- Published: 27 July 2007
Information on Contract signing as part the implementation of the Air Traffic Management Project in BiH
The contract on the supply of equipment that will enable Bosnia and Herzegovina to control its entire airspace thus making it unnecessary to continue with the engagement of air traffic control centers in Zagreb and Belgrade, was signed today with the renowned Spanish manufacturer INDRA SISTEMAS S.A., in Sarajevo.
The signatories to the contract were Director General Mr. Đorđe Ratkovica, on behalf of the Directorate of Civil Aviation, and Julio Martín Parra, on behalf of INDRA.
- Published: 26 April 2007
Paris (France), 20 April 2007 - The full responsibility for and control of the airspace over Bosnia and Herzegovina was transferred from the European Force (EUFOR) to the Government of Bosnia and Herzegovina on 20 April 2007. This transfer became effective upon the signing of a Protocol between the Commander of EUFOR, Rear Admiral Hans-Jochen Witthauer, and the Minister of Transport and Communication of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mr Božo Ljubić, during a ceremony held at the European and North Atlantic Office of ICAO in Paris on 20 April 2007.
- Published: 09 June 2006
A Multilateral Agreement was signed in Luxembourg between Republic of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republic of Bulgaria, Republic of Croatia, European Union, Republic of Island, Macedonia, Kingdom of Norway, Serbia and Montenegro, Romania and UNMIK/Kosovo on establishment of European Common Aviation Area (ECAA Agreement). On behalf of Bosnia and Herzegovina the Agreement was signed by Dr. Branko Dokić, Minister of Communication and Transport.
The objective of the Agreement is creation of the European Common Aviation Area (ECAA) and at the same time it provides for implementation of the Horizontal Agreement on Certain Aspects of Air Services, previously signed in Salzburg, R. Austria.
- Published: 08 June 2006
The Ministers of Transport of four states, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary and Slovakia today signed a Statement giving fresh impetus to the CEATS Agreement.
The four agreed to go ahead with the implementation of the CEATS Agreement which will involve strengthening cooperation between the implementing states and service providers resulting in future functional consolidation on the basis of shared governance and responsibility. The project will constitute a cost-efficient solution in the interests of the users. It will be fully compatible with the Single European Sky concept and will allow the States and their ANSPs to respond proactively to the requirement of the EC’s Single European Sky legislation.
The four states remind the Czech Republic, Croatia, Italy and Slovenia of their respective obligations under the CEATS Agreement, and urged them again to join with them in implementing the CEATS Agreement.