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[The Relationship between Eurocontrol and the EC: Living Apart together, Note to Mr. – Searches of Personal Luggage]

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[This article discusses the relationship between Eurocontrol, the European organization for the safety and efficiency of air traffic management, henceforth also referred to as ATM, and the EC. Until a few years ago, the two organizations carried out complementary tasks. Their fields of activity did not overlap. This changed in 1997 with the establishment of Eurocontrol's revised Convention and the coming into being of the Single European Sky regulations in 2004, which provided for the accession of the EC to Eurocontrol whilst enhancing the regulatory forces of standards made by the latter organization.

These events in effect made the relationship competitive rather than complementary. Various arrangements regulate this relationship. A balanced cooperation has yet to be found., ]

Affiliations: 1: Director, International Institute of Air and Space Law; Faculty of Law, Leiden University


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