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European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation Remarks: The European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation (EUROCONTROL) was set up by an International Convention of 13 December In , the Contracting Parties to this Convention initiated a . History 12 Dec Protocols: Additional Protocol to the EUROCONTROL International Convention Relating to Cooperation for the Safety of Air Navigation; Multilateral Agreement Relating to Route Charges. Available with paid subscription only. International Convention relating to Co-operation for the Safety of Air Navigation of 13 December as variously amended, signed at Brussels on 27 June , as early implemented through Decision No 71 taken by the Permanent Commission on 9 December on early implementation of certain provisions in the revised Convention, in particular in. Protocol amending the Eurocontrol International Convention relating to co-operation for the safety of air navigation. Article 1 1. The Contracting Parties agree to strengthen their co-operation and to develop their joint activities in the field of air navigation, making due allowance for defence needs and providing maximum freedom for all airspace users consistent with the required level of safety.
A body known as Eurocontrol, established in by the Brussels Convention Relating to Co-operation for the Safety of Air Navigation, represents an attempt at international cooperation in air-traffic control by a number of western European states. The Paris Convention of was the first international convention to address the political difficulties and intricacies involved in international aerial navigation. The convention was concluded under the auspices of the International Commission for Air Navigation. It attempted to reduce the confusing patchwork of ideologies and regulations which differed by country by defining certain guiding . Air navigation services are manifestly important to the safety and efficiency of air transportation. Safety and security of flight depend upon the proficiency of their provision. They impact airline economics both in terms of the charges they impose upon users of the system, and the delay and circuity they can impose on aircraft operations. international co-operation between States in devising and adopting effective and practical measures for the prevention of all unlawful acts against the safety of maritime navigation, and the prosecution and pu-nishment of their perpetrators, RECALLING resolution 40/61 of the General As-sembly of the United Nations of 9 December
EUROCONTROL was established under the EUROCONTROL International Convention relating to Cooperation for the Safety of Air Navigation of 13 December , which entered into . CONVENTION RELATING TO THE REGULATION OF AERIAL NAVIGATION Dated 13th October, as affected by Protocol of J The International Commission of Air Navigation has, during the course of its 16th session, meeting in Paris with M. Pierre-Etienne Flandin presiding, assisted by . AIR NAVIGATION SAFETY AND STANDARDS DIRECTORATE. Under the Chicago Convention and the international treaties, the safety regulation of civil aviation is a national responsibility. The operation of safety-related air traffic services within Jordan must be on the basis of achieving levels of safety which are both publicly and politically. Protocol consolidating the EUROCONTROL International Convention relating to Co-operation for the Safety of Air Navigation of 13 December , as variously amended, opened for .