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World Assembly IAOPA 2012 Airspace. Allocation and Use. Wednesday 11 April 2012. Those were the days . This are the days . This are the days . Airspace?. Who owns which airspace?. Airspace?. Who owns which airspace?. Airspace?. Who owns which airspace?

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World assembly iaopa 2012 airspace
World Assembly IAOPA 2012Airspace

AllocationandUse

Wednesday 11 April 2012





Airspace?

  • Who owns which airspace?


Airspace?

  • Who owns which airspace?


Airspace?

  • Who owns which airspace?

  • Who is using which airspace?

  • Is airspace everywhere the same?

  • Who is beneficiary of governmental action and protection?

  • Public transport versus General Aviation?

  • Who is paying for it?


National vs. International

interests?

  • Position of Nations?

  • Security Issues (Air force, Terrorism etc.)

  • One sky fits all?

  • Conflict of interest (Investor – rule making body – judiciaries )


Competitors?

  • Airlines

  • Airfreight


Competitors?

  • Airlines

  • Airfreight

  • Airforce

  • Public

  • Others


Best use of resources?

  • Use of new technology vs. protection of investments (ATM, etc.)?

  • Objectors (Unions, Nationalists, etc.)?

  • Infrastructure (Airports, public transport)?


And the

General Aviation?

  • Appreciation of VFR (political, society, industry)

  • Is VFR everywhere the same?

  • Controlled or self-responsible VFR?

  • What airspace will be left?

  • No GA – No Airlines?

  • Cost allocation at the expense of VFR?


Next steps?

  • We will see and discuss today!

  • I’m looking forward to your inputs and comments 


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