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At the meeting of the Management Board of the Airport Council International Europe, held yesterday, January 22nd, in Brussels, Mr. David Ciceo, the Managing Director of Cluj Avram Iancu International Airport and the president of the Romanian Airports Association, was elected to the team of 7 members representing the organization on the International Management Council of the Airport Council International.

At the meeting of the Management Board of the Airport Council International Europe, held yesterday, January 22nd, in Brussels, Mr. David Ciceo, the Managing Director of  Cluj Avram Iancu International Airport and the president of the Romanian Airports Association, was elected to the team of 7 members representing the organization on the International Management Council of the Airport Council International.

This is the first time when a representative of airports in Romania has become part of the World Leadership Forum of an organization that plays an extremely important role in shaping the international civil aviation regime.

Together with the general managers of the airports from Munich, Moscow (Domodedovo), Athens and Bologna and the directors Aena (Spain) and Fraport (Germany), Mr. David Ciceo will have to represent the interests of European airports for the development of an air transport system characterized by safety, security, efficiency and compatibility with the environment; strengthening the cooperation between all segments of the aviation industry and promoting a legislative and normative framework, as well as  some policies, standards, national and international practices in the field in accordance with the interests and priorities of the airports.

On the occasion of the meeting in Brussels, under the high patronage of the Croatian Presidency of the Council of the European Union and with the participation of representatives of the European Parliament and the European Commission, a summit of sustainability for the aviation industry. The discussions concerned extremely important issues such as the decarbonisation of aviation according to the European Union’s 2050 concerning the climate neutrality objective and concrete measures that should be taken in this regard.

Moreover, on the ACI Europe agenda were the reports of the standing committees of ACI Europe – related to political issues, operational and technical safety, aviation security, environmental protection, human resources and leadership. Also, the strategy of the organization was approved in a series of negotiations with major impact for the aviation industry such as those regarding state aid, airport taxes, environmental protection, relations with other stakeholders in this field.

 

23rd January 2020