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28 januari 2016 | 18:00 - 21:00
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videoconferenties deskundigen inzake MH17

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Speciale ruimte voor videoconferenties. Aanwezigheid publiek niet mogelijk vanwege ontbreken publieke tribune. Vergadering wordt wel gestreamd via internetsite van de Kamer. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMyEDAbHvnSLenVpN5UaZhg/live
 

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Mededeling
Download Mededeling over de Engelstalige stenografische verslagen van het gesprek en van de drie videoconferenties over de ramp met de MH17
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Download Verslag van drie videoconferenties, gehouden op 28 januari 2016, met deskundigen inzake MH17
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Download Herziene convo videoconferentie Onderzoeksrapporten MH-17 28 jan

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videoconferenties met vertegenwoordigers van Eurocontrol, IATA en ICAO

Details

1. Van 18.00-19.00 uur: mr. David McMillan, (former) Chairman Task Force on Risks to Civil Aviation arising from Conflict Zones (TF RCZ), International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)

2. Van 19.00-20.00 uur: mr. Joe Sultana, Director Network Manager, Eurocontrol

3. Van 20.00-21.00 uur: International Air Transport Association (IATA)
- Nick Careen, Senior Vice President, Airport, Passenger, Cargo and Security Division (APCS), IATA
- Gilberto Lopez Meyer, Senior Vice President, Safety, Operations and Infrastructure, IATA
 supported by:
- Carolina Ramirez Taborda, Global Director, Security and Facilitation, IATA
- Jeff Shane, General Counsel, IATA
- Mike Comber, Director, Member and External Relations with ICAO, IATA
- Russell Vieco, Head, Aviation Security, IATA

Informatie over mr. Sultana:
Joe Sultana has been the Director of the Network Manager Directorate since 1 July 2013. Mr Sultana joined EUROCONTROL in 1991 as an Airspace Management Expert and was involved in coordinating Airspace and Navigation projects within the Airspace Division in the EATCHIP Development Directorate. He was appointed as the Agency’s Reduced Vertical Separation Minima (RVSM) Programme Manager in May 1998. The RVSM Programme was completed in December 2002 after the successful implementation of RVSM in 41 States in January 2002. In April 2003, Mr Sultana was appointed as Head of Business Division Network Capacity. Subsequently, he was assigned additional responsibility for the Dynamic Management of European Airspace Network (DMEAN) Framework Programme. In October 2006, Mr Sultana became EUROCONTROL’s Head of Airspace, Network Planning and Navigation Division. On 1 June 2008, Mr Sultana moved to the Central Flow Management Unit (CFMU) as Head of Operations and on 2 Jan 2009 became the Deputy Director CFMU responsible for Network Operations and Information Management. On 1 January 2011, he became Chief Operating Officer responsible for the overall Network Manager functions. Joe Sultana graduated with an Engineering Degree from the University of Malta in 1975 and joined the Air Traffic Services Unit in Malta in the same year. He obtained ATCO licenses in Aerodrome, Radar and Area Control and was a Watch Supervisor for four years. In 1982, he was appointed Head of Air Traffic Services in the Maltese Department of Civil Aviation. He became Deputy Director of Civil Aviation within the same Administration in 1984, retaining direct responsibility for the Air Traffic Services organisation until his departure from Malta.

Informatie over mr. McMillan:
Mr. McMillan participated in the Task Force on Risks to Civil Aviation arising from Conflict Zones (TF RCZ) as a representative of the Flight Safety Foundation - an independent group that advocates for the improvement of aviation safety throughout the world, and was asked to chair the meeting given his past experience as the UK’s Director General of Civil Aviation and as Director General of Eurocontrol. His role was to lead the discussions of participating ICAO Member States and help them come to agreement on a work programme for ICAO to take forward on cataloguing and, where possible, clarifying Member State responsibilities as well as on centralised methods for improving Member State practices in the field of risk assessment, information sharing and the like. The Task Force also made some recommendations on centralised processes on operations over conflict zones, often for action by ICAO.
 

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Aanvullende position paper IATA n.a.v. gesprek videoconferenties deskundigen inzake MH17 d.d. 28 januari 2016

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Aanvullende position paper Eurocontrol n.a.v. gesprek videoconferenties deskundigen inzake MH17 d.d. 28 januari 2016

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