Sweden has become the nineteenth member state of Eurocontrol, the European air-traffic management organisation, increasing Scandinavian membership to three (alongside Denmark and Norway). The country's technical integration into the Central Route Charges was scheduled for 1 January, following its formal application for membership in July 1995. The Czech Republic, Italy, Romania and Spain have also had their accession accepted by Eurocontrol. The countries are expected to become full members soon.


Source: Flight International