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EUROPEAN AIRLINE ASSOCIATIONS CALL ON EU TO REJECT AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL PRICE HIKE PROPOSAL (10 December 2014). Germany has determined a 16.6& increase in its charges to airlines for air traffic control services from 1 January 2015. This proposed outrageous price hike, at almost 40 times the rate of the Euro area inflation, is not acceptable to the airspace users' community and is completely at odds with the objective of the European Union performance scheme which aims to regulate and control the price increases of air traffic control providers and the entire Single European Sky. view...

 

 

 

ELFAA CONTINUES GROWTH IN EUROPE DESPITE MARKET PRESSURES (4 September 2014). The European Low Fares Airline Association (ELFAA) has once again witnessed an impressive rise in passenger numbers year on year from July 2013 to June 2014, further strengthening its position as the leading European airline association. view...

 

 

 

AIRLINE ASSOCIATIONS CALL FOR IMPROVEMENTS IN THE AREA OF AIRPORT CHARGES  (19 May 2014). Today, the European Commission published its report on the implementation of the Airport Charges Directive. The Commission rightly acknowledges some of the weaknesses in the current Directive, the problems associated with its transposition into national law and, ultimately, its implementation at local level. However, the heads of the airline associations AEA, ELFAA, ERA and IACA are deeply disappointed that the EC does not propose enough concrete steps to address the failings identified in the timely report. view...

 

 

 

ELFAA CONDEMNS THE UNFAIR PRICING PRACTICES AND MISINFORMATION TO PASSENGERS BY ONLINE TRAVEL AGENCIES (16 April 2014). ELFAA urges the European Commission and national and European consumer protection agencies to stop turning a blind eye to the widespread, unfair pricing practices of numbers of online travel agencies, which lure consumers in to their websites with the promise of non-existent fares, to which they subsequently apply a previously-undisclosed mark-up at the end of the booking process. view...

 

 


ELFAA CONDEMNS PROPOSED FURTHER EXTENSION OF INTRA-EU ONLY SCOPE FOR EU ETS (5 March 2014). ELFAA reacted strongly to the outcome of the trialogue meetings regarding amendment to the Directive for the inclusion of aviation in EU ETS. view...


 

ELFAA MEMBERS "EUROPE'S SUCCESS STORIES". Latest statistics for 2013 show increase in passenger numbers and employees (26 February 2014). Members of ELFAA continue to be one of Europe's success stories, statistics for 2013 showing that they carried more passengers than ever before and contributed to increased employment across the European Union. view...
 


ELFAA URGES PARLIAMENT TO REJECT COMMISSION PROPOSAL TO WEAKEN EFFECTIVENESS OF EU ETS (2 December 2013). ELFAA is deeply concerned that the European Commission is proposing to reduce the effectiveness of EU ETS by limiting the extent to which it captures aviation emissions. The Commission is proposing that instead of the emissions from all flights forming part of EU ETS, the scheme should cover only a small proportion of emissions. The EU Parliament should reject the Commission proposal.  view...

 

 

EU COMMISSION COMPROMISES ENVIRONMENTAL INTEGRITY OF EU ETS (18 October 2013). As ICAO kicks the goal of global Market Based Mechanisms further down the road, the EU Commission issues a perverse proposal to dismantle much of its own scheme for international aviation, leaving instead only a shadow of the system designed to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions.  view...

 

 

PASSENGERS AT RISK TO BEING STRANDED AT AIRPORTS DUE TO UNJUSTIFIED STRIKE OF FRENCH AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS (9 October 2013). The European airspace users' associations are united in condemning the strike by French air traffic controllers (ATCOs) planned for tomorrow, 10 October. While ATCOs from all over Europe had planned to strike in protest against the progress of the Single European Sky (SES) initiative, they called off their action last week.  view...

 

 


 

 
 

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