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ENLARGED COMMITTEE FOR ROUTE CHARGES COMIT ELARGI POUR LES REDEVANCES DE ROUTE

97th Session / 97e session 21-22 November 2012 / 21-22 novembre 2012

AGENDA ITEM 2:

Final data for the establishment of the cost bases and unit rates

POINT 2 DE LORDRE DU JOUR:

Donnes dfinitives pour ltablissement des assiettes de cots et des taux unitaires

Final data and reporting tables by charging zone in English alphabetical order / Donnes dfinitives et tableaux de dclaration par zone tarifaire dans lordre alphabtique anglais Albania / Albanie ............................................................................................................................................ 1 Armenia / Armnie........................................................................................................................................ 17 Austria / Autriche .......................................................................................................................................... 35 Belgium - Luxembourg / Belgique - Luxembourg ......................................................................................... 49 Belgrade ....................................................................................................................................................... 67 Bosnia and Herzegovina / Bosnie-Herzgovine........................................................................................... 87 Bulgaria / Bulgarie ...................................................................................................................................... 103 Croatia / Croatie ......................................................................................................................................... 123 Cyprus / Chypre ......................................................................................................................................... 139 Czech Republic / Rpublique tchque ....................................................................................................... 155 Denmark / Danemark ................................................................................................................................. 173 Finland / Finlande....................................................................................................................................... 193 France ........................................................................................................................................................ 211 FYROM / ERYM ......................................................................................................................................... 229 Germany / Allemagne................................................................................................................................. 243 Greece / Grce........................................................................................................................................... 265 Hungary / Hongrie ...................................................................................................................................... 281 Ireland / Irlande .......................................................................................................................................... 301 Italy / Italie .................................................................................................................................................. 319 Latvia / Lettonie .......................................................................................................................................... 339 Lithuania / Lituanie ..................................................................................................................................... 355 Malta / Malte............................................................................................................................................... 375 Moldova / Moldavie .................................................................................................................................... 395 The Netherlands / Pays-Bas ...................................................................................................................... 409 Norway / Norvge....................................................................................................................................... 433 Poland / Pologne ........................................................................................................................................ 451 Portugal Lisboa / Portugal Lisbonne .......................................................................................................... 481 Portugal Santa Maria.................................................................................................................................. 499 Romania / Roumanie.................................................................................................................................. 517 Slovak Republic / Rpublique slovaque ..................................................................................................... 533 Slovenia / Slovnie..................................................................................................................................... 553 Spain Canarias / Espagne Canaries .......................................................................................................... 569 Spain Continental / Espagne continentale ................................................................................................. 585 Sweden / Sude ......................................................................................................................................... 613 Switzerland / Suisse ................................................................................................................................... 635 Turkey / Turquie ......................................................................................................................................... 653 United Kingdom / Royaume-Uni................................................................................................................. 669 Reporting tables for EUROCONTROL / Tableaux de dclaration pour EUROCONTROL .................. 693 Regional administrative unit rate / Taux unitaire administratif rgional............................................. 699

ALBANIA

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Albaniaroute 2013data

Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

361 986 378 313 0 2038 15.2% 17.0% 36.1%

555 1103 361 393 0 2412 18.3% 53.7% 11.9%

699 1149 473 365 0 2686 11.4% 25.8% 4.1%

773 1066 696 385 0 2919 8.7% 10.6% 7.3%

809 939 742 360 0 2849 2.4% 4.6% 11.9%

849 989 802 379 0 3020 6.0% 5.0% 5.3%

888 1051 769 364 0 3071 1.7% 4.5% 6.3%

922 1113 735 360 0 3130 1.9% 3.8% 5.9%

962 1208 694 319 0 3183 1.7% 4.3% 8.5%

884 239 164 378 31 116 33 72 122 2038 15.2% 0.4% 38.4%

1257 219 195 375 29 106 43 67 121 2412 18.3% 42.2% 1.1%

1582 240 157 310 52 93 51 85 116 2686 11.3% 25.9% 10.4%

1706 237 167 349 33 118 73 90 146 2919 8.7% 7.8% 6.5%

1571 274 187 323 31 147 66 100 150 2849 2.4% 7.9% 4.1%

1662 266 188 403 30 149 69 102 151 3020 6.0% 5.8% 9.4%

1652 265 187 439 27 168 74 103 156 3071 1.7% 0.6% 4.0%

1734 263 182 432 27 157 73 103 159 3130 1.9% 5.0% 1.6%

1795 248 193 389 45 177 77 102 157 3183 1.7% 3.5% 5.4%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 4085 5028 6644 8692 8789 8185 7752 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5819 4174 2626 2620 2609 2599 2589 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase 9904 9202 9270 11312 11398 10784 10341 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.2% 4.3% 3.9% 3.4% 3.2% 3.5% 3.5% 3.6Returnonequity 1.0% 1.0% 1.0% 1.0% 1.0% 1.0% 1.0% 8.86% 8.6% 7.7% 7.2% 7.1% 7.0% 7.5% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 5.5% 5.5% 4.5% 4.5% 4.2Priceindex(2) 100.0 104.5 109.2 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 2038 2412 2570 2673 Total%n/n1 18.3% 6.6% 4.0% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 2038 2412 2686 2919 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 2038 2412 2686 2919

7677 0 2578 10255 3.5% 1.0% 7.5%

7480 0 2567 10047 3.2% 1.0% 7.9%

4.5% 114.1 2496 6.6%

4.5% 119.3 2532 1.4%

4.5% 124.6 2465 2.7%

4.5% 130.2 2363 4.1%

4.5% 136.1 2364 0.0%

2849 0.0 2849

3020 0.0 3020

3071 0.0 3071

3130 0.0 3130

3183 0.0 3183

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000ALLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName AlbaniaRoute NATA 2013data

Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

352 969 377 312 0 2010 15.5% 17.7% 36.7%

537 1080 360 392 0 2368 17.8% 52.6% 11.5%

675 1099 472 364 0 2610 10.2% 25.7% 1.8%

745 1002 695 383 0 2825 8.2% 10.4% 8.8%

778 877 740 357 0 2752 2.6% 4.4% 12.5%

817 927 800 377 0 2921 6.2% 5.0% 5.7%

854 988 767 361 0 2970 1.7% 4.5% 6.6%

888 1050 733 358 0 3029 2.0% 4.0% 6.3%

928 1145 692 317 0 3082 1.7% 4.5% 9.0%

884 239 164 378 31 116 33 44 122 2010 15.4% 0.4% 38.4%

1257 219 195 375 29 106 43 24 121 2368 17.8% 42.2% 1.1%

1582 240 157 310 52 93 51 9 116 2610 10.2% 25.9% 10.4%

1706 237 167 349 33 118 73 2 140 2825 8.3% 7.8% 6.5%

1571 274 187 323 31 147 66 9 144 2752 2.6% 7.9% 4.1%

1662 266 188 403 30 149 69 9 145 2921 6.2% 5.8% 9.4%

1652 265 187 439 27 168 74 9 149 2970 1.7% 0.6% 4.0%

1734 263 182 432 27 157 73 9 152 3029 2.0% 5.0% 1.6%

1795 248 193 389 45 177 77 9 149 3082 1.7% 3.5% 5.4%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 4021 4950 6500 8527 8623 8020 7587 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 5819 4157 2503 2493 2483 2473 2462 3.4Totalassetbase 9840 9107 9003 11020 11106 10492 10049 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.2% 4.3% 4.0% 3.5% 3.2% 3.6% 3.6% 3.6Returnonequity 1.0% 1.0% 1.0% 1.0% 1.0% 1.0% 1.0% 8.86% 8.6% 7.7% 7.2% 7.1% 7.0% 7.5% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 5.5% 5.5% 4.5% 4.5% 4.2Priceindex(2) 100.0 104.5 109.2 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 2010 2368 2497 2587 Total%n/n1 9.4% 17.8% 5.4% 3.6% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 2010 2368 2610 2825 0 0 0 0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 2010 2368 2610 2825

7511 7314 2452 2441 9963 9755 3.6% 1.0% 7.5% 3.2% 1.0% 7.9%

4.5% 114.1 2411 6.8%

4.5% 119.3 2449 1.6%

4.5% 124.6 2383 2.7%

4.5% 130.2 2326 2.4%

4.5% 136.1 2265 2.6%

2752 0 2752

2921 0 2921

2970 0 2970

3029 0 3029

3082 0 3082

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000ALLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METprovidername Albania 2013data

Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4.2Priceindex(2) 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) Total%n/n1 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000ALLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename CAANSA Albania 2013data

Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

9 17 1 1 0 28 2.2% 5.5% 8.3%

18 23 1 1 0 44 55.2% 95.9% 40.1%

24 50 1 1 0 76 73.9% 28.8% 114.0%

28 64 1 2 0 94 23.8% 17.4% 27.1%

31 62 2 3 0 97 3.3% 10.0% 2.4%

32 62 2 2 0 99 1.4% 5.0% 0.0%

34 63 2 3 0 101 2.6% 5.0% 1.6%

34 63 2 2 0 101 0.2% 0.0% 0.0%

34 63 2 2 0 101 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 28 28 2.2%

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44 44 55.2%

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 76 76 73.9%

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 88 6 94 23.8%

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 91 6 97 3.3%

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 93 6 99 1.4%

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 7 101 2.6%

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 94 7 101 0.2%

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 93 8 101 0.0%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 64 79 144 165 165 165 165 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 0 17 123 127 126 127 126 3.4Totalassetbase 64 95 268 292 292 292 292 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 1.6% 1.0% 0.5% 0.5% 0.9% 0.9% 0.9% 3.6Returnonequity 1.0% 1.0% 1.0% 1.0% 1.0% 1.0% 1.0% 8.86% 8.6% 7.7% 7.2% 7.1% 7.0% 7.5% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 5.5% 5.5% 4.5% 4.5% 4.2Priceindex(2) 100.0 104.5 109.2 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 28.2 43.8 72.9 86.3 Total%n/n1 3.2% 55.2% 66.4% 18.4% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 28 44 76 94 0 0 0 0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 28 44 76 94

165 126 292 0.8% 1.0% 7.5%

165 126 292 0.8% 1.0% 7.9%

4.5% 114.1 85.3 1.2%

4.5% 119.3 82.8 3.0%

4.5% 124.6 81.3 1.8%

4.5% 130.2 77.7 4.5%

4.5% 136.1 74.3 4.3%

97 0 97

99 0 99

101 0 101

101 0 101

101 0 101

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000ALLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Unitratecalculation Albania 2013data

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Calculationofthenationalunitrate(Finaldatauntil2012datafrom2013inALL) 1.1Totalcostspriortoded.ofVFRcosts(1) 1790 2290 2522 2926 1.2CostsofexemptedVFRflighst(1) 0 0 0 0 20 22 19 18 1.3CostsofexemptedIFRflights 1.4Amountscarriedovertoyearn 2 11 45 15 1.5Incomefromothersources 0 0 0 0 1.6Chargeablecoststotal 1772 2257 2548 2923 %n/n1 7.2% 27.4% 12.9% 14.7% 1.7Totalserviceunits 0.321 0.387 0.431 0.486 1.8Chargeableserviceunits 0.318 0.383 0.427 0.483 1.9Unitratenat.currency1.6/1.8 5582 5897 5961 6054 %n/n1 2.8% 5.6% 1.1% 1.6% 1.10Exchangerate(Septembern1) 122.54 133.25 136.58 139.84 1.11Basicnationalrateineuro 45.56 44.25 43.65 43.29 %n/n1 3.6% 2.9% 1.4% 0.8% 2.Actual/forecastserviceunits(in'000000serviceunits) 2.1Totalserviceunits 0.355 %n/n1 9.1% 2.2Chargeableserviceunits 0.352 %n/n1 9.4%

2849 0 18 66 0 2897 0.9% 0.469 0.466 6211 2.6% 138.50 44.84 3.6%

3020 0 19 0 0 3001 3.6% 0.484 0.481 6239 0.5% 138.50 45.05 0.5%

3071 0 18 0 0 3053 1.7% 0.501 0.498 6130 1.7% 138.50 44.26 1.7%

3130 0 18 0 0 3112 1.9% 0.520 0.517 6019 1.8% 138.50 43.46 1.8%

3183 0 12 0 0 3171 1.9% 0.541 0.539 5884 2.3% 138.50 42.48 2.3%

0.404 13.9% 0.401 14.1%

0.448 10.8% 0.445 10.9%

0.486 8.5% 0.483 8.4%

0.469 3.4% 0.466 3.4%

0.484 3.1% 0.481 3.1%

0.501 3.5% 0.498 3.5%

0.520 3.8% 0.517 3.8%

0.541 4.0% 0.539 4.3%

3.Over()orunder(+)recoveriestobecarriedover('000000ineuro) Chargesbilledtousers 1980 2373 2651 3.1Chargesbilledtousers Netactualcostschargeabletousers 3.2Totalcostspriorded.ofVFRcosts(2) 2038 2412 2686 3.3CostofexemptedVFRflights(2) 0 0 0 3.4CostsofexemptedIFRflights 15 14 13 3.5Amountscarriedovertoyearn 2 11 45 3.6Incomefromothersources 3.7Chargeablecoststotal 2025 2387 2717 Over()orunder(+)recovery 45 15 66 3.8Balancetobecarriedover 4.Carryoverofover()orunder(+)recoveries('000000ineuro) 4.1Balanceyear2003 4.2Balanceyear2004 38 4.3Balanceyear2005 91 4.4Balanceyear2006 11 4.5Balanceyear2007 2 2 4.6Balanceyear2008 11 11 4.7Balanceyear2009 45 4.8Balanceyear2010 15 4.9Balanceyear2011 66 4.10Balanceyear2012(3) 4.11Amountcarriedovertoyearn 2 11

2923 2919 0 18 15 2916 7

2897 2849 0 18 66 2897 0

3001 3020 0 19 0 3001 0

3053 3071 0 18 0 3053 0

3112 3130 0 18 0 3112 0

3171 3183 0 12 0 3171 0

45 15 66 45 15 66

5.Unitcost(TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts/Totalserviceunitsinnationalcurrency) 5.1Totalcosts3.2/Serviceunits2.1 5748 5973 6001 6009 6069 5.2ANSPcomponentoftheunitcost 5669 5865 5830 5815 5862 5.3METcomponentoftheunitcost 0 0 0 0 0 80 108 170 194 207 5.4NSAStatecomponentoftheunitcost %n/n1 5.6% 3.9% 0.5% 0.1% 1.0%

6239 6035 0 204 2.8%

6130 5928 0 202 1.7%

6019 5825 0 194 1.8%

5884 5697 0 187 2.3%

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000ALLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsusedtocalculateunitratesforecastfromNarereportedfromTable1 (2)TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsCostdatareportedfromTable1 (3)Estimatedbalancefor2012

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Albania Year: 2013


1. Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones;

Costs are allocated between en route and terminal according to activity and service. These are regularly reviewed. In certain cases where joint services are involved cost allocations are based on published ICAO Guidance. Costs have been reported according to the latest requirements of the Eurocontrol Principles for Establishing the Cost Base for En Route Charges which take into account the reporting requirements established in the Commission Regulation (EC) No 1794/2006, as amended. In line with these reporting requirements Albania has prepared separate tables for NATA its air navigation services provider and its regulator the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA); and in addition a consolidated schedule covering Albania as a whole has been prepared. The amounts for the CAA are relatively small and in the main cover regulatory supervision; as a result the comments below principally refer to the air navigation services provider NATA. It also should be noted that since MET services applicable to civil aviation are provided by NATA a separate table is not included. Instead a breakdown of the cost of providing these MET services is shown in section 6 below together with a commentary. Albania currently adopts the full cost recovery method as set out in the Eurocontrol Principles for establishing the cost base for en route charges and the calculation of the unit rates.

2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs);

These are incurred solely by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) acting as the NSA; the ANSP (NATA) does not incur any. These costs refer mainly to membership of international organisations such as ICAO and ECAC; they are included as part of the CAA-NSA supervisory service and are cost allocated on the basis of 60% en route and 40% terminal.

3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

The straight line method is used and this is applied to the historic cost of the asset. The depreciation methods are in line with the Eurocontrol Principles and ICAO Guidance with 10 years being adopted for communications, navigation and surveillance equipment.

4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity;

Capital employed is calculated by taking net fixed assets plus current assets and deducting current liabilities. The equity capital employed has been calculated by subtracting the long term debt from the total capital employed.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Albania Year: 2013


Average interest on debt used for the cost of capital is 7.1%. This is derived from the published national interest rate on government bonds and represents a small reduction on the rate originally forecast. The return on equity recognises the importance of the capital asset pricing model; but, we would question its relevance to state owned organisations whose equity is not funded by financial instruments dealt in the securities markets. We therefore believe that because of the low risk resulting from a full cost recovery system and lack of market comparators the equity return should be very low and 1% is currently estimated. The NAMP and other major projects are debt financed. The combination of debt at around 7.1% and an equity return of approximately 1% generate an overall cost of capital of 3.2%.

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services;

As stated above costs are allocated between terminal and en route services according to activity and service. Joint costs are allocated in accordance with ICAO Guidance.

