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|Verfasst am: Mo, 06 Jul 2009, 18:34 Titel: Aktuell zum G8-Gipfel: Italien hebt "Schengen" auf
IAOPA schreibt in den Juli e-news:
Italy suspends Schengen
Thinking of flying to Italy? Because of the G8 Summit in L’Aquila, Italy, the Italian Ministry of the Interior suspended ‘Schengen Treaty’ between June 28th at midnight local time until midnight of July 15th 2009. Massimo Levy writes: “As usual, general aviation has been neglected and no official communication on the matter has been issued or communicated. The consequence is that all pilots intending to fly into Italy from a European Union airport will have to follow the regulations in force for flights to or from non-Schengen airports within the EU. These flights are regulated by law N° 146/94 which states that all non-commercial flights within the EU using airports without customs authority must file a Flight Plan at least three hours before take of and indicate in the box N° 18 of the ICAO flight plan form the mention that ‘pilot and passengers are in possess of valid entry documents’. The Aeronautical Authority will then inform the Police Authority who will decide whether someone will meet you at the airport of entry or not. If you intend to come to Italy, respect this procedure to avoid further difficulties. All other flights to or from countries outside the EU will, obviously have to arrive and depart through airports with customs authority.”
Wäre ja zu schön, wenn unsere Single DFS so etwas auch kommunizieren würde.