|Authors:||Inga Margrete Ydersbond|
|ISBN (digital version):||978-82-480-1912-1|
Full report - in Norwegian only
This report analyses how Norwegian aviation today is organised and how the sector could be organised differently complying with the EEA law. Results: atypical employment among pilots and cabin crew, enabled by the introduction of a common EEA aviation market, seems to be an increasing problem in Europe. This puts pressure on the wage and employment conditions for the aviation industry, and may also influence the security. Thus, the industry needs better regulation and also better control at the national, Nordic and EU-level. The report suggests a number of actions. These include: a) changing demands in public procurements, b) implement an index for reference or joint tariffs, c) collaborate with the other Nordic countries in improving the working conditions in the Nordics and in Europe, d) launch stricter criteria to be eligible to procure PSO-routes, e) improve the surveillance authority and knowledge, f) improve Norwegian legislation for the employees in aviation, and g) various acts at the EU-level.