Regional cooperation demonstrate sustainable benefits


Twenty-five representatives from Ministries of Transport, National Supervisory Agencies and Air Navigation Service Providers representing BALTIC FAB, BLUE MED FAB, DANUBE FAB, FABCE, FABEC and South-West FAB met in Šibenik, Croatia, to discuss current and upcoming challenges of European aviation.

A diverse range of topics at stake like the airspace architecture strategy, the preparation of RP3, the advantages and disadvantages of fragmentation and a system of system approach for European Air Traffic have been discussed. In addition, participants agreed on several actions with regard to address severe issues like the impact of climate change and volatility both on safe operations and asymmetries in the current regulatory system. Besides, FAB representatives shared best practices on social dialogue, agreed on further steps on the execution of the common InterFAB communication strategy and discussed studies on the EU-US Comparison and the added value of FABs.

Due to the intense and constructive discussion participants concluded that the InterFAB initiative – and by this FABs as such – are demonstrating substantial benefits and agreed to further structure the work to be conducted in the upcoming years.

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