WC 8.2.2.1 MONITORING PRIVATISATION / COMMERCIALISATION IN ATC

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WC 8.2.2.1 MONITORING PRIVATISATION / COMMERCIALISATION IN ATC

The 1993 Conference adopted the following definition of Privatisation for IFATCA use:

Privatisation of Air Traffic Control refers to the process by which the functions and/or assets of Air Traffic Control are transferred from a government department to either the private sector or to a Company or Corporation owned either partly or fully by the government, but operating independently of total government control. [Coopers & Lybrand]


IFATCA Policy is:

The safety and quality levels of the Air Traffic Services system shall not be compromised by privatisation / commercialisation.


See: WP 111 – Christchurch 1993

IFATCA Policy is:

IFATCA should monitor the effects of privatisation / commercialisation on ATCOs working conditions in co-operation with the ILO.


See: WP 111 – Christchurch 1993 and Resolution C10 – WP 164 – Punta Cana 2010

 


Note: A comprehensive overview of legal aspects that should be considered the minimum requirements when ATC is to be privatised can be found in WP 94.C.137 which was accepted as Guidance material by Rec. 94.C.21.


IFATCA Policy is:

IFATCA creates and maintain a secure database from responses to the questionnaires.


See: WP 157 – Marrakech 2000 and Resolution C11 – WP 164 – Punta Cana 2010

 

Last Update: October 2, 2020  

November 5, 2019   212   Jean-Francois Lepage    WC    

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