Ramp inspections concerning Ryanair or its affiliated companies

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Dear European Aviation Safety Agency,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

- all documents regarding ramp inspections concerning Ryanair's activities in the Netherlands. Including activities by Ryanair's activities and by companies that work together with Ryanair, including, but not limited to: Brookfield, Storm McGinley, Crewlink and Dalmac.
Apart from the inspection documents itself, this also includes documents about or regarding the inspections.

Yours faithfully,

Marco de Lange

Cosgrove Orna, European Aviation Safety Agency

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Dear Mr de Lange,

 

On behalf of Ms Annika Haug, Acting Head of the Legal Department, please
find attached a response to your access to documents request.

 

Best regards,

Orna Cosgrove

 

Orna Cosgrove

Legal Department

European Aviation Safety Agency

 

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Postal: Postfach 10 12 53, 50452 Cologne, Germany

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Dear Cosgrove Orna,

Thank you for your response, dated February the 3rd, in which you respond to my freedom of information request to EASA from January the 19th.

Among other things, you write that the requested documents originate from the civil aviation authority of the Netherlands and that EASA must consult the Dutch CAA before releasing any documents. Subsequently, you advise me to get in touch with the Dutch CAA and request the information there.

With regard to your advice, you refer to EC regulation 1049/2001, Article 4 (4) and 4 (5). Article 4 (4) however, states that: “As regards third-party documents, the institution shall consult the third party with a view to assessing whether an exception in paragraph 1 or 2 is applicable, unless it is clear that the document shall or shall not be disclosed.”.
Therefore, I would like to request EASA to consult the Dutch CAA, as it is written in regulation 1049/2001.

Please let me know if you have any questions about this message.

Yours sincerely,

Marco de Lange

Cosgrove Orna, European Aviation Safety Agency

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Dear Mr de Lange,

 

On behalf of Ms Annika Haug, Acting Head of the Legal Department at EASA,
please find attached a reply to your request for access to documents.

 

Best regards,

Orna Cosgrove

 

 

Orna Cosgrove

Legal Department

European Aviation Safety Agency

 

[1][IMG] Tel.: +49 221 89990-2044

Postal: Postfach 10 12 53, 50452 Cologne, Germany

An agency of the European Union

 

 

 

 

 

References

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1. http://easa.europa.eu/