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In the coming years, air traffic is expected to grow significantly at a global level and the entire aviation industry is facing major changes, induced by the need to address pressing challenges related to climate change, flight punctuality, cost-efficiency, while retaining highest safety standards. FSR Transport is looking ever more closely at the air sector and is concentrating on analysing the current challenges faced at the European level from a wider, global perspective. This involves questioning stakeholders about the successes of the Single Market and the need for the Single European Sky (SES), analysing the effects of disruptive technologies as well as involving international associations and academics to explore the non-European dimension of air transport.

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Air Traffic Management: how to make progress towards an economic regulator?
Air Traffic Management: how to make progress towards an economic regulator?

In this latest policy brief, we reflect on the future of economic regulation in Air Traffic Management (ATM) in order…

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Navigating Towards a More Efficient Airport Slots Allocation Regime in Europe
Navigating Towards a More Efficient Airport Slots Allocation Regime in Europe

This Policy Brief reflects upon the discussions on Airport Slots Allocation Regime in Europe at the 11th Florence Air Forum…

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Executive Seminar on Air Ticket Distribution and the Regulation 80/2009 on a Code of Conduct for Computerised Reservation Systems
Executive Seminar on Air Ticket Distribution and the Regulation 80/2009 on a Code of Conduct for Computerised Reservation Systems

On Monday, 13th May 2019, the Transport Area of the Florence School of Regulation together with the European Commission’s DG…

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Single European Sky: the way forward
Single European Sky: the way forward

This Policy Brief reflects upon the discussions at the 10th Florence Air Forum that took place in Budapest on 9th…

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New Working Paper: Can Regulation Improve Service Quality?
New Working Paper: Can Regulation Improve Service Quality?

Under EU Air Passenger Rights legislation (“EC261”), carriers must provide assistance and cash compensation to passengers in case of long…

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Conclusions of the Seminar on European Regulation of Airport Charges, 28 May 2018
Conclusions of the Seminar on European Regulation of Airport Charges, 28 May 2018

For the second time FSR Transport has brought together a round of experts to discuss the topic of Airport Charges…

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Air Transport Liberalisation: European Aviation Conference 2017 & New book by Prof Matthias Finger and Prof Ken Button
Air Transport Liberalisation: European Aviation Conference 2017 & New book by Prof Matthias Finger and Prof Ken Button

FSR Transport Advisor Professor Kenneth Button will discuss at the European Aviation Conference in Dublin, taking place 13th and 14th of…

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The Single European Sky Performance Scheme
The Single European Sky Performance Scheme

This European Transport Regulation Observer reflects upon the discussions at the 9th Florence Air Forum “The Single European Sky Performance Scheme”…

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The Single European Sky for the Safety, Growth and Competitiveness of the EU Aviation Sector
The Single European Sky for the Safety, Growth and Competitiveness of the EU Aviation Sector

The tenth edition of the “Observatory on Europe” Forum took place in Brussels at the Cercle Royal Gaulois on Thursday, June 29, 2017.…

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Disruptive technologies in air traffic management
Disruptive technologies in air traffic management

Disruptive technologies in ATM. At the 8th Florence Air Forum participants discussed the challenges and the opportunities that disruptive technologies…

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New regulatory framework for aviation safety
New regulatory framework for aviation safety

The Aviation Strategy (COM(2015) 598 final) published in December 2015 by the European Commission is an initiative to generate growth…

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The future of Air Traffic Management: what can we learn from each other?
The future of Air Traffic Management: what can we learn from each other?

Air Traffic Management (ATM) is one of the world’s most complex networks. FSR Transport regularly discusses the issues of ATM…

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