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Netherlands: Schiphol Airport seeks to make it easier for cargo airlines to secure slots

Schiphol Airport’s slot coordination committee has forwarded a “local rule” proposal to the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management that would make it easier for cargo airlines to nab slots at the Dutch aviation hub. Evofenedex, the Dutch shippers and logistics organization, disclosed that the airport’s operator, Schiphol Group, and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL, Amsterdam) submitted the proposal separately. The plan, which was green-lighted by a majority of …

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Airlines International Representation in Europe calls for better aviation policies

An organization composed of representatives from European leisure airlines has called for strict limits on European Union (EU) aviation infrastructure charges and regulations on organizations that have a grip on monopoly positions in the industry. Airlines International Representation in Europe (AIRE) Director-General Sylviane Lust has expressed to EU Transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc during a meeting that improvements to the aviation policies must be implemented urgently. AIRE, which represents 16 carriers …

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Application of ASEAN Open Skies going at snail’s pace – IDEAS

The Asean Single Aviation Market, a pact known more as the Asean Open Skies agreement, was completely ratified by member states in April of last year but the actual implementation has been sluggish, says independent think tank Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS). “Freedom of travel in air is characterized by nine different levels of freedom. Asean has implemented perfectly the first four levels of freedom, [while] the fifth …

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