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Action programme for the European aeronautical sector

Commission of the European Communities.

Action programme for the European aeronautical sector

Commission communication and proposals to the Council forwarded on 3 October 1975

by Commission of the European Communities.

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Published by the Commission, available from European Community Information Service in [Luxembourg], Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • European Economic Community countries.
    • Subjects:
    • Aircraft industry -- European Economic Community countries.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEuropean Communities Commission.
      SeriesBulletin of the European Communities : Supplement ;, 11/75, Bulletin of the European Communities., 75/11.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9711.E92 C652 1975
      The Physical Object
      Pagination43 p. ;
      Number of Pages43
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4608893M
      LC Control Number77372377

      Via those lines of action, the Programme targeted areas which had a public interest and which would not have developed, or would have developed at a slower pace, if left to the market: 1 Decision No //EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, OJ L 79 of , p Youth in Action Programme: Education, Youth, Sport and Culture DG: Glossary of terms and expressions used in the external audit of the public sector: European Court of Auditors: European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) en: Annual Safety Review European Aviation .

      € million to the Mediterranean region with the Regional Action Programme The European Commission allocates € million in new regional Aviation II" (€ 4 million) projects aim to improve transport efficiency and private sector ventures and strengthen the role of the local financial sector.   Past transport greenhouse gas emissions increased from to despite a decline between and following the economic downturn. It is unlikely that emissions will decrease during the Seventh Environment Action Programme period () since emissions rose in each of the last 3 years () and preliminary results show an.

      The European is a one-stop resource for all aviation, such as news, training, aeroplanes, careers, pictures, videos, even more. Subscribe our aviation magazines today.   The Seventh Environment Action Programme (7th EAP) supports the objective of reducing EU greenhouse gas emissions by 20 % (compared with ) by Total EU greenhouse gas emissions in were % below levels, which is already below the target level.


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Action programme for the European aeronautical sector by Commission of the European Communities. Download PDF EPUB FB2

With seating capacity in excess of seats Taking the market penetration hypotheses and assuming an average aircraft price of $17 million, the European production for the period to would amount to aircraft under hypothesis I and aircraft under hypothesis Size: 2MB.

UNSPECIFIED () Action programme for the European aeronautical sector. Commission Communication and proposals to the Council. Commission Communication and proposals to the Council.

COM (75) final, 1 October The Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) is the roadmap developed by the European industry through the Advisory Council for Aeronautics Research in Europe (ACARE) providing a guide to future public and private RDI programmes. Commission, ‘Action Programme for the European Aeronautical Sector’, Bulletin of the European Communities, Supplement No.

11, (Luxembourg: Commission of the European Communities Cited by: 4. European Action Plan for the Prevention of Runway Incursions (EAPPRI).

The increasing availability of runway incursion incident reports is a positive indication of the commitment of organisations and operational staff to prevent runway incursions and runway accidents by learning from the past accidents and incidents and. air navigation systems.

The action is in line with the Roadmap adopted at the 4th Africa-European Union (EU) Summit (§47). The corresponding result in the Multi-Annual Indicative Programme is the improvement in civil aviation safety and efficiency through.

The European policy in the aeronautical industry is based on non-compulsory legislation, on concerted action and consultation between the Member States, particularly concerning external aspects [Council Resolution and Council Statement].

In addition to genuine liberalisation of the aeronautics market, the sector's competitiveness hinges first. EU Commissioner for Transport Violeta Bulc added, "European aviation is facing a number of challenges and today's Strategy sets out a comprehensive and ambitious action-plan to keep the sector ahead of the curve.

It will keep European companies competitive, through new investment and business opportunities, allowing them to grow in a. The 20th century was a pioneering era for aviation.

The 21st century is beginning to be a pioneering era for information exchange and global communications. Aeronautical information spans both domains. It will act as a bridge into the future of aviation by championing 21st-century technology.

Víctor M. Aguado Director General Chers lecteurs. Today the European Commission adopted an Aviation Strategy for Europe, a milestone initiative to boost Europe's economy, strengthen its industrial base and reinforce its global leadership position. These are three core priorities of President Jean-Claude Juncker, on which the Strategy will deliver, by ensuring that the European aviation sector remains competitive and reaps the benefits of a fast.

Get this from a library. Expanding horizons: civil aviation in Europe, an action programme for the future. [Comité des Sages for Air Transport.; Commission of the European Communities.

Directorate-General for Transport.]. at least exposed to) European aeronautics research. An expanded role for the Clean Sky Academy is envisaged. The programme should link with funding schemes for doctoral or post-doctoral work (e.g.

Marie Curie), strengthen ERASMUS mobility for students and support the work of European wide associations.

The book also analyzes the basic theoretical aspects needed to understand the origin and evolution of the European aerospace sector from the first dreamers to the beginning of this century.

To end, the book shows a descriptive and inference statistical analysis of each territory. European Aeronautics - a strategic proposal beyond Aeronautics is a vital sector of our society and economy and must be considered as a wide ecosystem composed of industrial actors (manufacturers for civil and military markets), airport platforms and airlines.

UNEP taking action on the Montreal Protocol. UN Environment Programme is an Implementing Agency of the Multilateral Fund of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer.

OzonAction strengthens the capacity of governments - particularly the operational focal points known as National Ozone Units - and industry in developing. Routesonline analyses the European aviation industry, taking a quarterly look at the top routes served and revealing the airlines that are dominating the market.

We also rank the top ten airports by available seat capacity. The latest figures for Q3 The data is all supplied by OAG Aviation using its OAG Schedules Analyser tool. aircraft weapon systems, appended to the Action Programme for the European Aeronautical Sector submitted by the Commission to the Council on 3 October ; having regard to its resolution of 6 July on the report and proposals from the commission to the council on the European aeronautical sector.

Adapting aviation to a changing climate. Impacts on European aviation. Climate change continues to be a growing risk to the aviation sector, and stakeholders will need to consider this as part of their planning process and future investments ().The impacts of climate change on the European aviation sector will vary according to geography, climate zone and local circumstances [], [].

Therefore the ability of the European aviation sector to grow is directly linked to how effectively it responds to the major environmental challenges ahead. Innovative, smart and environmentally sustainable solutions to these challenges provide an economic opportunity for the European aviation sector to increase its competitiveness in a global.

The Future of Aeronautical Research in Europe Monika Hohlmeier, MEP and President of the Sky and Space Intergroup, opened the discussion by highlighting the vital role of research and innovation in ensuring the continued success and competitiveness of the European aeronautic sector.

the international aviation sector’s growth carbon neutral fromwhich includes a Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA), the EU has to evaluate and decide whether CORSIA is sufficient to address GHG emissions from international aviation or whether the Commission will take additional action.

Upcoming.Action Programme and the closely connected The-matic Strategy for the Urban Environment, which target not only technological improvements but also policies to achieve sustainable mobility in urban areas, are very promising. On the other hand, there are many challenges for the sector to meet environmental requirements, e.g.

low emis.Fri 10 Oct - At a European Union Council meeting in Luxembourg yesterday, transport ministers called for the European Commission to engage with third countries on international aviation emissions.

The Commission was urged to persuade them to adopt equivalent measures to the EU Emissions Trading Scheme, which should be included in the framework of aviation bilateral agreements.