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In IC-IC, a defined group named “Stakeholders”, which summarises entities with a genuine interest in IC-IC developments and the ability to enforce/support the development of the project and the implementation of its results, is providing valuable support.

Stakeholders Conference

These approx. 5000 Stakeholders are now cordially invited to the Stakeholders Conference on 28 May 2014 in Paris, France to discuss and comment on project results. This input will be taken into consideration for the final ICS handbook and policy recommendations which will be part of the final results.

In order to participate please REGISTER ONLINE. Participation is limited and will be granted on the basis of "first come, first serve". The programme will be made available on this website in due course.

Key Stakeholders

Entities shown below in the list of “Key Stakeholders” are Stakeholders in the sense as explained above, but are actively participating in the project by granting access to their premises in order to carry out field investigations. Furthermore, Key Stakeholders agreed to provide input to surveys which are being carried out to indicate communication requirements governed by legislation, standards and political decision makers to explain the principles of their customer related communication policies. They also will be asked to supply the information they currently make available to travellers.

The Key Stakeholders will be invited, in addition to the Stakeholders Conference, to a Stakeholder Forum in February-March 2014 to comment on the project’s development status.

Airports Country
Flughafen Wien AG / Airport Vienna plc. Austria
ADP (Aéroports de Paris) France
Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (ASA) The Netherlands
Frankfurt Airport Germany

Surface transport Country
Verkehrsverbund Ost-Region (VOR) GmbH Austria
ÖBB-Personenverkehr AG Austria
RATP (Régie Autonome de Transports Parisiens) France
Keolis Group France
Veolia Transport France
SNCF (Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer) France
Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund (RMV) Germany
Deutsche Bahn (DB) Germany
NS: Nederlandse Spoorwegen N.V. / Netherlands Railways The Netherlands

Airlines Country
Austrian Airlines Austria
Air France France
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM) The Netherlands
Deutsche Lufthansa AG Germany

Aircraft manufacturers Country
Airbus S.A.S France

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