6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration;

These refer solely to the cost of MET staff employed by NATA and associated MET costs incurred by NATA; no costs are included in the cost base from any outside MET Authority. Civil Aviation Met Costs are currently allocated between En Route and Tower on a 75% to 25% basis in line with ICAO Guidance. En Route Met Costs for 2013 are broken down as follows: Per 1000 LEK Staff Other operating Depreciation Interest Supervision Total 35.2 12.2 6.5 3.0 8.7 65.6

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones;

The description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between charging zones does not apply. As stated above, all MET costs are currently shared on the basis of 75% to en route and 25% to terminal (aerodrome).

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Albania Year: 2013


8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n - 1;

2011 Year N-1 Costs remain in line with the outturn forecast made last November. Costs are partially offset by increased receipts generated from the continued strong growth in traffic; and an over recovery brought forward from 2009. The over recovery to be carried forward will be taken into account in the unit rate calculation for 2013. Depreciation and cost of capital remain in line with the November forecast. 2012 Year N For a number of years traffic has increased significantly principally as a result of improvements to the air navigation system. But the current economic environment in Europe has led to a major fall in traffic this year with some negative growth being experienced in some instances. The economic situation remains extremely uncertain. It is recognised that economic variables play an important role in the development of traffic forecasts and with the economic situation continuing to give concern we believe that traffic is likely to be lower for 2012 than forecast for the preliminary unit rate.In cost terms the current forecast is in line with the forecast made last November. The forecast for staff costs is almost unchanged. Depreciation and cost of capital are now forecast to be lower than originally predicted; but, this is offset by an increase in other operating costs due to costs associated with the implementation of the NAMP and increased utilities costs. In summary the situation remains extremely volatile and while every effort will be made to control costs the further reduction in traffic may lead to an under recovery which could put pressure on the 2014 unit rate. 2013 Year N + 1 Total chargeable costs in national currency for 2013 are 4.4% lower than forecast in November 2011 and 4.3% lower than forecast for the preliminary unit rate; it is also lower than the forecast cost base used for calculating the 2012 published unit rate; and this is after having to make an adjustment to the cost base for a prior year under recovery. This has been achieved by deferring some expenditure and also making savings. For example, reductions have been made in travel and training expenditure and staff costs. Cost of capital is also lower as a result of a reduction in the bond rates. Savings have also been made in insurance expenses and by delaying the implementation of some projects. Nevertheless the NAMP Programme continues to make good progress, investments include a new ACC building and staff offices. Staff costs take into account a number of factors. First, air traffic controller salaries have been increased to take account of the continued competition for their services. Second, the cost base also takes into account the full effect of establishing the retirement fund. Third, the staff structure is being changed in order to put a greater emphasis on technical and operational staff; it is planned to increase the number of qualified engineering staff. Fourth, staff salaries are to be increased as a result of a Government decision to take account of the effect of inflation. Finally, a number of trainee controllers have been taken on and allowance has been made for an increase in staff costs when these controllers become fully validated. The cost is now lower than originally predicted since the number has been reduced from twenty nine to twenty four. In addition depreciation cost takes into account increases in NATA assets as part of the NAMP Programme although this is now lower than previously forecast. The cost base also takes into account CAA-NSA costs. These are shown on a separate table and principally refer to the establishment of a CAA and the National Supervisory Authority (NSA); these now show some small reductions over the forecasts made last November. The main increases to Albanias cost base result from the development and implementation of the NAMP and without this Albania would not have been in a position to handle the current levels of traffic which as can be seen from the tables have increased significantly in recent years. However, as stated above Albania is currently experiencing a

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Albania Year: 2013


reduction in traffic growth and the current economic uncertainties make forecasting service units extremely unpredictable. The latest STATFOR forecasts now show further reduction in chargeable service units for 2013. We have therefore further reduced the forecast made last November of 507,000 chargeable service units (CSUs) and we are now forecasting 466,000 CSUs which is a reduction of 3.5% on the forecast given for the preliminary unit rate. Clearly this reduction is a critical factor but, offsetting this against the planned savings, the final unit rate will be actually lower than predicted for the preliminary unit rate. The above results in a final unit rate for 2013 of 44.84 which is 3.6% higher than the current published unit rate. It is recognised that this does represent an increase but this is mainly due to the fall in traffic currently forecast and with inflation currently at 4.5% it still represents a decrease in real terms. Unfortunately the current estimated fall in traffic and the uncertain economic situation gives us little room to manoeuvre at this stage. However, the reduction in the cost base has led to a lower unit rate than originally predicted for the preliminary unit rate.

9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan;

The main cost driver over the five year period is the planned implementation of the NAMP the cost of which is reflected in the depreciation and cost of capital and the continued improvements to the system to enable us further to develop our services for the benefit of our customers We are now assuming an average interest on debt of 7.5.% for the period 2014 to 2017 with the interest rate ranging from 7.0% in 2014 to 7.9% in 2017.The successful implementation of the NAMP is seen as crucial to the continued improvement in air navigation services. It is noted that the current economic uncertainty has led to some downturns in the traffic. However, the STATFOR Medium Term Forecast predicts further traffic growth over this five year period and it is important that allowance is made for further increases in the traffic to be handled. It should also be noted that, even with this continued improvement in services, over the five year period to 2017 both unit costs in national currency and the unit rate are forecast to reduce. This emphasises the overall cost effectiveness of the services as well as providing the level of service our customers demand. The unit rate is currently forecast to increase for 2014, and as mentioned above, because of the traffic shortfall in 2012 there is likely to be an under recovery to be taken into account. However, over the remainder of the five year period (2015-2017) we are forecasting a steady reduction in the unit rate.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Albania Year: 2013

1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

The consolidated final unit rate for 2013 proposed is 44.84 per chargeable service unit (CSU). This represents an increase of 3.6% over the published unit rate for 2012 of 43.29.This increase reflects the negative traffic growth currently being experienced during 2012 and given the current uncertain economic situation necessitates taking a cautious approach in line with the latest STATFOR Forecasts. Even so with inflation predicted to be 4.5% it represents a reduction in real terms. This comes at a difficult time with the NAMP programme currently being implemented. But the development and implementation of the NAMP has enabled Albania to handle much greater volumes of traffic than it was previously able to do. Albania makes a distinction between services provided for terminal and en route air navigation services. There is currently only one en route charging zone. Costs are allocated on the basis of activity and services provided. In addition the allocation system uses where appropriate standard cost sharing keys such as controller positions and radio channels. This is in line with current ICAO Guidance and the Eurocontrol Principles.

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

The publication of the final unit rate last November showed a further increase in traffic. In November we forecast that chargeable service units (CSUs) would increase to 507,000 CSUs for 2013.. However, as stated above the uncertainties generated by the current economic situation has seriously affected traffic flying through Albanian airspace. Traffic has declined in 2012 and STATFOR has had to revise its base case forecast. We are now forecasting 466,000 CSUs for 2013 which represents an 8% reduction on what was predicted in November last year and a 3.5% reduction on what we were predicting for the preliminary unit rate. Our latest forecast is derived from the latest STATFOR Medium Term Forecast. As already stated the current economic situation remains extremely uncertain. Nevertheless STATFOR is forecasting some growth over the five year period 2013 to 2017; this currently averages around 3.5% per annum.

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs;

These mostly refer to State flights. The costs are deducted from the cost base in line with the Eurocontrol Principles and are funded by the State. The costs of handling military flights are excluded from the cost base where applicable.

4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist;

None

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Albania Year: 2013

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

At this stage this is not applicable. As already indicated Albania continues to use the full cost recovery method.

6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

As previously stated for the past nine years Albania has been developing its National Airspace Modernisation Program (NAMP). The NAMP has taken into account recommendations from Eurocontrol; and Lockheed Martin and UK NATS have provided project management and advice. In addition a contract has been agreed with Eurocontrol for the provision of technical advice. The principle aim has been to implement a fully modernised air navigation service to improve service provision and handle the increase in traffic forecast for the area. It was clear that without this level of investment it would not be possible to open up Albanias airspace and handle the significant increases in traffic and the more efficient routings demanded by the airspace users. It is important to understand that in 2003 the maximum capacity was 16 aircraft per hour; by 2007 this has nearly tripled to 44 aircraft per hour. At the request of customers capacity was further increased for 2009. As a result of the introduction of a 24 hour radar service from April 2008 capacity increased to 50 aircraft per hour and then to over 60 aircraft per hour. This will now increase to 80 aircraft per hour. We are currently operating with three sectors, however, with the introduction of the new air traffic control centre we shall have additional capacity to increase to up to six sectors to allow for further increases in traffic. We are currently in the process of training 24 new controllers which will enable a fourth sector to be opened. In summary, during this nine year period traffic has increased significantly and airspace users have been able to agree routings over Albanian airspace specifically suited to their requirements Despite the current economic uncertainties we are still planning for .traffic to double between 2005 and the end of the current five year period (2017) In order to handle this level of traffic growth, and continue to provide the high level of service demanded by our customers, the NAMP must be fully implemented. This is planned to be achieved with a unit rate which is currently forecast to reduce over the next five year period. We are keen to consult with our customers and to date representatives from IACA have visited Tirana twice to review progress on the project.

