Agenda

Program Highlights:

  • EU and ICAO – the relationship with the Member States. How to reconcile differences in approach.
  • EASA and its Member States: Cooperation and expectations
  • What next after the ICAO 38th Assembly?
  • How to transform the airports in profitable businesses?
  • A Trade Union for the Airports?
  • The impact of governmental authorities and air traffic controllers on airports and passengers
  • Liability in cross border sectors
  • Civil – military cooperation
  • UAVs, the challenge of the year?
  • Towards a new Regulation 261
  • The fate of State owned operators

The above subjects will be addressed in a multifaceted and thought provoking fashion by prominent and expert representatives of ICAO, the EU and EASA, governmental authorities, academics, airlines and law firms.

 

26 March 2014 – Welcome cocktail reception (walking dinner) 1900h, Novotel Bucharest

27 March 2014

8 :15 – 9:00

Registration and welcome coffee

   

 


 

 9:00 – 9:30

Welcome and Introduction

   

 


 

9:30 – 11:15

Panel I

International and Regional Cooperation in the Air Transport Industry

Topics:

ICAO’s work for convergence in the air transport regulatory field. Conclusions of the ICAO 38 Assembly.

EASA and its Member States:

-          The cooperation

-          The limits

-          The expectations

-          The exceptions

Legal challenges and opportunities for Russia's regional international air tranport cooperation.

What next after the ICAO 38 Assembly

International Cooperation – the hard road to achieving harmonization.

Moderator:Ms. Julie Oettinger

Former Assistant administrator for policy, international affairs and environment at the Federal Aviation Administration, Washington, USA

Panellists:

Mr. Frederic Malaud

Air Transport Development Manager, ICAO, Montreal, Canada

Mr. Fredrik Kämpfe

Deputy Chief Legal Adviser at EASA, Cologne, Germany

Mr. Alexander Batalov

Counsel CMS Russia, Moscow, Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation

Mr.Rajesh Singh

Former Joint Secretary, Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India, New Delhi, India

Mr. Wahyuni Bahar

Partner, Bahar and Partners, Jakarta, Indonesia


 

11:15–11:45

Coffee break

   

 


11:45-12:45

Panel II – The Airports of 2014

Topics:

How to transform the Airport in a fruitful business

What can airports expect next?

Discussions on the guidelines on State Aid

Airport Competition

A Trade Union for the Airports?

Moderator: Prof. Mia Wouters

LVP Law/University of Ghent, Brussels, Belgium

Panellists:

Prof. Laura Pierallini

Partner, Studio Pierallini/LUISS University of Rome , Rome, Italy

Dr. Vincent Correia

International Institute of Air and Space Law, Leiden University, Guest Lecturer, Paris, France

Ms. Mildred Troegler

Association of European Airlines, Brussels, Belgium

Mr. Jiri Hornik

Partner at Kocian Solc Balastik, Prague, Czech Republic

 


 

12:45– 14:00

Lunch

   

 


 

14.00– 15:45

Panel III

NSA and ANSP – the game of thrones

Topics:

What impact do NSAs and ANSPs have on airports and passengers?

Civil-Military ATM Cooperation within the Single European Sky

Liability aspects in civil aviation activities

UAVs, the challenge of the year?

The importance of the Just Culture concept and the implementation in the national legislationa

Moderator:    Mr. Alan Meneghetti

Partner Locke Lord LLP, London, UK

Panellists:

Mr. Aleodor Francu

Development Director, ROMATSA, Bucharest, Romania

Capt. Piotr Ołowski (TBC)

President of the Civil Aviation Authority

of the Republic of Polan, Warsaw, Poland

Mr. Adrian Codi

Director Romanian Military Aeronautical Authority, Bucharest, Romania

Prof. Anna Masutti

Partner, LS LexJus Sinacta/ University of Bologna,Bologna, Italy

Mr. Bogdan Nedelcu

Vice-Presedinte Teamnet International SA, Bucharest Romannia

Mr. Rodercik van Dam

President of the International Foundation for Public Aviation (IFPA), Brussels, Belgium

 


 

15:45 - 16:00

Refreshments

   

 


 

16:00 - 17:00

Panel IV

Airlines

Topics:

The new Regulation 261

The fate of State owned operators

Are the operators still facing the economic crisis?

Moderator: Pof. Pablo Mendes de Leon

Professor of Air and Space Law, Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands

Panellists:

Ms. Anca Apahidean

Bucharest, Romania - ‎Area Manager Eastern Europe at International Air Transport Association (IATA), Bucharest, Romania

Mr. Dragos Munteanu

Head of Flight Safety & Quality Department, TAROM Romanian Air Transport, Bucharest, Romania

Prof. Brian Havel (TBC)

Dean of International Affairs, DePaul University, Chicago, USA

Director, International Aviation Law Institute, DePaul University, Chicago, USA

Distinguished Research Professor of Law, Oxford University, UK

Mr. Henning zur Hausen (Cargolux)

Senior VP Legal and Compliance at Cargolux Airlines, Luxembourg

 


 

17:00 - 17:12

Presentation

Mergers and commercial transactions

Mr. Arthur Flieger

Flieger Law on behalf of Blue Air

Blue Air - Business Transfer


17:15– 17:30

Closing remarks

   

 


 

20:00

RECEPTION DUTCH EMBASSY

 
 
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