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Press Release: EBAA welcomes Europe’s airports commitment to net zero CO2 emissions

27 June, 2019 (Brussels). The European Business Aviation Association warmly commends ACI EUROPE for their commitment to net zero CO2 emissions by 2050, indirectly supporting Europe's business aviation sector in achieving its own environmental and wider sustainability goals.

Press Release: EBAA welcomes Europe’s airports commitment to net zero CO2 emissions
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Industry Update: Guidelines and Recommendations for Charter Flight Contracting

This European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) and The Air Charter Association (BACA) document is intended to provide air charter operators and air charter brokers with guidelines and recommendations with the aim of enhancing the experience when chartering a private aircraft.

Industry Update: Guidelines and Recommendations for Charter Flight Contracting
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A Roadmap for European Business Aviation

In view of the next Commission mandate, Director for Aviation Filip Cornelis invited the EBAA team to provide our reflection about the main challenges (and opportunities) faced by our sector and how these could be dealt with in the years to come. Read EBAA’s response, our “Roadmap for European Business Aviation”.

A Roadmap for European Business Aviation
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Press Release: We are all one in the Sky

8 April, 2019 (Brussels). Drones are the newcomers in the skies. 15 associations of airlines, aircrew, airports, air navigation service providers, controllers, general aviation join forces in mapping the areas of action that would pave the way to safe drone integration;

Press Release: We are all one in the Sky
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Airspace users’ statement on the EU Air Traffic Management (ATM) performance targets 2020-2024

05 April, 2019 (Brussels). The weakest levels of ambition in the history of the Single European Sky (SES) Performance and Charging scheme were approved by EU member states this week. These performance targets will reward poorly performing Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) whilst frustrating those who are already delivering. They will not incentivise the performance improvements the European airspace network desperately needs, nor will they support the delivery of the Single European Sky benefits. Combined with outdated staffing practices which do not provide the required resource levels in peak periods – for example when European citizens and passengers go on holiday – it becomes evident that real reform of this sector is urgently needed.

Airspace users’ statement on the EU Air Traffic Management (ATM) performance targets 2020-2024
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EBAA BUSINESS AVIATION LAW IN EUROPE (2019)

The second edition of Business Aviation Law in Europe offers a broader overview of the key areas of legislation applicable to business aviation across the main European jurisdictions – encompassing general business aviation law, tax and registration of aircraft. Prepared by EBAA and the AMAC Legal and European Affairs Subcommittee, the guide is designed to provide members of the Business Aviation community, including manufacturers, civil aviation authorities, operators and prospective buyers with an outlook of the legal and tax framework applicable in different European countries.

EBAA BUSINESS AVIATION LAW IN EUROPE (2019)