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Wednesday, August 31, 2005
Proposals for a European blacklist were still working their way through lawmaking institutions, prompting individual countries to take action in the meantime.
Meanwile, France and Belgium have issued blacklists of airlines prohibited from using their airports, in an attempt to allay public fears about flying after a recent series of deadly crashes.
France's list of banned airlines is: Air Koryo of North Korea; Air St. Thomas of the U.S. Virgin Islands; International Air Services of Liberia; Thailand's Phuket Airlines; and Linhas Aereas de Mocambique and Transairways, both from Mozambique.
On the Belgian list were Africa Lines of the Central African Republic; Air Memphis from Egypt; Air Van Airlines of Armenia; Central Air Express from Congo; Libya's ICTTPW; International Air Tours Limited from Nigeria; Johnsons Air Limited of Ghana; Silverback Cargo Freighters from Rwanda; and South Airlines of Ukraine.
Swiss civil aviation officials said they planned to release a similar list Thursday.
Other European countries have rejected national blacklists. The Netherlands, for example, says such a move should be the result of a joint effort by the 25 EU countries.
Starting Sept. 8, different European Union member states will meet in Brussels to work on harmonizing rules to ban or suspend a company's flights, EU Transport Commissioner Jacques Barrot said Monday.
Posted by Iulia Rasoiu : 8/31/2005 10:59:00 am
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