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

This is not applicable at this stage.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Albania Year: 2013


8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years;

The method used by Albania is fully in line with the method detailed in the Eurocontrol Principles.

ARMENIA

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Armenia 2013data

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 804 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 515 1.3Depreciation 179 1.4Costofcapital 257 1.5Exceptionalitems 0 1.6Totalcosts 1754 Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 876 2.2Communication 238 2.3Navigation 208 2.4Surveillance 175 2.5Searchandrescue 0 2.6AeronauticalInformation 123 2.7Meteorologicalservices 0 2.8Supervisioncosts 0 2.9OtherStatecosts 135 2.10Totalcosts 1754 Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

923 537 179 319 63 2020 15.1% 14.8% 4.3%

1101 579 181 294 0 2154 6.6% 19.3% 7.9%

1219 632 248 324 0 2423 12.5% 10.8% 9.1%

1221 551 310 408 0 2490 2.7% 0.1% 12.8%

1282 616 349 413 0 2659 6.8% 5.0% 11.8%

1346 687 357 433 0 2822 6.1% 5.0% 11.4%

1413 689 365 471 0 2938 4.1% 5.0% 0.3%

1484 676 414 508 0 3082 4.9% 5.0% 1.8%

974 276 242 249 0 139 0 0 140 2020 15.1% 11.2% 23.6%

1052 298 261 270 0 150 0 0 123 2154 6.6% 8.1% 8.1%

1180 334 293 302 0 169 0 0 145 2423 12.5% 12.2% 12.2%

1213 343 301 311 0 173 0 0 149 2490 2.7% 2.7% 2.7%

1300 368 323 333 0 186 0 0 150 2659 6.8% 7.2% 7.2%

1382 391 343 354 0 197 0 0 154 2822 6.1% 6.3% 6.3%

1441 408 358 369 0 206 0 0 157 2938 4.1% 4.2% 4.2%

1517 430 377 389 0 217 0 0 154 3082 4.9% 5.3% 5.3%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 1433 1510 1794 2064 2761 2822 2977 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.3Netcurrentassets 402 581 653 637 636 616 632 3.4Totalassetbase 1835 2091 2447 2702 3396 3438 3609 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 14.0% 15.2% 12.0% 12.0% 12.0% 12.0% 12.0% 3.6Returnonequity 14.0% 15.7% 12.0% 12.0% 12.0% 12.0% 12.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts 0.0% 12.0% 12.0% 12.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 3.4% 9.4% 4.7% 4.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 100 105 109 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 1754 2020 2057 2226 Total%n/n1 15.1% 1.9% 8.2% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 1754 2020 2154 2423 0 0 0 0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 1754 2020 2154 2423

3297 0 630 3927 12.0% 12.0% 0.0%

3605 0 630 4235 12.0% 12.0% 0.0%

4.0% 113 2199 1.2%

4.0% 118 2258 2.7%

4.0% 122 2304 2.0%

4.0% 127 2363 2.6%

4.0% 132 2364 0.0%

2490 0 2490

2659 0 2659

2822 0 2822

2938 0 2938

3082 0 3082

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000AMDServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName Armenia ARMATS 2013data

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 804 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 379 1.3Depreciation 179 1.4Costofcapital 257 1.5Exceptionalitems 0 1.6Totalcosts 1619 Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 876 2.2Communication 238 2.3Navigation 208 2.4Surveillance 175 2.5Searchandrescue 0 2.6AeronauticalInformation 123 2.7Meteorologicalservices 0 2.8Supervisioncosts 0 2.9OtherStatecosts 0 2.10Totalcosts 1619 Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

923 396 179 319 63 1880 16.1% 14.8% 4.5%

1101 456 181 294 0 2031 8.1% 19.3% 15.1%

1219 487 248 324 0 2279 12.2% 10.8% 6.8%

1221 403 310 408 0 2341 2.7% 0.1% 17.4%

1282 466 349 413 0 2509 7.2% 5.0% 15.8%

1346 533 357 433 0 2668 6.3% 5.0% 14.3%

1413 532 365 471 0 2781 4.2% 5.0% 0.3%

1484 522 414 508 0 2928 5.3% 5.0% 1.9%

974 276 242 249 0 139 0 0 0 1880 16.1% 11.2% 23.6%

1052 298 261 270 0 150 0 0 0 2031 8.1% 8.1% 8.1%

1180 334 293 302 0 169 0 0 0 2279 12.2% 12.2% 12.2%

1213 343 301 311 0 173 0 0 0 2341 2.7% 2.7% 2.7%

1300 368 323 333 0 186 0 0 0 2509 7.2% 7.2% 7.2%

1382 391 343 354 0 197 0 0 0 2668 6.3% 6.3% 6.3%

1441 408 358 369 0 206 0 0 0 2781 4.2% 4.2% 4.2%

1517 430 377 389 0 217 0 0 0 2928 5.3% 5.3% 5.3%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 1433 1510 1794 2064 2761 2822 2977 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.3Netcurrentassets 402 581 653 637 636 616 632 3.4Totalassetbase 1835 2091 2447 2702 3396 3438 3609 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 14.0% 15.2% 12.0% 12.0% 12.0% 12.0% 12.0% 3.6Returnonequity 14.0% 15.7% 12.0% 12.0% 12.0% 12.0% 12.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts 0.0% 12.0% 12.0% 12.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Costofcommonprojects 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 3.4% 9.4% 4.7% 4.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 100 105 109 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 1619 1880 1940 2093 Total%n/n1 16.1% 3.2% 7.9% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 1619 1880 2031 2279 0 0 0 0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 1619 1880 2031 2279

3297 0 630 3927 12.0% 12.0% 0.0% 0

3605 0 630 4235 12.0% 12.0% 0.0% 0

4.0% 113 2067 1.2%

4.0% 118 2131 3.1%

4.0% 122 2179 2.3%

4.0% 127 2184 0.2%

4.0% 132 2210 1.2%

2341 0 2341

2509 0 2509

2668 0 2668

2781 0 2781

2928 0 2928

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000AMDServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Armenia MET 2013data

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4.2Priceindex(2) 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) Total%n/n1 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000AMDServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename CAANSA Armenia ANSCRRegulatoryactivities 2013data

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

135

140

123

145

149

150

154

157

154

135

140 3.6% 3.6%

123 12.3% 12.3%

145 17.7% 17.7%

149 2.6% 2.6%

150 1.1% 1.1%

154 2.4% 2.4%

157 2.0% 2.0%

154 1.7% 1.7%

135 135

140 140 3.6%

123 123 12.3%

145 145 17.7%

149 149 2.6%

150 150 1.1%

154 154 2.4%

157 157 2.0%

154 154 1.7%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 3.4% 9.4% 4.7% 4.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 100 105 109 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 135 140 117 133 Total%n/n1 3.6% 16.3% 13.2% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 135 140 123 145 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 135 140 123 145

4.0% 113 131 1.3%

4.0% 118 127 2.8%

4.0% 122 126 1.5%

4.0% 127 123 1.9%

4.0% 132 116 5.5%

149 149

150 150

154 154

157 157

154 154

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000AMDServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Unitratecalculation Armenia 2013data

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Calculationofthenationalunitrate(Finaldatauntil2012Preliminarydatafrom2013inAMD) 1.1Totalcostspriortoded.ofVFRcosts(1) 1798 1937 1970 2529 2490 2659 1.2CostsofexemptedVFRflights(1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 4 3 3 1.3CostsofexemptedIFRflights 1.4Amountscarriedovertoyearn 0 0 0 108 43 46 1.5Incomefromothersources 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.6Chargeablecoststotal 1796 1935 1966 2417 2444 2702 %n/n1 7.7% 1.6% 22.9% 1.1% 10.6% 1.7Totalserviceunits 0.156 0.127 0.153 0.175 0.160 0.171 0.155 0.126 0.153 0.175 0.160 0.171 1.8Chargeableserviceunits 1.9Unitratenat.currency1.6/1.8 11555 15305 12843 13835 15295 15822 %n/n1 32.5% 16.1% 7.7% 10.6% 3.4% 1.10Exchangerate(Septembern1) 432.64 551.07 474.09 509.60 524.77 524.77 1.11Basicnationalrateineuro 26.71 27.77 27.09 27.15 29.15 30.15 %n/n1 4.0% 2.5% 0.2% 7.4% 3.4% 2.Actual/forecastserviceunits(in'000000serviceunits) 2.1Totalserviceunits 0.133 %n/n1 2.2Chargeableserviceunits 0.133 %n/n1

