|Story title||Transport, Telecommunications and Energy Council - June 2016|
EU Ministers for Transport, Infrastructure and Communications meet in Luxembourg on 6-7 June 2016 to discuss an information exchange mechanism for intergovernmental agreements between member states and third countries in the field of energy. They also discuss measures to safeguard the security of gas supply.
Regarding Transport, a general approach on new rules on the recognition of professional qualifications in inland navigation will be debated. The Council is also expected to consider launching negotiations on comprehensive air transport agreements with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Qatar, the United Arab Emirates and Turkey. In addition, ministers discuss nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions by diesel cars.
|Video title||EU air traffic control|
This archive footage illustrates the topic of air traffic control.
|Reference||100241||Video infos||Mpg4 / PAL - 16:9||Duration||00:05:07||Type||Stockshots (Archives footage)|
|Shooting date||10-06-2013||Country||France, Netherlands, Sweden||Town||Le Bourget, Maastricht, Stockholm|
General exterior views of Le Bourget Airport; various airplanes landing and taking off - France, 2011 (5 shots)
Keywords : air traffic control Duration : 00:00:23
Taking off of an aircraft: observation from a control tower; aircraft in the air; pilot and co-pilot checking the parameters in the cockpit - France, 2009 (7 shots)
Duration : 00:00:31
Entrance and sign of the Maastricht Upper Area Control Centre and aerial control room - Maastricht, The Nederlands, 09/2012 (19 shots)
Duration : 00:01:37
Interior view of Arlanda Airport; pilots checking their flights - Stockholm, Sweden, 12/2009 (8 shots)
Duration : 00:00:32
Boarding and airplane taking off (10 shots)
Duration : 00:00:59
Various shots of airplanes taking off, tanking and flying (8 shots)
Duration : 00:01:03
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