The Future Regulation of Aviation in Europe by Easa

The Future Regulation of Aviation in Europe by Easa

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Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 1,3, University of Applied Sciences Wildau (Wildau Instiute of Technology (WIT)), course: Master Studies of Aviation Management, language: English, abstract: This paper covers the future European Aviation Law with a special focus on the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and their upcoming amendments regarding Apron Management Services in Europe. EASA will expand its competence on Airports and Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSP). International Airports like Frankfurt (FRA) and Munich (MUC) are executing Apron Management Service. Considering the upcoming amendment of the European Regulation No (EC) 216/2008, this paper answers the following questions: - Can this service be considered as an ANSP-function? - Would then the airport operator has to apply for an ANSP-licence under the future EASA rules? - What will be the consequence for the airport management (qualification, training and licensing of staff)? - Should there be an outsourcing? With which consequence? - Should this service be "handed back" to DFS as ANSP? - What will be the consequence for the airport and the customers (e.g. charges)? Table of Contents: 1 Glossary 2 Background 3 Tower: Aerodrome Control Service 4 Apron Management Service 5 EASA rules and reglementation 6 Position of the European Parliament 7 Consequences for the airport management 8 Consequences for the customer 9 Summary 10 Sources


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Author(s)
Sascha Hissler
Format
Paperback | 24 pages
Dimensions
178 x 254 x 2mm | 77g
Publication date
12 Nov 2009
Publisher
GRIN Publishing
Language
English
Edition Statement
1. Auflage.
ISBN10
364046902X
ISBN13
9783640469024