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long-term theoretical as well as practical questions, we try in this article to explore a very concrete situation where these issues are at stake, namely the cooperation evolving within the Single European Skies and its effects upon the much older regime of the demilitarisation and neutralisation of

In: Nordic Journal of International Law

fields of activity did not overlap. This changed in 1997 with the establishment of Eurocontrol’s revised Convention and the coming into being of the Single European Sky regulations in 2004, which provided for the accession of the EC to Eurocontrol whilst enhancing the regulatory forces of standards made

In: International Organizations Law Review

of the Single Europe Sky (SES I) legislation in 2004, air traffic management was brought under the EU common transport policy.27 The idea was to redesign the European sky according to traf- fic flows rather than national borders. Yet, as unambiguously exemplified by the patchwork regulatory

In: EU Management of Global Emergencies

long delays on flights) in Official Journal 2004 L46/1. Repeals Regulation 1991/295. Single sky [legislative] package. Announced 25 Jul 2008 as the Single European sky. This began as a 1999 initiative, COM 99/0614 final, followed by two sets of regulations: of 10 Mar 2004 and then the second (revised

In: Foreign Law Guide

/295. Single sky [legislative] package. Announced 25 Jul 2008 as the Single European sky. This began as a 1999 initiative, COM 99/0614 final, followed by two sets of regulations: of 10 Mar 2004 and then the second (revised) package of 26 Jun 2008 . In effect these are replacement regulations designed to

in Foreign Law Guide
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trains and railway infrastructure that will drastically reduce costs and improve capacity, reliability and punctuality; Single European Sky atm Research ( sesar ) 2020: to develop the new generation of European Air Traffic Management system that will enhance the performance of air transport. 15

In: European Journal of Comparative Law and Governance

Virtualisation Francis Schubert* 1. Introduction The Single European Sky (SES) initiative launched by the European Commission in 2004 is meant to establish a comprehensive and structured regulatory framework to overcome the failing performance of the European Air Navigation Services (ANS) sys- tem. The primary

In: From Lowlands to High Skies: A Multilevel Jurisdictional Approach Towards Air law

Privatisierung der DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Single European Sky Verordnun- gen, ZLW 2007, 349 ff.; Gabriele Kirchhoff / Marius Boewe, Die Privatisierung der Deutschen Flugsicherung GmbH – Politisches Wunschdenken und Verfassungsrechtliche Realität, ZLW 2007, 17

In: Staat und Wissenschaft
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,7 as well as the developments in European regulation, specifij ically in respect of the single European sky, air naviga- tion and environment protection, together with the creation of EASA. 7. Articulation between the Competition Authority and INAC As indicated above, the Competition Authority holds

In: From Lowlands to High Skies: A Multilevel Jurisdictional Approach Towards Air law

’s Republic of China PROFECO Federal Offfij ice of Consumer Protection (Mexico) SAS Scandinavian Airlines System SES Single European Sky SESAR Single European Sky ATM Research SDR Special Drawing Rights SIDs Standard Instrument Procedures SLA Service Level Agreements STARs Standard Arrival Routes SWIM System

In: From Lowlands to High Skies: A Multilevel Jurisdictional Approach Towards Air law