2822 0 4 46 0 2865 6.0% 0.183 0.183 15674 0.9% 524.77 29.87 0.9%

2938 0 4 46 0 2981 4.1% 0.195 0.195 15306 2.4% 524.77 29.17 2.4%

3082 0 4 46 0 3125 4.8% 0.209 0.209 14970 2.2% 524.77 28.53 2.2%

0.146 9.6% 0.146 9.6%

0.170 16.1% 0.169 16.1%

0.153 9.7% 0.153 9.7%

0.160 4.5% 0.160 4.5%

0.171 6.9% 0.171 6.9%

0.183 7.0% 0.183 7.0%

0.195 6.6% 0.195 6.6%

0.209 7.2% 0.209 7.2%

3.Over()orunder(+)recoveriestobecarriedover('000000inAMD) Chargesbilledtousers 1546 2214 2194 3.1Chargesbilledtousers Netactualcostschargeabletousers 3.2Totalcostspriorded.ofVFRcosts(2) 1754 2020 2154 3.3CostofexemptedVFRflights(2) 0 0 0 3.4CostsofexemptedIFRflights 3 3 3 3.5Amountscarriedovertoyearn 0 0 0 3.6Incomefromothersources 116 3.7Chargeablecoststotal 1636 2017 2151 Over()orunder(+)recovery 90 197 43 3.8Balancetobecarriedover 4.Carryoverofover()orunder(+)recoveries('000000inAMD) 4.1Balanceyear2003 4.2Balanceyear2004 4.3Balanceyear2005 4.4Balanceyear2006 4.5Balanceyear2007 0 4.6Balanceyear2008 0 4.7Balanceyear2009 90 4.8Balanceyear2010 197 4.9Balanceyear2011 43 4.10Balanceyear2012(3) 185 4.11Amountcarriedovertoyearn 0 0

2128 2423 0 3 108 2313 185

2444 2490 0 3 43 2444 0

2702 2659 0 3 46 2702 0

2865 2822 0 4 46 2865 0

2981 2938 0 4 46 2981 0

3125 3082 0 4 46 3125 0

90 197 43 0 108 43 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 46

5.Unitcost(TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts/Totalserviceunitsinnationalcurrency) 5.1Totalcosts3.2/Serviceunits2.1 13164 13828 12701 15821 15561 5.2ANSPcomponentoftheunitcost 12149 12868 11977 14876 14633 0 0 0 0 0 5.3METcomponentoftheunitcost 5.4NSAStatecomponentoftheunitcost 1015 960 725 945 928 %n/n1 5.0% 8.1% 24.6% 1.6%

15552 14674 0 878 0.1%

15422 14582 0 840 0.8%

15069 14264 0 805 2.3%

14748 14010 0 738 2.1%

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000AMDServiceunitsin'000000 (1)TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsusedtocalculateunitratesforecastfromNarereportedfromTable1 (2)TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsCostdatareportedfromTable1 (3)Estimatedbalancefor2012

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Armenia Year: 2013


1.Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones;

Taking into consideration that the national ANSP (ARMATS CJSC) doesnt operate any internal accounting system allowing allocation of costs between air navigation services, the allocation keys described in ICAO documents and Eurocontrol Principles are used for allocation of the overall costs between different air navigation services (en-route, terminal and other). For performing this task overall costs of the company are classified by nature and form 5 main groups: staff costs, other operating costs, amortization (depreciation), cost of capital and exceptional items. The costs of facilities and services, which serve only en-route or terminal services, are allocated 100% either to en-route or to terminal services. The costs of facilities and services, which serve both en-route or terminal services, are allocated by using the allocation keys described in Eurocontrol Principles (i.e. in proportion of the number of personnel, in proportion of the staff costs on ATCOs, in proportion of the used equipment, in proportion to the average distance flown, etc.). When the allocation keys are not applicable for some costs, the allocation of the costs was done with the following proportion: 75%-25%, 50%-50% or 25%-75%, or by using the resulting average allocation percentage. Taking into consideration that ARMATS CJSC doesnt operate any internal accounting system allowing allocation of costs by services /ATM, CNS, AIS, etc./, with the only exception of staff costs and Other State costs (Eurocontrol costs), the allocation of overall costs by services was done in proportion of the ARMATS CJSCs staff costs. Taking into consideration that the Republic of Armenia has established one en-route charging zone, the allocation of the costs between different en route charging zones isnt applicable.

2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs);

Reasoning that the General Department of Civil Aviation at the Government of the Republic of Armenia (regulatory authority for ANS) is financed from the state budget and therefore doesnt establish any costs for its regulatory function, the State costs of the regulatory authority are not included in the air navigation cost-bases. Therefore the only costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs) correspond to costs of the Eurocontrol contribution paid by the Republic of Armenia, which are as follows:

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3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

For calculation of the depreciation costs ARMATS CJSC applies the depreciation periods described in the Principles for establishing the cost-base for en-route charges and the calculation of the unit rates since 01.01.2007. Depreciation costs are calculated applying straight-line method, i.e. historic costs minus depreciation calculated from the expected date of entry into operation over the expected operating life. Depreciation costs are calculated for fixed assets in use (registered in balance sheet as of 31/12/2011) and for CAPEX planned after 31/12/2011 (basing on the dates of entry into operation), taking due account of assets under construction and of advance payments for them (registered in the balance sheet as of 31/12/2011).

4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity;

For calculation of the cost of capital ARMATS CJSC used weighted average interest rate calculated basing on the interest rate of the debts (loans) and return on equity (which corresponds to the lowest rate of the State long-term bonds yields pronounced by the Ministry of the Finance of the Republic of Armenia in its letter to ARMATS CJSC). In the result of the calculation the weighted average interest rates constituted 12,0% for 2011A-2017F. These rates were applied to the overall capital employed, i.e. to the average NBV of the long-term assets and of net current assets (working capital). The average NBV of the long-term assets was calculated separately for main assets in use (registered in the Balance Sheet as of 31/12/2011) and for CAPEX planned after 31/12/2011 (basing on the dates of payments and date of entry into operation), taking due account of assets under construction and of advance payments for them (registered in the balance sheet as of 31/12/2011). The average NBV of net current assets (working capital) was calculated basing on the dynamics of the estimated growth of the volumes of the forecasted revenues and costs.

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services;

As it was mentioned in point 1, the allocation of costs between terminal and en-route air navigation services is made by using the allocation keys described in ICAO documents and Eurocontrol Principles. For performing this task overall costs of the company were classified by nature and form 5 main groups: staff costs, other operating costs, amortization (depreciation), cost of capital and exceptional items. Different allocation keys were used for the allocation of each group of the costs. 1. Allocation of Staff costs Due to the significant changes in the staff organizational structure in the end of year 2010, the allocation of the staff costs for 2011A and 2012F-2017F is as follows:

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a) Allocation of the staff costs of ATCOs in OPS: Staff costs of ACC ATCOs 100% to en-route and 0% to terminal; Staff costs of TWR ATCOs - 0% to en-route and 100% to terminal; - Staff costs of APP ATCOs-70,0% to en-route and 30,0% to terminal (calculated with the average distances of handing the aircrafts within aerodrome 20 km radius area by APP and TWR ATCOs). With these allocation keys the average allocation percentage for the staff costs of ATCOs in OPS for 2011A constituted 54.62 % to en-route and 45.38 % to terminal services, which was calculated as follows and applied for allocation of these costs in 2012F-2017F:

Staff costs of ATCOs, '000 AMD ATCO in ops -Yerevan ACC centre -Yerevan approach -Yerevan Tower -Gyumri approach -Gyumri Tower -Stepanavan Tower ATCOs ER: ACC +70% APP ATCOs Terminal: TWR +30%APP Total ATCOs in operation % ATCOs En route % ATCOs Terminal % Total ATCOs in operation

2011A 674 326 213 266 199 048 199 048 62 964 368 340 305 986 674 326 54,62% 45,38% 100%

b) Staff costs of Other ATCOs, Assistants and other supporting personnel, as well as of technical support staff are allocated in the same proportion as the staff costs of ATCOs in OPS (i.e. 54.62% to enroute and 45.38% to terminal); c) Staff costs of ancillary services (AIS, Meteo and SAR) for 2011A and the forthcoming years are allocated as follows:

i.e. 48.10% to en-route and 51.90% to terminal services. d) Staff costs of administrative and other staff for 2011A and 2012F-2017F are allocated using the resulting average allocation percentage, which constituted 54,19% to en-route and 45,81% to terminal services.

