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| Strengthening the protection of the rights of passengers travelling by sea or inland waterway in the EU (deadline 30/05/2006)

Strengthening the protection of the rights of passengers travelling by sea or inland waterway in the EU

Summary of contributions received by the Commission in response to the Commission Staff Working Paper  
6 Decembre 2006
Minutes of the meeting with stakeholders on the Commission Staff working paper
28 February 2007

Commission staff working paper

Public consultation document   (70 KB)
Public consultation document     (186 KB)

On the topic of the rights of the passengers, see also:

Proposal for a Regulation on the liability of carriers of passengers by sea and inland waterway in the event of accidents

Practical information:

  • The consultation is being launched with an electronic and paper version of the document. If you have received the document by mail and wish to reply electronically, please go to the website indicated below or send an e-mail to the address given below.
     
  • Interested parties are invited to send their comments, suggestions and replies to the following questionnaire to the Commission  by 30 May 2006 at the latest using one of the following means of communication:
  • E-mail: TREN-MARITIME-PASS-RIGHTS@ec.europa.eu
  • Fax:
    European Commission
    Directorate-General for Energy and Transport
    Unit A-5 Services of General Economic Interest and Users’ Rights
    For the attention of Ms Flor Díaz Pulido
    Tel.: +32 2 298 65 40
  • Post:
    European Commission
    Directorate-General for Energy and Transport
    Unit A-5 Services of General Economic Interest and Users’ Rights
    For the attention of Ms Flor Díaz Pulido
    Tel.: +32 2 298 65 40
  • Electronic contributions received in reply to the consultation will be published on the Internet at the abovementioned address. Publication will be regarded as acknowledgement of receipt of your contribution by the Commission. For replies sent in paper form, an acknowledgement of receipt will be sent within 15 working days of receipt.          

    If you do not wish your contribution to be made public, please indicate this clearly at the beginning of your reply. In that case, your reply will also not be mentioned in future documents which may refer to this consultation.
     
  • If you are replying on behalf of an organisation, please state your name, address and official title in your reply. Any reply on behalf of an organisation which does not state the interests which it represents or the extent to which it is representative of the sector (number of members, size of organisation in relation to the sector to which its members belong) will be regarded as an individual reply and not a collective one.    

    At the end of the period during which contributions are accepted, after reading and analysing all the replies received the Commission will prepare a report summarising how the consultation was carried out and the main points emerging. Contributions that you do not wish to be made public will not be mentioned in this document.

 

 

last update: 15-12-2008