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UK Consultation Paper on the European Commission’s proposed Aviation Security Charges Directive

Date published:
21 July 2009
Closing date:
25 September 2009

Summary: The European Commission published a proposal for a European Directive on Aviation Security Charges on 14th May 2009 (‘the proposed Directive’). The proposal aims to establish a framework of common principles, for all EU airports, that should be followed when setting and modifying security charges. Substantive consideration of this proposal is expected to take place in the Council of Ministers and the European Parliament during the autumn. Initial views of Member States have already been sought via the Council Aviation Working Group. The Commission, in preparing the legislation, have consulted major stakeholder organisations as well as transport users and consumers via their associations. This consultation seeks your views on the proposal to help inform the UK’s negotiating strategy in preparation for more detailed discussions of the proposal in the Council of Ministers. Ministerial approval has been given for a shorter consultation to enable us to prepare for this. 

Published date: 21 July 2009

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UK Government response to a consultation on the EC's proposed Aviation Security Charges Directive (92 kb)

On 21 July 2009, the Department for Transport launched a consultation on the European Commission’s proposed Aviation Security Charges directive. The primary purpose of the consultation was to help inform the UK’s negotiating position during working groups of the Council of the European Union. This document summarises the responses received and provides the Government’s comments to each question asked in the consultation paper.

Published:
26 January 2010

UK Consultation Paper on the European Commission’s proposed Aviation Security Charges Directive (72 kb)

UK consultation is seeking views to help inform negotiations on the European Commission’s proposed Directive.

Published:
21 July 2009

Annex A – European Commission proposed draft Directive on Aviation Security Charges (57 kb)

This Annex is the text of the European Commission draft legislative proposal that the UK consultation is seeking views on to inform negotiations.

Published:
21 July 2009

Annex B – European Commission Summary Impact Assessment (49 kb)

This Annex is the European Commission’s Summary Impact Assessment of the draft legislative proposal that the UK consultation is seeking views on to inform negotiations. There will be - as a separate Annex - the UK initial/partial IA.

Published:
21 July 2009

Annex C – European Commission Full Impact Assessment (416 kb)

This Annex is the European Commission’s Full Impact Assessment of the draft legislative proposal that the UK consultation is seeking views on to inform negotiations. There will be as a separate Annex the UK initial/partial IA.

Published:
21 July 2009

Annex D - Initial Impact Assessment for the Aviation Security Charges proposal (61 kb)

UK consultation is seeking views to help inform negotiations on the European Commission’s proposed Directive and the IA is part of this.

Published:
21 July 2009

Annex E – List of consultees (22 kb)

List of those we’re consulting direct.

Published:
21 July 2009

Annex F – Consultation Response Form. (110 kb)

Form for consultees to download and complete in order to send back their response.

Published:
21 July 2009

Annex G – Code of Practice on Consultation (14 kb)

Required annex to any public consultation.

Published:
21 July 2009


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