On 5 February 2019, the PBN Regional Implementation and Sustained Monitoring of EGNOS Performance (PRISME) project kicked-off in Vienna.
The EU is taking the steps which are needed to continue to ensure a high level of aviation safety in its airspace the event that the UK leaves the EU without a negotiated agreement. Today, the Council’s Permanent Representatives Committee approved a mandate for the presidency to start talks with the European Parliament on a proposal to ensure continued validity of certain aviation safety certificates.
The EBRD is supporting important infrastructure private public partnerships (PPP) projects in Jordan, with the purchase of an indirect equity stake in Airport international Group (AIG), the concessionaire operating Queen Alia International Airport in Jordan(QAIA).
Following President Jean-Claude Juncker’s announcement of a new ‘Africa – Europe Alliance for sustainable investment and jobs’ during his State of the Union speech in September, the first meeting of the transport task force on aviation takes place today in Brussels.
Following the support of aviation security experts from the European Member States the Commission formally adopted new measures to further improve aviation security in the European Union today.