All news & events

Newsletters | 15 July 2022
EASA UPDATES RULES ON TRANSPORT OF CARGO IN PASSENGER CABIN
Following a review of the operational context for transport of cargo in passenger cabins, EASA concluded that the logistical challenges that arose in 2020 due to the COVID-19 crisis, no longer exist to the same extent. Therefore, with the increasing traffic, cargo capacity in the holds of passenger aircraft is expected to increase by summer 2022, thus reducing the pressure on the logistic chain.
Newsletters | 15 July 2022
MORE FLEXIBILITY PROPOSED FOR EU SLOT ALLOCATION REGIME
On 12 July, the European Commission adopted a proposal to allow the airline slot regime to respond more flexibly to unexpected developments in the near future. Whilst the current rapid ascent in demand, as well as projections for future demand, point to an ongoing recovery of air traffic, recent experience has shown that the current slot rules are not sufficiently resilient to large-scale disruptions.
Newsletters | 15 July 2022
EC CONSULTS MEMBER STATES ON AMENDING TEMPORARY CRISIS FRAMEWORK
The European Commission has sent on 11 July to Member States for consultation a draft proposal to adjust the State aid Temporary Crisis Framework, to support the economy in the context of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Newsletters | 15 July 2022
START OF THE TRILOGUES ON THE REVISED EU ETS
On 11 July, the European Parliament, the Council of the EU and European Commission kick-started the interinstitutional trilogue negotiations on the revision of the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS). Ahead of the meeting, the Rapporteur, Peter Liese (EPP, Germany), stressed the need for a rapid adoption of the proposal during the Czech Presidency to mitigate climate change and match the EU climate ambitions.
Newsletters | 15 July 2022
ITF CALL TO FOCUS REGULATORY ATTENTION ON FAIR DOOR-TO-DOOR CONTAINER TRANSPORT
The International Transport Forum published this week an independent report on the performance of maritime container supply chains. The report brings together much of the data ITF has collected over the last couple of years on the ocean carriers’ behaviour in the market. CLECAT welcomes the landmark document and the urgent call of the thinktank to focus attention regulatory attention on fair competition in door-to-door container transport.
Press releases | 13 July 2022
CLECAT welcomes ITF’s call to focus regulatory attention on fair door-to-door container transport
News | 08 July 2022
CLECAT Newsletter 2022/22
Newsletters | 08 July 2022
CLECAT Newsletter 2022/22
Newsletters | 08 July 2022
INDUSTRIAL TRANSFORMATION PLATFORM KICK-OFF EVENT
On 28 June, CLECAT attended the kick-off event of the Industrial Transformation Platform at the European Parliament’s premises. Hosted by MEP Ismail Ertug (S&D, Germany), the meeting addressed several challenges related to the transition to zero-emission transport and industry.
Newsletters | 08 July 2022
WORK ON EFTI IMPLEMENTATION & CERTIFICATION MOVING FORWARD
The Digital Transport and Logistics Forum (DTLF) Subgroup 1 (Paperless Transport), which is the formal Commission Expert Group on the electronic freight transport information (eFTI) Regulation, continues its work on the eFTI Regulation’s implementation and certification aspects.