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venerdì 14 giugno 2013

LA EU VUOLE CENTRALIZZARE IL CONTROLLO DEL TRAFFICO AEREO: I CONTROLLORI DI VOLO FRANCESI SCIOPERANO

A passenger checks a board which shows departing flights at Roissy Charles de Gaulle international airport on June 11, 2013. Lo sciopero attuato dai controllori di volo francesi si sta espandendo in tutta Europa con piu’ di 10 paesi che minacciano simili azioni. Circa ¾ dei voli dagli aeroporti piu’ trafficati di Francia sono stati cancellati a causa di uno sciopero continuato, come protesta nei confronti della proposta della Commissione Europea di creare un solo spazio aereo per il continente. 

Il Direttorio Francese per l’Aviazione Civile (Directorate General for Civil Aviation DGAC) ha detto in una dichiarazione che mercoledi , circa 1800 voli sono stati cancellati. “Circa il 100 percento dei controllori di traffico francese ha preso parte allo sciopero”, ha aggiunto l’DGAC

I 3 giorni di sciopero, indetti dalla Federazione dei Lavoratori Europei per il Trasporto (European Transport Workers' Federation ETF), sono partiti martedi.

L’ DGAC ha chiesto alle compagnie aeree che servono gli aeroporti di Parigi, Lione, Nizza, Marsiglia, Tolosa, Bordeaux, di ridurre i voli del 50percento, a partire dalle prime ore di martedi fino a giovedi.

La Commissione Europea ha proposto di centralizzare il controllo del traffico aereo, invece di far si che ogni stato europeo membro possa monitorare il proprio spazio aereo. La CE dice che tale cambiamento puo’ tagliare i costi, ridurre i ritardi, triplicare lo spazio aereo della regione.
Tuttavia, i controllori di volo dicono che il piano influenzerà le condizioni di sicurezza e di lavoro e aggiungono che i cambiamenti proposti sono anche in violazione della sovranità nazionale della nazioni europee [ma che strana sorpresa…].

Secondo la Federazione dei Lavoratori Europei per il Trasporto (European Transport Workers' Federation ETF), “gli scioperi cercano di fermare un processo senza fine  di liberalizzazione, deregulation e tagli ai costi nell’industria della gestione del Traffico Aereo.”
Nel frattempo, martedi, il Commissario della EU per il trasporto, Siim Kallas ha detto al Parlamento Europeo che  “E’ giunto il tempo per una azione piu’ decisiva. Se lasciamo le cose come sono, ci dovremo confrontare con una forte congestione e caos nel nostro spazio aereo.”

Nel mentre i lavoratori di un numero di altri Paesi, incluso Austria, UK, Italia e Portogallo hanno messo in opera delle riunioni,  e azioni di lavoro minimo

Traduzione Cristina Bassi
A strike staged by French air traffic controllers is expanding across Europe with ten more countries bracing for similar industrial action.


Nearly three-quarters of flights from France’s busiest airports were cancelled due to the ongoing strike, which came in protest at a European Commission (EC) proposal to create a single airspace for the continent.

The French Directorate General for Civil Aviation (DGAC) said in a statement that about 1,800 flights were cancelled on Wednesday.

“Nearly 100 percent” of France's air traffic controllers were taking part in the strike, DGAC added.

The three-day strike, which was called by the European Transport Workers' Federation (ETF), started on Tuesday.

The DGAC asked airlines serving airports in Paris, Lyon, Nice, Marseille, Toulouse, and Bordeaux to reduce flights by 50 percent starting early Tuesday, through late Thursday.

The EC is proposing to centralize the air traffic control, instead of having each European member state monitor its own airspace. The European body says that the change could cut costs, reduce delays, and triple the region’s airspace.

However, air controllers are saying that the plan will affect safety and working conditions, adding that the proposed changes are also in violation of national sovereignty of European nations.

