Achieving the Single European Sky: Goals and Challenges

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Kluwer Law International, 2011 - Political Science - 406 pages
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This book, the first to cover the SES in depth, presents unparalleled insight into a versatile and complex undertaking which will determine the future of air traffic management in Europe. Its chapters analyse the progress as well as the shortcomings and setbacks encountered in the implementation of the SES policy objectives. With forward-looking contributions from over forty well-known experts working in virtually every arena of aviation, from airports and airlines to regulatory agencies and air law practice and scholarship, the book thoroughly explains what has been achieved so far, not only in theory but in fact.
 

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Contents

Chapter
3
CivilMilitary Cooperation 9
9
Chapter
11
Managing Change
15
Governance Models
22
Towards a Single ANSP?
31
Chapter 4
33
The Example of the Spanish Provider AENA
35
Chapter 14
129
The Involvement of the Military in Single European Sky and SESAR
133
The Rationale for Active EULevel Performance Management
139
Conclusions
145
Chapter 16
147
The ECAC Institutional Strategy
152
Air Navigation Charges as a Tool to Improve
159
The Challenges Ahead
165

The Common Project of Four States
36
SES and Further Changes
37
Towards the Establishment of a Performance Scheme
38
Chapter 5
39
Benefits for Airlines
40
The Establishment of FABs
41
Flexible Use of Airspace
42
Safety
43
6
45
ANSPs Influence
46
Enforcement in a Multinational Context
47
The National Legal Context
48
7
51
The Liability of ANS Providers
52
CrossBorder Service Provision and ANS Liability
54
The Liability of Air Navigation Services under the Single European Sky
56
The Liability of Service Providers in Functional Airspace Blocks
58
Conclusion
60
Chapter 8
67
Towards a Reform of ATM in Europe
73
Chapter 9
79
EU Member States and Thier Responsibilities toward ICAO
86
Chapter 10
91
Total System Approach
92
European Comitology Applied to the Single European Sky
99
Conclusion
106
Chapter 12
107
Conclusion
116
Chapter 13
121
The Current Situation
122
Chapter 17
167
The Establishment of FABs
171
Benefits for Travellers in 2021
177
The Task of the FAB Coordinator
183
Chapter 19
189
Adapting Crisis Management Structures
196
Chapter 20
201
Possible Similarities
208
Conclusions
218
Chapter 21
223
Scope
226
MBE Project Planning
234
Chapter 22
239
The Infancy of SESAR
240
Chapter 23
245
SESAR and Europes Single Sky
247
Chapter 24
253
The Existing Legal Framework
259
Chapter 25
267
Chapter 26
281
Managing Behaviour
293
Chapter 27
299
The Need for a Solid Roadmap to Establish What the Role Should
308
Annex 1
317
Annex 2
323
Annex 3
336
The FAB information Regulation No 1762011
391
267
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