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08 February 2006
In the last months of 2005 significant changes in the field of aviation and airport legislation were implemented in Italy.
The Italian Air Navigation Code has been amended and integrated by Legislative Decree 96/2005. The decree was published in the Official Gazette on June 8 2005 and the new measures came into force at the end of October 2005. They cover various aspects of aviation, including:
The decree will be subject to review on any points raised by the Italian Civil Aviation Authority within a year of its entry into force (ie, before October 21 2006), based on the application of the rules in practice and their compliance with European regulations. Further changes may be suggested in light of new concerns voiced by operators, customers or the public administration. Studies will also be undertaken to evaluate the harmonization of the requirements for the issuing of EU air carrier licences by the aviation authority and those relating to the registration of aircraft with the Italian Aircraft Registry.
Law 248/2005, which implements the provisions of Legislative Decree 203/2005, has introduced new provisions on airport charges. The legislation is intended to support the development of airports and air traffic control and reduce the related costs for the airlines using them.
The new law provides for:
For further information on this topic please contact Laura Pierallini or Gianluigi Ascenzi at Studio Legale Cannata Pierallini by telephone (+39 06 88 41 713) or by fax (+39 06 88 40 249) or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com).
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