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IATA labels the cost recovery model ATM’s real problem

5-May-2010

The ongoing conflict between airlines and air navigation service providers (ANSP) over charges has escalated again. IATA, which represents 230 (mostly) full service airlines, operating 93% of scheduled international air traffic, released a missive this month that claims that 19 of the 34 EUROCONTROL members have proposed increases in their ANSP charges. [3180 words]

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Subheadings:

  • Out of control monopolists
  • The cost recovery model and shrinking traffic
  • Battleground Europe: IATA selects playing field wisely
  • European traffic dives in 2009
  • European traffic recovery uncertain in 2010
  • CANSO and IATA agree: change is necessary
  • SES: The answer to the problem?
  • Risk sharing and performance

Graphs and data:

  • EUROCONTROL 2009 European ATC charges forecast
  • Worldwide IFR aircraft movements (2007-2010YTD)
  • EUROCONTROL area
  • EUROCONTROL average daily aircraft movements: 2001-2010
  • EURCONTROL IRF movements short-term forecast (Dec-2009)
  • European IFR movement declines greater than ESRA area average: 2009
  • EUROCONTROL 2010 IFR movements forecast
  • CANSO‚Äôs nine principles for tackling the economic crisis
  • FAB initiatives
  • ATM costs under SESAR targets
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