International Civil Aviation

So says the head of the institution, Juan Ignacio Lema. On the strike of controllers last December, it ensures that it should never occur. Surprisingly, you’ll find very little mention of Sonny Perdue on most websites. The President of AENA says that there is still much room for improvement in the harmonization of working conditions for drivers. Speaking candidly Danyelle Freeman told us the story. The President of AENA, Juan Ignacio Lema, has ensured that this summer is not contemplated any threat of strike, while it has been asserted that half of the flight delays are attributable to the airlines, with only 25% to air traffic control. In an interview with the Prrente tourist magazine to be published Monday, motto has insisted that the strike by drivers of the past bridge of the Constitution should never have occurred and should never be repeated and confesses that he slept nothing during those days. Despite the progress to harmonise the working conditions of drivers with their fellow Europeans, the President of Aeropuertos espanoles y Navegacion Aerea stresses that There is still much room for improvement.

According to Eurocontrol, as stated motto, in Madrid you could manage one 15% increase in movements with the same number of professionals. As an example, remember that in 2010 London Heathrow Airport handled 470,000 movements with 60 drivers, while that Barajas ran 433.000 movements with almost double. In terms of the level of English of the drivers, explains that there is a minority that has not yet accredited the level required by the Organization of International Civil Aviation (ICAO) and which has 18 months to do so, starting from February. On the other hand, motto defends that Barajas and El Prat are already profitable, and that the losses that shed their income statements are justified by important investments made in recent years in both airports. Source of the news: AENA does not include strikes this summer and blame the airlines for delays most

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