The BLUE MED FAB flew to Warsaw for the second InterFAB Performance Workshop


The 2nd InterFAB Performance workshop (May 17), organized by the BALTIC FAB (the Functional Airspace Block comprising the airspace of Poland and Lithuania), and hosted by PANSA (the Polish Air Navigation Service Provider), saw the participation of the delegates, as well as from the mentioned BALTIC FAB and BLUE MED itself, from DANUBE FAB (Bulgaria and Romania), FABCE (Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Slovenia) and FABEC (Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands and Switzerland).

The numerous participants presented reflections, proposals and best practices on various topics, many of which had arisen from the previous meeting of the same genre, held just three months ago in Sofia. Particular emphasis was given to the discussion related to the workshop held in the two previous days, also in Warsaw, dedicated to 'Volatility' in air traffic (also inspired by the Sofia meeting), and to the exchange of initial impressions on the work in progress, by the European Commission, in preparation of the review of the Performance and Charging Schemes regulation for the third reference period (RP3 - 2020/2024).

The BLUE MED FAB, with regard to this, presented a draft document prepared in collaboration with FABEC, 'The Added Value of FABs - a generic Cost-Benefit Analysis', aimed at concisely representing the value that FABs are bringing about in the realization of the Single European Sky. The goal is to involve the other FABs to participate in its drafting in order to have available, in a short time, a valid argumentation tool to bring to the European political tables.

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Image: Group photo of the participants at the meeting
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