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dc.contributor.authorEU Commission
dc.date.accessioned2020-05-19T09:35:26Z
dc.date.available2020-05-19T09:35:26Z
dc.date.issued2008-09-29
dc.identifier.urihttps://ketlib.lib.unipi.gr/xmlui/handle/ket/2275
dc.descriptionhttp://aei.pitt.edu/id/eprint/42508
dc.descriptionCOM (2008) 582 final
dc.description.abstractIn spite of the progress made, terrorism continues to be a threat to our society. Civil aviation is at particular risk and can be vulnerable to attack by a variety of methods. The Commission's work to ensure that appropriate legislation is in force, and fully implemented across the Community, therefore remains essential for the proper protection of EU citizens. There can be little doubt that this work has helped to prevent successful attacks during the period covered by this report. However, the threat is still real and it is important to remain vigilant. We need to ensure the effective protection of our citizens, while at the same time establishing the framework for the good functioning of the internal aviation market. In this context, Regulation (EC) 2320/2002 can be seen as the first landmark on a continuing route. The planning of this route must, however, take full account of technological advances, be subject to regular review and be promoted worldwide through international negotiations. Every effort must be made to assist airport and airline staff, minimise inconvenience for the travelling public and streamline processes while maintaining high levels of security. This is the Commission's third report on the implementation of Regulation (EC) 2320/2002 and covers the period January-December 2007. It falls into two parts. Part One first gives an analysis of Commission inspection reports compiled during 2007, including the follow up actions. Part Two sets out the steps taken to rationalise the process of putting the rules into operation, taking greater account of the needs of passengers and the industry. The report confirms continuing progress in the implementation of common rules for civil aviation security, from a strong global base - although there is certainly still room for improvement. It also details the proactive approach being taken by the Community in developing a flexible, practical and harmonised system, designed to facilitate the movement of passengers and cargo through a secure airport environment.
dc.format.extent14p.
dc.language.isoen
dc.publisherEU Commission
dc.subjectTransportation policy
dc.subjectTransportation Air
dc.titleThird report on the implementation of Regulation (EC) 2320/2002 establishing common rules in the field civil aviation security.
dc.typeCOM Document
dc.publisher.placeBrussels


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