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2015 Annual General Meeting

If you are a member, check your emails, you should now have received the invitation to the 2015 Annual Meeting: When : 28 March 2015 from 9:00 to 16:00 Where : Mundo B building – Rue d’Edimbourg, 26 – 1050 Brussels – Belgique You are welcome to arrive on Friday evening (27 March), we will all […]

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UK – AirportWatch Europe

Funded in 2000, Airportwatch is an umbrella organisation campaigning for a sustainable and equitable aviation policy in Europe. Airportwatch can count on powerful organisations like Aviation Environment Federation, Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace, WWF UK to cite a few… for support in the struggle. Airport watch produces news bulletins every 6 weeks or so to […]

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LERCHENBERG DECLARATION

Joint Communiqué of people and municipalities affected by air, road and train noise for the European elections 2014 We are calling on candidates for the European Parliament to use their influence to finally control the growing environmental impact of noise caused by aircraft, roadways and railway traffic through appropriate measures, providing the necessary budgets and […]

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Threatening the existence of regional airports will not solve the problem of low-cost airlines

“Attacking regional airports is not the solution to the problem of fiscal and social dumping by low cost airlines”, said Franck Proust MEP on Tuesday afternoon during a panel discussion that was held in the European Parliament. “Rather than endangering the survival of regional airports, the European Commission should regulate the relationship between traditional companies […]

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Transport & Environment Seminar on Monday 16 September 2013

Transport & Environment hosted a seminar on Monday 16 September to discuss the new draft guidelines on State aid to airports and airlines. The Agenda included aviation campaigners, experienced aviation State aid lawyers and the department of the European Commission responsible for the guidelines. The seminar was run under the Chatham House rule. Thus no […]

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