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2. Allocation of other operating costs a) Other operating costs of the post warranty service, flight-testing, invoice preparation services, lease of communication channels, current repair costs and costs of rent are allocated to en-route and terminal services directly. b) Other operating costs attributable to personnel, such as training and traveling costs, communication and postal services, compulsory medical examination, water and heating costs, costs of transport, insurance costs and entertainment costs, are allocated in proportion of total number of personnel (FTE), as follows:

i.e. 51,51% to en-route and 48,49% to terminal services. c) Other operating costs related to assets, such as costs on material purchases, costs of fuelling and energy supply costs are allocated in proportion of amortization (depreciation) and therefore their allocation will be changeable due to actual investments made in 2011A and CAPEX forecasted in 2012F-2017F, as follows: - in 2011A` 51,00% to en-route and 49,00% to terminal services; - in 2012F` 55,41% to en-route and 44,59% to terminal services; - in 2013F` 56,82% to en-route and 43,18% to terminal services; - in 2014F` 59,23% to en-route and 40,77% to terminal services; - in 2015F` 60,95% to en-route and 39,05% to terminal services; - in 2016F` 61,90% to en-route and 38,10% to terminal services; - in 2017F` 60,06% to en-route and 39,94% to terminal services. d) The remaining other operating costs, such as taxes and duties, banking services, auditing services costs, provision for doubtful debts and write-offs, as well as other costs are allocated using the resulting average percentage as follows: - in 2011A` 51,70% to en-route and 48,30% to terminal services; - in 2012F` 53,39% to en-route and 46,61% to terminal services; - in 2013F` 52,77% to en-route and 47,23% to terminal services; - in 2014F` 51,93% to en-route and 48,07% to terminal services; - in 2015F` 54,84% to en-route and 45,16% to terminal services; - in 2016F` 54,47% to en-route and 45,53% to terminal services; - in 2017F` 53,02% to en-route and 46,98% to terminal services. 3. Allocation of amortization (depreciation) costs Amortization (depreciation) generated by the non-current assets in use registered in Balance Sheet as of 31/12/2011 is allocated in proportion of TOP 90 assets in use (51,0% to en-route and 49,0% to terminal services). The allocation of depreciation generated by non-current assets to be purchased and entered into operation after 31/12/2011 is made by using the allocation percentages established for each item of CAPEX (100%-0%; 75%-25%, 50%-50% or contrary). On the basis of the 2012F2017F CAPEX, the allocation of the depreciation costs for the following years is as follows: - in 2012F` 55,41% to en-route and 44,59% to terminal services; - in 2013F` 56,82% to en-route and 43,18% to terminal services;

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- in 2014F` 59,23% to en-route and 40,77% to terminal services; - in 2015F` 60,95% to en-route and 39,05% to terminal services; - in 2016F` 61,90% to en-route and 38,10% to terminal services; - in 2017F` 60,06% to en-route and 39,94% to terminal services. 4. Allocation of cost of capital Cost of capital generated by the non-current assets in use registered in Balance Sheet as of 31/12/2011 is allocated in proportion of TOP 90 assets in use (51,0% to en-route and 49,0% to terminal services). The allocation of cost of capital generated by non-current assets in construction as of 31/12/2011 or to be purchased and entered into operation after that date is made by using the allocation percentages established for each item of CAPEX (100%-0%; 75%-25%, 50%-50% or contrary), due to which the allocation of the cost of capital for 2011A-2017F is as follows: - in 2011A` 54,46% to en-route and 45,54% to terminal services; - in 2012F` 56,79% to en-route and 43,21% to terminal services; - in 2013F` 59,92 to en-route and 40,08% to terminal services; - in 2014F` 61,62% to en-route and 38,38% to terminal services; - in 2015F` 62,18% to en-route and 37,82% to terminal services; - in 2016F` 62,17% to en-route and 37,83% to terminal services; - in 2017F` 59,90% to en-route and 40,10% to terminal services. The same allocation was used for the allocation of the 2011A-2017F current assets (working capital). 5. Allocation of exceptional items In case of existence of any exceptional items, they will be allocated to en-route and terminal services directly. It should be mentioned that no exceptional items attributable to en-route existed in 2011A and they are not foreseen in 2012F-2017F.

6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration;

The meteorological services are provided by Zvartnots air meteorological center CJSC, which is a separate self-financing enterprise under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Nature Protection of the Republic of Armenia. Reasoning this, meteorological service costs are not included into air navigation cost-bases.

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones;

See point 6.

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8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n - 1;

1. Revenues: The Republic of Armenia integrated into the Route Charges System from 01 March 2009 and starting from that date the billing and collection of the route charges on behalf of the Republic of Armenia is performed by Eurocontrol CRCO. Therefore the forecasted en-route revenue is calculated in line with Eurocontrol Principles and corresponds to en-route costs (national costs + Eurocontrol costs). The actual figure of route charges billed to users by Eurocontrol CRCO in 2011 constituted 2193,8 mln. AMD, which is 227,5 mln. AMD higher than the forecasted figure (1966,3 mln. AMD).This was mainly due to increase of flights, which, in its turn, have resulted to 10,6% increase of Service Units (actual number of chargeable SU constituted 169373 instead of forecasted 153100). 2. Costs: The 2011 actual chargeable en-route costs constituted 2151,3 mln. AMD, which is 185,0 mln. AMD higher than the forecasted figure (1966,3 mln. AMD). The table below shows the details of 2011 forecasted and actual costs by cost nature:
Total en-route costs Staff costs Other operating costs /incl. Eurocontrol costs/ Depreciation Cost of capital Exceptional items Total in mln. AMD
Cost of exempted flights

Total chargeable costs in mln. AMD

2011F 923,7 600,8 178,7 267,0 0,0 1970,2 3,9 1966,3

2011A 1100,6 579,2 180,7 293,6 0,0 2154,1 2,8 2151,3

Difference /+,-/ 176,9 -21,6 2,0 26,6 0,0 183,9 -1,1 185,0

The increase of staff costs is due to revision of the conditions of remuneration of labor. The decrease of other operating costs is due to the cost containment measures applied by the company, as well as due to the postponement of the dates of performance of some costs. The increase of amortization (depreciation) and of cost of capital is due to the pressing need of making some additional investments /mainly due to existing emergency situations/. As evident from the aforesaid, the difference between actual revenues and costs have resulted to an over-recovery of 42,5 mln. AMD (2193,8 - 2151,3) in 2011, which, according to the Eurocontrol adjustment mechanism is a subject to carry-forward and will be returned to the airspace users in 2013.

9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan;

Reasoning that the General Department of Civil Aviation at the Government of the Republic of Armenia (regulatory authority for ANS) is financed from the state budget and therefore doesnt establish any enroute costs for its regulatory function, the costs filled in the appropriate Table of State costs correspond to the costs of Eurocontrol contribution paid by the Republic of Armenia /filled as Other State costs/. It should be noted that according to the Government Decision N 1247-A dated 25.10.2007, these costs are incurred by the national ANSP, i.e. ARMATS CJSC. Taking into consideration that the meteorological services are provided by self-financing enterprise namely Zvartnots air meteorological center CJSC and therefore are not included into air navigation cost-bases, the figures provided in the consolidated table correspond to the sum of en-route costs of ARMATS CJSC and of Eurocontrol contribution State costs.

