LFV is involved in developing the European airspace through collaboration in organizations and alliances. Here you can read more about the partnerships and alliances LFV are involved in order to drive development forward.

Coopeation and partnerships


A6 consists of air traffic management service providers in twelve European countries with the aim of driving the development of European aviation forward within the scope of the SESAR programme.


Borealis is an alliance between nine northern European air traffic management service providers. Borealis works to offer airlines direct flight paths throughout northern Europe.


The Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation is a global interest organisation primarily for providers of air navigation services.


The European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency is responsible for developing the European transport system.


COOPANS is a collaboration between six European air navigation service providers to coordinate the development of a common air traffic control system. The cooperation was confirmed in 2021 through an agreement ensuring the development and maintenance of LFVs air traffic control system TopSky.


The European Aviation Safety Agency is the common European authority for aviation safety.


An air traffic management school owned by LFV, Danish Naviair and Irish IAA.


The European organisation for the coordination of air traffic in European air space with almost 40 member states.

Swedish Armed Forces

Since 1978, civil and military air navigation services are integrated. Air navigation services is provided by LFV for military aviation, both at wings and in the airspace.


The International Civil Aviation Organization is a UN body with the task of contributing to increased aviation safety through common regulations for air navigation services etc.


Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions is owned by Saab. Formerly jointly owned by Saab (59%) and LFV (41%). The company's task is to develop, market, sell and operate remote air traffic control.


LFV participates in the EU programme SESAR, Single European Sky ATM Research, through COOPANS.

SESAR Deployment Infrastructure Partnership

SDIP is a partnership between leading airspace users, airports, air navigation service providers and EUROCONTROL Network Manager (NM).


LFV provides air navigation services at Swedavia's ten airports.

The Swedish Transport Agency

LFV collaborates with the Swedish Transport Agency on the formulation of rules and controls for aviation. The Swedish Transport Agency supervises LFV.