ගුවන් සමාගම් ගුවන් තොටුපල යුරෝපීය පුවත් බිඳ දැමීම ජාත්‍යන්තර ප්‍රවෘත්ති කඩ කිරීම සංචාරක පුවත් බිඳ දැමීම ව්‍යාපාර චාරිකාව රජයේ ප්රවෘත්ති පුවත් නැවත ගොඩනැඟීම වගකිව සංචාරක ප්රවාහන සංචාරක වයර් පුවත් දැන් කරන්නන්ගේ සංබ්යාවද දිනෙන් විවිධ පුවත්

IATA: යුරෝපීය කොමිසම යථාර්ථය සමඟ සම්බන්ධ වී නැත

IATA: යුරෝපීය කොමිසම යථාර්ථය සමඟ සම්බන්ධ වී නැත
IATA හි අධ්‍යක්ෂ ජනරාල් විලී වොල්ෂ්
ලියන ලද්දේ හැරී ජොන්සන්

European Commission had ignored the advice and evidence presented by EU member states and the airline industry.

මුද්රිත, PDF සහ ඊමේල් මුද්රණය
  • European Commission’s makes decision to set the winter slot use threshold at 50%.
  • Regulators in the UK, China, Latin America and Asia-Pacific have put much more flexible measures in place.
  • The Commission had an open goal to use the slots regulation to promote a sustainable recovery for airlines, but they missed.

එම ජාත්‍යන්තර ගුවන් ප්‍රවාහන සංගමය (IATA) branded the European Commission’s (EC) decision to set the winter slot use threshold at 50% as “out of touch with reality,” and argued that the EC had ignored the advice and evidence presented by EU member states and the airline industry, which had made the case for a much lower threshold.

The EC’s announcement means that, from November to April, airlines operating at slot-regulated airports must use at least half of every single series of slots they hold. There is no alleviation to hand back slots at the start of the season allowing airlines to match their schedule to realistic demand or enable other carriers to operate. Additionally, the rule on ‘force majeure’, by which the slot rule is suspended if exceptional circumstances related to the COVID pandemic are in effect, has been switched off for intra-EU operations.

The result of these changes will be to restrict the ability of airlines to operate with the agility needed to respond to unpredictable and rapidly changing demand, leading to environmentally wasteful and unnecessary flights. It will also further weaken the financial stability of the industry and hinder the recovery of the global air transport network. 

“Once again the Commission has shown they are out of touch with reality. The airline industry is still facing the worst crisis in its history. The Commission had an open goal to use the slots regulation to promote a sustainable recovery for airlines, but they missed. Instead, they have shown contempt for the industry, and for the many member states that repeatedly urged a more flexible solution, by stubbornly pursuing a policy that is contrary to all the evidence presented to them,” said IATA හි අධ්‍යක්ෂ ජනරාල් විලී වොල්ෂ්.

The Commission’s argument is that the intra-EU traffic recovery this summer justified a 50% use threshold with no alleviation. This flies in the face of significant evidence of the uncertain outlook for traffic demand this winter, provided by key EU member states as well as IATA and its members.

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