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We would like to remember the victims of this latest air disaster that has hit the entire world aviation community and send our thoughts to the families and to all those who have been affected by this terrible loss.
For this reason we share and support IFAIMA press realease.
On 30th of November in Berlin, the ATM Committe have unanimously elected the new chairteam and we would like to congratulate them on their election.
This election is the result of a helpful and considerate cooperation that Charles-Andrè Quesnel,Aaron Curtis and Daniel Liebhart provided until now.
Today is the beginning of a new path that we hope will lead them to guide our Committee as their predecessors have done so far.
We are well aware that the challenges that lie ahead, related to all the still open dossiers on which we have been committed for years, will be very challenging and this is why we wish them all the best for their new post and best wishes for a good job.
We would also like to thank the resigned Vice-chair Luigi D'Iddio for all his work and dedication to our Committee in the last years.
ETF CANSO and ATCEUC signed a joint letter to Mr. Kessler,Deputy Head, Atm/ans And Aerodrome Department of EASA (more…)
After many years of fruitful contributions for the interest of the ATM workers, the chairing team of the ETF-ATM committee decided to give the relay to a brand new team to continue the fight.
It is time for the ATM workers to thank the chair, Riccardo Rubini, as well as his two vice-chairs, Olivier Joffrin and Janos Lakatos, for the wonderful job they performed during their mandates. In the last years, ETF was present on every topic and its inputs were highly appreciated. This was possible only thanks to the wonderful working spirit that these three were able to put in place.
Now the new elected team, composed by Charles-André Quesnel, Aaron Curtis and Luigi D'iddio, will have the difficult task to perform as well as the previous team did. But with such good will, there's no doubt it will be the case.
Luigi Giuliano D'Iddio
Today, Wednesday 12 March 2014, the European Parliament (EP) has voted on the Single European Sky recast regulation (SES2+). Despite the pressure put by the European Transport Workers’ Federation (ETF), its affiliates and other stakeholders, the EP did not oppose the European Commission’s approach to dogmatically liberalise the ATM (air traffic management) industry and disregarded its safety-critical aspects. (more…)
Today, Wednesday 26 February 2014, the European Parliament adopted the compromise text agreed by the Commission, the Council and the Parliament on the new European occurrence reporting Regulation. The European Transport Workers’ Federation (ETF), which represents air traffic controllers (ATCOs), pilots and all other categories of civil aviation employees, supports the outcome of the vote. The Regulation is indeed a positive step forward in the creation of a just culture and will drive safety improvement throughout aviation in Europe.