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Conditions regarding use of the Guidance Material for the establishment and modification of FABs
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Conditions agreed by the Single Sky Committee in its 38th session regarding initial use of the European Commission Guidance Material for the Establishment and Modification of Functional Airspace Blocks (FAB), edition 1.0 of 03 December 2010
INITIAL FAB GUIDANCE MATERIAL
This Guidance Material is provided for supporting and assisting the Member States and stakeholders concerned with the establishment of Functional Airspace Blocks.
The collection of Guidance Material is purely intended to assist in the understanding of actual legal requirements and how to possibly address the issues derived from them. Additionally, the Guidance Material identifies and provides options representing opportunities for establishing new or enhanced partnership arrangements that may improve FAB operations, performance etc, returning the expected benefits to the stakeholders and the network.
As a goal for the future revisions of this initial Guidance Material, increased efforts should be put to simplify and improve the usefulness by also making available dedicated expertise (contact points) to assist Member States and stakeholders in applying the provided guidance under the various chapters.
- It is non-binding and purely informative in nature;
- It represents the European Commission’s opinion at this point in time;
- It should be considered a living document constantly in need to be kept up to date with the changing regulatory environment but also on the basis of stakeholder feedback;
- Due to its evolving nature, it needs to be re-submitted to the Single Sky Committee at regular intervals when substantial changes to the regulatory environment are made and/or on request by the involved stakeholders;
- It should be a particular responsibility for the established FAB Focal Points Group to contribute to the continuous improvement of the Guidance Material, based on identified best practise.