The Commission has received an application from Shannon Airport for approval of an ATI fee of €0.40 per departing passenger for CUPPS (Common User Passenger Processing System) equipment. We invite submissions from interested parties on this application.
Flight disruptions are expected as a result of Storm Stella affecting the East Coast of the USA today. Passengers are advised to monitor the air carrier websites.
The CAR is currently developing a strategic plan for the period 2017-2019. We have published a draft of this plan. We are keen to hear the view of all interested parties and invite submissions by 24 March 2017.
The Commission is conducting a consultation on its Draft Decision on the Interim Review of the 2014 Determination of the Maximum Level of Airport Charges at Dublin Airport with regards to the regulatory treatment of the North Runway.
The Commission has published the results of quality of service monitoring of Dublin Airport for Q4 2016.
The Commission for Aviation Regulation (CAR) today publishes CN1 of 2017, detailing key dates and vital information for those travel agents and tour operators whose licences expire on 30 April 2017
The Thessaloniki Forum of European Airport Charges Regulators has published two guidance papers to assist in the implementation of the Airport Charges Directive (2009/12/EC).
The first paper contains recommendations on how the requirements of the Airport Charges Directive on Consultation and Transparency can be fulfilled. The second paper offers recommendations as to how the Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) should be set.
The Commission has published its decision on a process for considering a supplementary capital expenditure (capex) allowance for Dublin Airport within a determination period.
The Commission advises that the 2017 provisional price cap for airport charges at Dublin Airport is €9.86 per passenger. The Commission also confirms that Dublin Airport complied with the 2015 final price cap of €10.26 per passenger.
The Commission for Aviation Regulation (CAR) issues new licences and renews existing licences for travel agents and tour operators twice a year. The first round of licences are issued on the 1st May (the Spring round) and the second round of licences are issued on the 1st November (the Autumn round). A licence is valid for a period of twelve months after its date of issue.
CAR today, 11th November 2016, has announced the completion of the Autumn 2016 licensing round for travel agents and tour operators offering travel from Ireland.