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1. Economical background - The information on the inflation rate was provided by the official letter of the Central Bank of the Republic of Armenia dated 03 May 2012, according to which actual inflation in the Republic of Armenia in 2011 constituted 4,7% and its objective for the years 2012-2017 is forecasted at 4,0%. - For calculation of the cost of capital ARMATS CJSC used weighted average interest rate calculated basing on the interest rate of the debts (loans) and return on equity. Interest on debts (loans): For the modernization of its en-route radar TRLK-11 ARMATS CJSC received a 3-year loan from the State budget in amount of 1 MEUR and at interest rate of 12%. According to the payment schedule the first payment was made on the 15 April 2011 and the last one was scheduled on 25 December 2013. However, taking into consideration the financial situation of the Company at the beginning of the year 2012, the loan has been repaid in advance in June 2012. Return on equity: According to the Eurocontrol Principles the government long-term bond rate may be taken as a guide for the rate of return on equity. The information on this rate was provided by the official letter of the Ministry of the Finance of the Republic of Armenia dated 03 May 2012, according to which the actual yield of the Government long-term bonds in 2011 constituted 12,0% and for 20122017 it may fluctuate between 12%-13%. Taking into consideration this assumption, ARMATS CJSC has applied the rate of 12% for the calculation of the return on equity in the years 2012-2017. In the result of application of the above-mentioned interest rates, the weighted average interest rate constituted 12,0% in 2011A-2017F. - According to Eurocontrol Principles for the calculation of en-route unit rates the following average exchange rates published by Reuters for 1 EUR were applied: 2011 actual exchange rate constituted 517,542 AMD; the exchange rate applied for the calculation of 2012 basic unit rate corresponds to the average exchange rate for September 2011, i.e. 509,595 AMD; and the exchange rate applied for the calculation of 2013-2017 basic unit rates corresponds to the average exchange rate for September 2012, i.e. 524,768 AMD. 2. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs - Staff costs include wages and remuneration costs, as well as costs to social fund contributions. Wages and remuneration costs include basic salaries as well as additional payments relating to special working conditions such as shift work, work in harmful conditions, work during holidays and weekends, bonuses, etc., which are calculated in accordance with the Labor Law of the Republic of Armenia. Taking into consideration the forecasted volumes of the en-route traffic in 2013F, the Company has decided temporarily freeze the growth of its staff costs, due to which it is expected that the staff costs allocated to en-route services will remain at the 2012F level in 2013F and constitute 1220,7 mln. AMD. In case of materialization of the forecasted en-route traffic in 2014F-2017F, it is foreseen that the annual growth of the en-route staff costs of ARMATS CJSC will be at the level of inflation forecasted for these years, which is 4-5% per year. - Other operating costs include all costs incurred through the purchase of goods and services, in particular communication services, external consultants and audit, material, energy, utilities, rental, maintenance, post warranty (global support), insurance costs, traveling and personnel training expenses, as well as Eurocontrol contribution costs (which are filled as Other state costs in Reporting Table 1) and provision for bad debts and write-offs (which is calculated basing on the assumption that CRCO may not recover approx. 0,3% of the charges billed). Taking into consideration the forecasted volumes of the en-route traffic in 2013F, the Company has decided to postpone procurement of some goods and cut down volumes of purchase of some services, due to which it is expected that the en-route other operating costs will decrease by some 12.8% against the 2012F and constitute about 551.3 mln. AMD in 2013F.

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Taking into consideration the expected increase of the costs on the post warranty (global support) services, which is connected with the acquisition and/or modernization of the equipment, it is foreseen that en-route other operating costs will increase by some 12% in 2014F-2017F against 2013F figure, which, however, is subject to revision depending on the actual dynamics of the en-route traffic. - Amortization (depreciation) costs are calculated for fixed assets in use (registered in balance sheet as of 31/12/2011) and for CAPEX planned after 31/12/2011 (basing on the dates of entry into operation) and taking due account of assets under construction and of advance payments for them (registered in the balance sheet as of 31/12/2011). No depreciation is calculated for land and for the assets, which were temporarily out of operation as of 31/12/2011. Due to the completion of modernization of the en-route radar TRLK-11 in January 2012, the estimated en-route depreciation costs for 2012 will increase by 37.3% against the 2011A figure and constitute about 248,1 mln. AMD. It should be mentioned that reasoning the forecasted volumes of the en-route traffic in 2013F, the Company has postponed some investment programs set in its 5-year business-plan, due to which the main forecasted CAPEX to be made in 2013 will be the modernization of the ATC center, which, according to the already signed contracts, will amount to about 1,2 billion AMD. The modernization of the ATC center includes acquisition of new ATC and VCCS systems, which pressing need is mainly stipulated by the new requirements of ICAO, particularly change of format of FPL in November 2012, new ADEXP format of CFMU messages, ensuring the 2-nd level of the Safety Nets, etc. Taking into consideration the fact, that it is foreseen to complete the modernization of ATC center in the middle of 2013, it is expected that the en-route depreciation costs will increase by 25.0% against 2012F figure and constitute about 310,1 mln. AMD in 2013F. For the rest period of 2014F-2017F it is foreseen that the depreciation costs will change depending on the volumes of new CAPEX, the dates of entry into operation, as well as on their allocation to en-route and terminal services. - Cost of capital: The calculated weighted average interest rate (see above explanation) was applied to the overall capital employed, i.e. to the average NBV of the long-term assets and of net current assets (working capital). The average NBV of the long-term assets was calculated separately for main assets in use (registered in the Balance Sheet as of 31/12/2011) and for CAPEX planned after 31/12/2011 (basing on the dates of payments and date of entry into operation), taking due account of assets under construction and of advance payments for them (registered in the balance sheet as of 31/12/2011). The average NBV of net current assets (working capital) was calculated basing on the dynamics of the estimated growth of the volumes of the forecasted revenues and costs. Due to the completion of modernization of the en-route radar TRLK-11 in January 2012, it is foreseen that the cost of capital attributable to en-route services will increase by 10.4% against the 2011A figure and constitute about 324,2 mln. AMD in 2012F. As it was mentioned above, due to the forecasted volumes of the en-route traffic in 2013 the Company has postponed some investment programs set in its 5-year business-plan. Nevertheless, considering the expected completion of modernization of ATC center in the middle of 2013, it is foreseen that the 2013F en-route cost of capital will increase by some 25,7% against the 2012 estimated figure and constitute 407,6 mln, AMD. For the forthcoming period of 2014F-2017F the cost of capital will be relatively stable and will vary depending on the dates of payment and of entry into operation, operating life of new CAPEX, their allocation to en-route and terminal services, etc. The Companys main capital expenditures for the years 2012F-2017F are shown in the table below:

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It should be mentioned that reasoning priority and expedience, the capital expenditures forecasted for 2014F-2017F are subject to update in the end of each preceding year. - Exceptional items : As it was already mentioned no exceptional items attributable to en-route services and facilities are foreseen in 2012F-2017F. TOTAL EN-ROUTE COSTS: As a result of the above-mentioned it is foreseen that the total forecasted en-route costs in AMD terms will increase in 2013F by some 2.7% against the 2012 estimated figure, thus constituting about 2489,7 mln. AMD, which is stipulated by 12,8% decrease of other operating costs and total increase of 25,5% of depreciation and cost of capital, which is owed to expected new CAPEX. For the further period of 2014F-2017F the yearly average increase of the forecasted total en-route costs will fluctuate between 4% and 7%.

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1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

The Republic of Armenia has established one en-route charging zone.

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

According to the Companys expectation, the estimated number of service units in 2012 will not exceed 153174. The number of total service units established for the calculation of the 2013 en-route unit rate corresponds to the figure published by Eurocontrol CRCO and STATFOR, which, according to the their forecast, will constitute 159451 units in 2013. This figure was rounded up to 160000 units by the Company. The forecasted number of the total service units for 2014F-2017F was established basing on the following sources: data contained in EUROCONTROL 7-year Forecast: IFR Flight Movements 20122018 Report published by STATFOR in September 2012 and actual average SU per flight recorded in 2011-2012. The number of the chargeable service units for the period 2013F-2017F was calculated by applying the actual proportion of 2011 (99,87% of the forecasted number of the total service units is chargeable and the rest 0.13% of the forecasted number of the total service units is exempted). It should be mentioned that neither VFR nor internal flights are foreseen to be operated in the airspace of the Republic of Armenia in 2013F-2017F, and that the en-route cost-bases for these years have been accordingly reduced by the costs of the exempted flights.

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs;

According to Eurocontrol Principles and the Government Decision N 2074-N dated 13.12.2002, the following flights are exempted from the payment of en-route charges: a) Flights performed by aircraft of which the maximum take-off weight authorized is less than two (2) metric tons; b) Flights performed exclusively for the transport, on official mission, of the reigning Monarch and his/her immediate family, Heads of State, Heads of Government, and Government Ministers. c) Search and rescue flights authorized by the competent body. d) Training flights performed exclusively for the purpose of obtaining a license, or a rating in the case of cockpit flight crew. e) Flights performed exclusively for the purpose of checking or testing equipment used or intended to be used as ground aids to air navigation, excluding positioning flights by the aircraft concerned. Costs related to the flights exempted under points from a) to c) are submitted and paid by the Government of the Republic of Armenia. Taking into consideration that the flights exempted under points d) and e) related to provision of safety of the flights in the Republic of Armenia, the costs of these flights are covered from the financial sources of ARMATS CJSC.

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4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist;

According to the 2012 estimated and 2013F-2017F forecasted figures no income from other sources is planned.

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

N/A

6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

The main objective of ARMATS CJSC is to ensure high level of the safety of the flights and provide high quality air navigation services. It should be mentioned that for achieving performance of this goal ARMATS CJSC annually makes necessary capital investments and costs, but at the same time aims to keep and improve the level of cost-effectiveness. It should be added that from the point of view of the safety of flights the Republic of Armenia takes up a leading position in the region, but at the same the enroute unit rate of the Republic of Armenia continues to stay one of the lowest in the Eurocontrol area /i.e. among the Eurocontrol Member States/.

