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The 54th Meeting of the Study Group for Route Charges




At the 104th Session of the Enlarged Committee for Route Charges held on 24 and 25 June 2015 a decision was taken that the 54th Meeting of the Study Group for Route Charges will be held in Yerevan (Armenia) and this was reconfirmed at the 106th Session, which took place in EUROCONTROL Headquarters in Brussels (Belgium) on 29 and 30 June 2016.

The Study Group for Route Charges is an informal advisory group established by the Enlarged Committee for Route Charges and comprised of the experts represented by the members and observers of the enlarged Committee for Route Charges and/or their nominees, as well as experts from the CRCO and, if necessary, from the EUROCONTROL Agency or external institutions (e.g. ICAO, research institutes, firms of consultants, etc.), which meets twice a year (usually in Brussels in spring and in any alternative place in autumn), in order to carry out examinations of various issues relating to the route charges system.

The first invitation for holding the Study Group’s meeting in autumn 2014 in Yerevan was sounded by Armenia at the 100th Session of the Enlarged Committee for Route Charges held in November 2013. Though this initiative was warmly welcomed, the preference was given first to Turkey (Istanbul, 09-10 October, 2014) and then to France (Paris, 24-25 September, 2015).


However, in the result of continued careful work, supported by the CRCO, every effort was made towards the long-expected decision, which was finally taken by the Enlarged Committee for Route Charges at its 104th Session held on 24 and 25 June 2015.

The 54th Meeting of the Study Group for Route Charges will be hosted by “ARMATS” CJSC and take place at Metropol Hotel in Yerevan (Armenia) on 29 and 30 September 2016. It is expected that more than 50 experts from the Member States to EUROCONTROL, as well as from the Central Route Charges Office (CRCO) and user organizations will participate in the Meeting in order to discuss various issues1 and thus to contribute to the further development and improvement of overall Route Charges System.

 

 

 

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