EUROCONTROL has in place a wide and diversified number of initiatives to attract talented female candidates for technical and managerial positions, while embracing inclusion and diversity in the aviation sector.
A summary of the policy debate ‘Digital transport services for people: The next steps for sustainable European solutions’ is now available.
AFMB, a company established on 11 May 2011 in Cyprus, entered into contracts with transport undertakings and drivers resident in the Netherlands. A dispute has arisen between, on the one hand, AFMB and those drivers and, on the other hand, the Raad van bestuur van de Sociale verzekeringsbank (Board of Management of the Social Insurance Bank; ‘RSVB’, Netherlands) concerning the latter’s decision that the Netherlands social security legislation applies to those drivers and not the Cypriot social security legislation.
The results of the ADVANCE maintenance demonstrator, an important milestone for Clean Sky 2, were presented at a closure event on 19-20 November 2019 at the ZAL Center of Applied Aeronautical Research in Hamburg. The event brought together over 100 participants including three airlines, Airbus, Thales, Clean Sky and the partners of the projects (from Clean Sky 2’s Calls for Proposals) which are contributing to this demonstrator.
The three courses addressing aviation professionals are offered in December at EASA Headquarters in Cologne.
After the positive vote on new flight crew licensing requirements for balloons and sailplanes (Opinion 01/2019(B)) during the last EASA Committee, the publication of Part-BFCL and Part-SFCL is expected for January 2020.
In this context, EASA is planning to hold a focused consultation meeting on the latest draft for AMC & GM to Part-BFCL and Part-SFCL.