What do you do if your roof is leaking and your walls and floors in the house are getting soaked? You look for the hole and then you repair it as soon as possible. The current European Air Services regulation is full of holes, which are harmful to crew and many airlines. These holes have
A bribery and corruption investigation linking high-ranking members of the European Parliament (MEPs) with Qatar, shook Brussels in December. Four people are now facing preliminary charges of corruption, money laundering and participation in a criminal organization.
Since 2015, multiple EU studies, impact assessments, evaluations, and consultations on the very regulation that governs this Single Aviation Market – the EU Air Services Regulation (Reg. 1008/2008) – have consistently come to the same conclusion: The current Air Services Regulation is
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On 30 October 2022 new EASA fuel rules will come into effect (Regulation (EU) 2021/1296 and ED Decision 2022/005/R.). This publication provides you with an overview of the main changes and the consequences for the flight crew. The leaflet also includes a number of points of concerns.
This manual has two main objectives. As a first objective it wants to give a concise overview of the legal framework and the principles connected to industrial relations and employment within the European union so trade union affiliates and employee representatives can get a clear view on
European infrastructure, providing essential connectivity and promoting socio-economic cohesion and timely supply of goods and services. This infrastructure is a public good, part of the wider economy’s backbone, and will continue to play an important role with regards to safely air
ECA is worried about the number and degree of severity of incidents involving unruly passengers on board aircraft worldwide. According to the EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) latest statistics, in 2018 every three hours, the safety of a flight within the EU was threatened by
Created in 1991, the European Cockpit Association is the representative body of European pilots at EU level.
We represent over 40,000 pilots from the national pilot associations in 36 European states.
We are a recognised social partner and make every effort to ensure that aviation safety is in the driving principle of future European rules.