Implementation of emergency plans for aviation regulation in the case of the Imk. The Brexit transition period ends on 1 December 2020 without an aviation security agreement between the UK and the EU. If the UK fails to reach an agreement with the EU, it will be forced to reverse largely outdated agreements, which were originally established in the 1944 Convention on International Civil Aviation, also known as the Chicago Convention. concerned with ensuring the highest level of security of international air transport and reaffirming its grave concern at acts or threats to the safety of aircraft that jeopardize the safety of persons or property, interfere with the operation of air traffic and undermine public confidence in the safety of civil aviation; and bilateral agreements allow the sharing of the airworthiness certificate for civil aviation products between two countries. The air transport agreement – signed on behalf of the United States by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Transport Minister Elaine Chao – effectively replaces the existing EU-US air agreement. The EU-US AGREEMENT was signed in 2007 and established a legal framework «to promote safe, affordable, cost-effective and competitive air transport» between the two blocs. This publication is available on www.gov.uk/government/publications/international-agreements-if-the-uk-leaves-the-eu-without-a-deal/aviation without management or geographic restrictions and without the loss of a right of transport authorized by this contract, provided that the transport, with the exception of all-cargo services, is part of a service serving a point in the airline`s country of origin. However, horizontal agreements do not offer the same level of freedom as within the ECAA. Thus, the agreement between the United States and the European UNION gives the eighth and ninth freedom to EU airlines. To assist organizations in their own planning, we listed the assumptions we used to develop our approach to the potential scenario that there will be no aviation safety agreements at the end of the transition period.
Our use of these assumptions does not mean that the CAA thinks this result is likely; they allow us, as a responsible regulator, to prepare for any eventuality. If this scenario is to happen, we assume that without the aviation security agreements between Great Britain and the EU, there would have to be a number of regulatory procedures in the UK system so that we can continue to regulate the British aviation industry. We have adapted the existing systems so that they can continue to operate in the same way as they do today – but because the BRITISH government and the CAA, regardless of the EU, have regulatory functions. This page presents the CAA`s work on EU withdrawal, including our desire to establish a scenario in which no air services agreement between the UK and the EU will be in force at the end of the transition period. As a responsible regulator, the CAA prepares the following activities: the objective of facilitating the development of international air transport opportunities; In this context, the Court calls on the UK Government and the European Commission to recognise the damage done to the airline industry by the UK`s withdrawal from the EU, particularly for salaried workers.