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Julian Bayou proposes a ban on private jet flights

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measurement “Less strict than the ban on traffic during periods of pollution” : College of Europe Lee Wertz (EELV) Vice President Julien Baio on Sunday, March 19 came to Nice, an important platform for business aviation, to defend his bill banning private jet flights.

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Is it extreme to force the super-rich to fly? (commercial, editor’s note) Or take the train, because, in fact, that’s all, if we ban private jet flights “asked Julien Bayeux during a conference held in front of the runway at Nice Airport, France’s second platform for business aviation behind Paris Le Bourget.

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“Paris-Lille, Paris-London, or Paris-Brussels can all very well be done by train, in first class, in a very comfortable manner, and if not, by plane.” (commercial), estimated vicar of paris.

A round trip between Paris and Nice is the depreciation of a car over one year.indicated the elected ecologist, who came by train to the Cote d’Azur.

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Presented by about twenty deputies including Delphine Batho and Sandrine Rousseau, this law was intended To ban private jet flights To Promote the Environmental Transition will be presented on April 6 during the Society’s Environmental Scientists Day.

The ban will apply Non-commercial non-scheduled passenger air servicesas well as non-scheduled general air transport services The number of its passengers is less than sixty..

sequel after announcement

The choice of Nice for this trip, in addition to the importance of private flights on the Côte d’Azur, especially with regard to Cannes, Monaco and Saint-Tropez, places frequented by stars and wealthy businessmen, is not accidental because the city is facing an opposition movement to extend the berth of the second airport in France behind Roissy. -Orly.

A demonstration against the expansion of Nice Airport

On Saturday, nearly five hundred people marched from the Promenade des Anglais to the airport to protest expansion work that would allow the airport’s platform to gain 25,000 square meters to handle six new rooms on board, increasing passenger traffic. The current area of ​​Nice Côte d’Azur Airport is 75,000 square metres.

The protesters responded to a collective appeal from about thirty organizations including Attack, Greenpeace or Extinction Rebellion.

Challenged in court by two environmental associations, this work was approved in October by the Administrative Court of Marseille which rejected their appeal. France Nature Environment 06 appealed against this decision, but this appeal is not a comment.

The opponents invoke the negative effects on human health or the environment as a result of the inevitable increase in air traffic that it generates as a result of the expansion, which the airport administration refutes, as the increase in the number of aircraft movements is disproportionate, according to what she said. to increase the number of passengers.

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