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Caen más barreras: el cielo único se extiende a los países de la ex-Yugoslavia, Rumanía y Bulgaria


Se ha firmado el acuerdo, que extiende el cielo único a 8 territorios balcánicos. Los países englobados en el acuerdo son, por un lado, los 25 miembros de la UE, Noruega e Islandia, y por otro, los 8 países balcánicos: Rumanía, Bulgaria, Croacia, Bosnia, Albania, Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro, Kosovo.

Con este acuerdo cualquier aerolínea de estos países podrá volar de Barcelona a Zagreb, o de Madrid a Sofia, o de Timisoara a Bucarest. Gran noticia, sin duda.

Os pego el link y un extracto de la nota de prensa de la Comisión, en la que se habla también de los acuerdos con EEUU, Rusia, Marruecos y Ucrania.

South East Europe flying towards the EU: first steps taken for extending the Single Aviation Market

Brussels, 5 May 2006

http://europa.eu.int/rapid/pressRel...format=HTML&aged=0&language=EN&guiLanguage=en


Today in Salzburg, the European Union and Transport Ministers of eight South-East European partners (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Romania, Serbia and Montenegro and the United Nations Mission in Kosovo) as well as of Iceland and Norway signed a political agreement to create a European Common Aviation Area (ECAA). The Agreement provides for new market opportunities for the European aviation industry by creating a single market for aviation consisting of 35 countries and more than 500 million people. It will ensure high and uniform safety and security standards across Europe as well as uniformly applied competition rules and consumer rights.

The Agreement provides for new market opportunities for the European aviation industry by creating a single market for aviation consisting of 35 countries and more than 500 million people i.e. the ECAA partner countries will add an extra 52 million inhabitants to the single European market. Air traffic between the EU and South-East Europe has seen significant growth recently, 121% growth since 2001. As existing restrictions on flights between the EU and the Balkan region will be removed, a level playing field for European carriers will be created and the trend for growth would be accelerated. Tourism, which is a huge growth area in South East Europe, and the high number of under-utilised airports, will create opportunities for further growth to be attained, as well as creating investment opportunities and enabling capital flow from both sides as a result of relaxing current restrictions on airline ownership and control rules.

Meanwhile, as forecasts for aircraft movements in the region are predicted to increase by more than 6% annually in the coming years, the Agreement also aims to ensure that congestion in the skies will be eliminated by controlling air traffic flows in the most efficient manner. Existing blockages in the air traffic management system resulted from closure of airspace during the war period. The ECAA initiative commits all Partners to extend the Single European Sky initiative to South-East Europe.
 

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¡Viva el metro!
DavoR
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Bien, bien, vamos avanzando hacia el espacio aéreo único europeo.
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