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Public consultation on the draft National Civil Aviation Policy 2022-2030


From: Ministry for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects​
​Published: ​28 September 2021
Running till: ​28 October 2021
​Last Updated: ​28 September 2021
1.        Background

Malta’s Civil Aviation Policy for 2022 – 2030 is geared towards reaping the best possible share of the forecasted global aviation growth. At the same time, the policy has been formulated in such a way that is flexible enough to adapt to market changes. Therefore, this Policy document should be considered as a high-level strategy which should meet the foreseen likely developments in the sector for the years to come.

The Policy identifies 5 broad long-term strategic objectives targeted not only to address the current needs of the aviation sector in Malta, but also to prepare for the future needs and opportunities that the aviation sector offers. These overarching objectives will be realised through the implementation of the sub listed tactical objectives. Altogether these objectives will ensure that once the aviation sector recovers for the back lash of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Maltese aviation industry continues to develop and grow bigger and better.

The success or otherwise of the Government’s vision is dependent on the collaboration and involvement of all aviation stakeholders. To this end, stakeholders are invited to contribute and provide their feedback through the public consultation so that together we can further develop and drive the Maltese aviation sector forward.​

2.        Consultation Questions

1. What other measures should the Government focus on to improve the capacity building within the identified objectives?
2. What other objectives should the Government consider to improve capacity building in the aviation sector?
3. Within the identified niche sectors, are there any other specific measures that can be taken in consideration to enhance economic benefits?
4. Are there additional sectorial areas that can lead to further economic benefits?
5. Within the listed objectives, are there further measures that can be taken towards the benefit of all aviation stakeholders?
6. Are there further objectives that the Policy should include to further enhance the impact on stakeholders?
7. What other legal and regulatory objectives should the policy focus on?
8. What additional measures can the Government take to improve the identified legal and regulatory objectives?
9. What additional measures should the Policy target to enhance sustainability in the aviation sector?
10. Would you consider other overarching objectives that can increase the sustainability of the aviation sector?
3.        Documents
4.        Submission of input
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Submissions must be received by 28 October 2021.                               
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