreement.

  • Joint Civil Military Airspace Coordination Committee (JC-MACC)

Established to institutionally cover the civil-military cooperation with respect to the FAB CE aiming at strategic coordination of national airspace management and airspace design policies, ATFCM processes and civil-military cooperation of all FAB CE States.

  • National Supervisory Authorities Coordination Committee (NSA CC)

Established to exercise the tasks outlined in the FAB CE and NSA Cooperation Agreements.
If deemed necessary for implementation, operation and further development of the FAB CE, the FAB CE Council may establish other bodies.

ANSP Level Structures

In line with the anticipated enhanced cooperation among the ANSPs in FABs, the FAB CE ANSPs have established the following cooperation structures through the ANSP Cooperation Agreement: 

  • CEO Committee

Established as the high level decision-making body responsible for taking all decisions necessary and appropriate for the attainment of the purpose of the ANSP cooperation.

  • FAB CE Steering Committee

Established as the superior body to the sub-committees and other structures. It is be responsible for the coordination and monitoring of the actual implementation of the ANSP cooperation.

  • Programme Management

Established to among other tasks support projects and manage deliverables from projects. In addition tasks include to request and receive regular reports from project leaders as well as the evaluation of risks and changes.

  • Sub-committees at executive/working level

Established to execute the ANSP cooperation in particular fields. To this end, sub-committees covering the operations, technical matters, financial matters, safety, human resources and training activities will start working from the very beginning. Other sub-committees may be established, if necessary.


FAB CE Common Entity (FCE)

FAB CE formally set up a legal entity in October 2014, when the members established the joint venture company "FAB CE Aviation Services". The FAB CE legal entity (FCE) is a limited company registered in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and is responsible for the support of the implementation of the FAB CE programme.