As of 1 April 2017, Estonia has been technically integrated into the EUROCONTROL Multilateral Route Charges System, ensuring that the country's air navigation facilities and services are steadily financed and safely operated.
Airspace users which fly in the controlled airspace of EUROCONTROL’s Member States pay for the air traffic services they use. EUROCONTROL's Central Route Charges Office (CRCO) charges airspace users for these services on behalf of the Member States.
The CRCO calculates the route charges due to the Member States for the services provided, bills the airspace users and distributes the route charges to the States concerned.
Routes charges: Information and services
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The Air Navigation Service Provider of the former...