550/2004, VoEg 2096/2005 and Vo Eg 668/2008, Rhein-Neckar Flugplatz GmbH decided to become a certified Air Navigation Service Provider, becoming a competitor to the German monopolist DFS (Deutsche Flugsicherung).
The Single European Sky Regulations Vo Eg 550/2004 and 2096/2004 enable companies to provide a safe and independent Air Traffic Control (ATC) service to customers. The general objective of this project was therefore to bring the existing ATC system in line with new legal requirements according to the abovementioned regulations, leading to a cost increase of nearly €300,000 per year. Reducing this burden to a small aerodrome, we decided to run through the certification process to become an Air Navigation Service Provider.
|Award category:||public service delivery|
|Sector:||Transport and infrastructure|
|Type of activity:||new services or new technologies|
|Keywords:||Air traffic control, certification|
|Short English description:||Rhein-Neckar Flugplatz GmbH decided to become a certified Air Navigation Service Provider, becoming a competitor to the German monopolist DFS|
|Organisation:||Rhein-Neckar Flugplatz GmbH|
|Level of government:||national level|
|Size of organisation:||25-50|
|Number of people involved:|
|EU membership:||EU member|