According to the ETF, the strikes seek to “stop a never-ending process of liberalization, deregulation and cost-cutting in the Air Traffic Management industry.”

Meanwhile on Tuesday, the European Union’s Transportation Commissioner Siim Kallas told the European Parliament, “The time has come for more decisive action. If we leave things as they are, we will be confronted with heavy congestion and chaos in our airspace.”

Meanwhile, workers in a number of countries including Austria, Britain, Italy and Portugal staged walkouts, gatherings and minimum-work actions. - See more at: http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/06/12/308624/french-strike-spreads-across-europe/#sthash.xMGsmra4.dpuf
A strike staged by French air traffic controllers is expanding across Europe with ten more countries bracing for similar industrial action.


Nearly three-quarters of flights from France’s busiest airports were cancelled due to the ongoing strike, which came in protest at a European Commission (EC) proposal to create a single airspace for the continent.

The French Directorate General for Civil Aviation (DGAC) said in a statement that about 1,800 flights were cancelled on Wednesday.

“Nearly 100 percent” of France's air traffic controllers were taking part in the strike, DGAC added.

The three-day strike, which was called by the European Transport Workers' Federation (ETF), started on Tuesday.

The DGAC asked airlines serving airports in Paris, Lyon, Nice, Marseille, Toulouse, and Bordeaux to reduce flights by 50 percent starting early Tuesday, through late Thursday.

The EC is proposing to centralize the air traffic control, instead of having each European member state monitor its own airspace. The European body says that the change could cut costs, reduce delays, and triple the region’s airspace.

However, air controllers are saying that the plan will affect safety and working conditions, adding that the proposed changes are also in violation of national sovereignty of European nations.

According to the ETF, the strikes seek to “stop a never-ending process of liberalization, deregulation and cost-cutting in the Air Traffic Management industry.”

Meanwhile on Tuesday, the European Union’s Transportation Commissioner Siim Kallas told the European Parliament, “The time has come for more decisive action. If we leave things as they are, we will be confronted with heavy congestion and chaos in our airspace.”

Meanwhile, workers in a number of countries including Austria, Britain, Italy and Portugal staged walkouts, gatherings and minimum-work actions. - See more at: http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/06/12/308624/french-strike-spreads-across-europe/#sthash.xMGsmra4.dpuf
A strike staged by French air traffic controllers is expanding across Europe with ten more countries bracing for similar industrial action.


Nearly three-quarters of flights from France’s busiest airports were cancelled due to the ongoing strike, which came in protest at a European Commission (EC) proposal to create a single airspace for the continent.

The French Directorate General for Civil Aviation (DGAC) said in a statement that about 1,800 flights were cancelled on Wednesday.

“Nearly 100 percent” of France's air traffic controllers were taking part in the strike, DGAC added.

The three-day strike, which was called by the European Transport Workers' Federation (ETF), started on Tuesday.

The DGAC asked airlines serving airports in Paris, Lyon, Nice, Marseille, Toulouse, and Bordeaux to reduce flights by 50 percent starting early Tuesday, through late Thursday.

The EC is proposing to centralize the air traffic control, instead of having each European member state monitor its own airspace. The European body says that the change could cut costs, reduce delays, and triple the region’s airspace.

However, air controllers are saying that the plan will affect safety and working conditions, adding that the proposed changes are also in violation of national sovereignty of European nations.

According to the ETF, the strikes seek to “stop a never-ending process of liberalization, deregulation and cost-cutting in the Air Traffic Management industry.”

Meanwhile on Tuesday, the European Union’s Transportation Commissioner Siim Kallas told the European Parliament, “The time has come for more decisive action. If we leave things as they are, we will be confronted with heavy congestion and chaos in our airspace.”

Meanwhile, workers in a number of countries including Austria, Britain, Italy and Portugal staged walkouts, gatherings and minimum-work actions. - See more at: http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/06/12/308624/french-strike-spreads-across-europe/#sthash.xMGsmra4.dpuf

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