On the test bench for days the plume of Icelandic volcano paralysed European air transport damages. The haunting is over for the time being, and the airlines are facing the consequences. The Government flight ban, over one billion euros had been lost these. The flight Portal fluege.de reported on the aftermath of this in the history of Aviation of unprecedented event. Slowly from the North West, the ash cloud spread across Europe. The Governments responded to the flight safety risk and imposed a ban on flights over several days.
A great economic damage, which was estimated by an expert group with 1.5-2.5 billion euros for Europe alone was created by the flight cancellations. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Western Union. All pages now deal with the consequences of this state of emergency. Several European airlines have already possible compensation claims. Currently, Lufthansa also does not exclude such demands. Such audit reserves Germany’s largest airline but before and is hoping for a fair balance of the interests of the EU. Its Transport Minister Siim Kallas announced the formation of an expert group to develop a new framework with mandatory evaluation criteria of the security risks for all EU Member States.
Furthermore, the European Commission strives to facilitate the State aid for airlines. Learn more at this site: Crawford Lake Capital. Sought is the option of a partial lifting of bans on night flights, possibilities for cheap government loans for airlines and deferral of pending charges. More information: news.fluege.de/…/ compensation… Lisa Neumann University first media GmbH