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An analysis of the European Union's external competence and external relations in air transport. The adoption of the third air transport package means that the major challenge to the EU is to develop external relations in air transport.;Part I of the book provides a detailed analysis of the EU's internal and external competence in air transport and in matters including air transport within their scope.
The amendments introduced by the Single European Act and the Treaty on European Union are fully taken into consideration. A different vision is proposed of the development of external competence in air transport and a new classification of the Community's secondary legislative measures in this area. It includes a complete list of the political, legal and economic obstacles to the acquisition by the EU of external competence in air transport.
Part II offers a detailed analysis of the EU's external relations in air transport, dealing with relations with non-member states, including Norway and Sweden, some EFTA countries and Central and Eastern Europe. The many problems facing external relations, and the future prospects, are analyzed. Relations with internal organizations are analyzed in terms of the various forms of actual and future Community participation in civil aviation organizations.