Airline law may be amended

APA - Austria Presse Agentur
opublikowano: 28-02-2006, 15:24

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – The Polish market may become cheaper for airlines thanks to an amendment prepared by the Civil Aviation Office ULC.

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – The Polish market may become cheaper for airlines thanks to an amendment prepared by the Civil Aviation Office ULC.

Navigation fees are to be adjusted to international rules and a list of flights exempted from these fees is to be prepared.

“We need to make a simulation to see how much it would cost the budget to refund the costs of exempted flights. This is the prerequisite to build the list”, Adam Borkowski, ULC spokesman said.

In Poland, the Polish Air Traffic Agency takes the fees. It belongs to PPL, the state-owned operator of Polish airports.

Another project is to get rid of the monopoly of the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management (IMGW) to offer meteorology services.

“There should be at least to providers”, Andrzej Synal, a pilot comments.

ULC would also like to secure state-owned airports.

“It will make it more difficult to close airports and sell the properties for other purposes, including shopping malls. Today, only international airports are protected”, Adam Borkowski explained.

Minima insurance amounts for non-trade exploitation of small planes may be lowered, too.

“Today, the minimal amount is SDR 250,000. We propose SDR 100,000”, Adam Borkowski said.

The changes would be implemented in May and October.


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