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

N/A

8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years;

As it was mentioned above, the difference between the Companys actual en-route charges billed to users (2193,8 mln. AMD) and en-route chargeable costs (2151,3 mln. AMD) have resulted to an overrecovery of 42,5 mln. AMD in 2011, which, according to the Eurocontrol adjustment mechanism, will be carried forward and returned to the airspace Users in year n+1, i.e. in 2013. According to the estimated data for 2012, it is expected that the difference between the Companys en-route charges billed to users (estimated to constitute 2128,0 mln. AMD) and en-route chargeable costs (estimated to constitute 2312,6 mln. AMD) will result to an under-recovery of 184,6 mln. AMD, which, however, is just an anticipation and will be revised on the basis of the actual financial statements for the year 2012. According to the Eurocontrol adjustment mechanism, the amount of the under-recovery should be carried forward and returned by the airspace Users in year n+1, i.e. in 2014. Nevertheless, for the reasons of limitation of the growth of the en-route unit rate, it was decided to split the amount to be carried forward evenly to the period from n+1 to n+4(i.e. 2014-2017).

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Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Austria Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 101.5 11.4 5.3 13.9 1.1 5.7 16.4 0.0 11.6 166.9 109.8 12.3 5.7 14.8 1.1 6.1 15.8 0.4 9.7 175.7 5.3% 8.2% 7.4% 116.7 13.1 6.1 15.8 1.2 6.5 15.7 0.5 11.5 186.9 6.3% 6.2% 6.2% 122.6 13.7 6.3 16.5 1.2 6.7 15.7 0.6 11.7 195.0 4.3% 5.1% 4.7% 124.5 14.0 6.5 16.9 1.3 6.9 15.7 0.7 11.9 198.2 1.7% 1.5% 2.2% 101.1 11.2 4.9 12.6 0.9 6.2 15.0 0.0 11.5 163.6 109.2 10.9 5.0 14.1 1.0 6.1 16.2 0.4 9.7 172.6 5.5% 8.0% 4.0% 115.4 31.3 16.5 3.7 0.0 166.9 122.3 32.5 17.2 3.7 0.0 175.7 5.3% 6.0% 3.7% 129.1 36.1 17.8 3.9 0.0 186.9 6.3% 5.5% 11.0% 132.6 35.6 22.0 4.9 0.0 195.0 4.3% 2.7% 1.5% 135.0 35.7 22.4 5.2 0.0 198.2 1.7% 1.8% 0.3% 115.5 30.5 15.7 2.0 0.0 163.6 122.8 31.2 16.2 2.4 0.0 172.6 5.5% 6.3% 2.4%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 92.3 92.5 86.7 108.9 115.6 78.9 92.5 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.4Totalassetbase 92.3 92.5 86.7 108.9 115.6 78.9 92.5 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 4.0% 4.0% 4.5% 4.5% 4.5% 2.48% 2.64% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts 4.5% 4.5% 5.0% 5.0% 5.0% 4.50% 4.50% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.9% 2.0% 2.5% 2.5% 4.2Priceindex(2) 101.9 103.9 106.5 109.2 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 163.8 169.1 175.4 178.5 Total%n/n1 3.3% 3.7% 1.8% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 166.9 175.7 186.9 195.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 1.9 1.8 1.8 1.8 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 165.0 173.9 185.1 193.2

2.5% 111.9 177.1 0.8%

1.9% 101.9 160.5

3.6% 105.6

198.2 1.8 196.4

163.6 1.8 161.8

172.598 1.8 170.805

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName Austria AustroControl Forecastcosts* Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

102.8 17.5 15.2 3.4 0.0 138.8

110.2 20.4 15.9 3.4 0.0 149.9 8.0% 7.2% 16.8%

116.9 22.3 16.5 3.6 0.0 159.2 6.2% 6.1% 9.0%

120.3 21.4 20.6 4.5 0.0 167.0 4.9% 3.0% 3.8%

122.7 21.3 21.0 4.8 0.0 169.8 1.7% 1.9% 0.6%

104.0 16.8 14.5 1.8 0.0 137.0

109.9 19.3 14.9 2.2 0.0 146.3 6.7% 5.7% 15.0%

101.5 11.4 5.3 13.9 1.1 5.7 0.0 0.0 0.00 138.8

109.8 12.3 5.7 14.8 1.1 6.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 149.9 8.0% 8.2% 7.4%

116.7 13.1 6.1 15.8 1.2 6.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 159.2 6.2% 6.2% 6.2%

122.6 13.7 6.3 16.5 1.2 6.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 167.0 4.9% 5.1% 4.7%

124.5 14.0 6.5 16.9 1.3 6.9 0.0 0.0 0.0 169.8 1.7% 1.5% 2.2%

101.1 11.2 4.9 12.6 0.9 6.2 0.0 0.0 0.0 137.0

109.2 10.9 5.0 14.1 1.0 6.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 146.3 6.7% 8.0% 4.0%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 84.1 84.1 79.1 101.0 107.6 70.8 83.5 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.4Totalassetbase 84.1 84.1 79.1 101.0 107.6 70.8 83.5 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 4.0% 4.0% 4.5% 4.5% 4.5% 2.48% 2.64% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts 4.5% 4.5% 5.0% 5.0% 5.0% 4.50% 4.50% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.9% 2.0% 2.5% 4.2Priceindex(2) 101.9 103.9 106.5 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 136.3 144.2 149.4 Total%n/n1 5.8% 3.6%

2.5% 109.2 152.9 2.3%

2.5% 111.9 151.7 0.8%

1.9% 101.9 134.5

3.6% 105.6 138.6 3.0%

5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 138.8 149.9 159.2 167.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 1.9 1.8 1.8 1.8 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 136.9 148.1 157.4 165.2

169.8 1.8 168.0

137.0 1.8 135.2

146.3 1.8 144.5

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METServiceprovidername Austria AustroControl Forecastcosts* Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

12.6 2.3 1.3 0.3 0.0 16.4

11.8 2.3 1.3 0.3 0.0 15.8 4.0% 6.3% 4.0%

11.8 2.3 1.3 0.3 0.0 15.7 0.3% 0.1% 2.9%

11.7 2.3 1.3 0.4 0.0 15.7 0.2% 0.8% 1.7%

11.7 2.3 1.3 0.4 0.0 15.7 0.3% 0.2% 0.1%

11.5 2.2 1.2 0.2 0.0 15.0

12.6 2.2 1.3 0.2 0.0 16.2 8.1% 9.4% 2.0%

16.4

15.8

15.7

15.7

15.7

15.0

16.2

16.4

15.8 4.0%

15.7 0.3%

15.7 0.2%

15.7 0.3%

15.0

16.2 8.1%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 8.1 8.4 7.6 7.9 8.0 8.1 9.0 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.4Totalassetbase 8.1 8.4 7.6 7.9 8.0 8.1 9.0 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 4.0% 4.0% 4.5% 4.5% 4.5% 2.48% 2.64% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts 4.5% 4.5% 5.0% 5.0% 5.0% 4.50% 4.50% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.9% 2.0% 2.5% 2.5% 4.2Priceindex(2) 101.9 103.9 106.5 109.2 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 16.1 15.2 14.7 14.4 Total%n/n1 5.9% 2.8% 2.6% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 16.4 15.8 15.7 15.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 16.4 15.8 15.7 15.7

2.5% 111.9 14.0 2.2%

1.9% 101.9 14.7

3.6% 105.6 15.4 4.4%

15.7 0.0 15.7

15.0 0.0 15.0

16.2 0.0 16.2

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename StateNSA Austria Periodofreference:20122014

Forecastcosts* Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts(inc.ECTL) 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

11.6

0.4 9.7

0.4 11.6

0.5 11.8

0.6 12.0

0.0 11.5

0.4 9.7

11.6

10.1

12.0 18.8% 21.4% 18.7%

12.3 3.0% 24.7% 2.2%

12.7 2.7% 18.9% 2.0%

11.5

10.1 12.7% 15.9%

11.6 11.6

0.4 9.7 10.1

0.5 11.5 12.0 18.8%

0.6 11.7 12.3 3.0%

0.7 11.9 12.7 2.7%

11.5 11.5

0.4 9.7 10.1 12.7%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.9% 2.0% 2.5% 2.5% 4.2Priceindex(2) 101.9 103.9 106.5 109.2 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 11.4 9.7 11.2 11.3 Total%n/n1 15.9% 0.4% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 11.6 10.1 12.0 12.3 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 11.6 10.1 12.0 12.3

2.5% 111.9 11.3 0.2%

1.9% 101.9 11.3

3.6% 105.6 9.5 15.7%

12.7 0.0 12.7

11.5 0.0 11.5

10.1 0.0 10.1

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Austria Consolidationallentities Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 168 68.91 57.43 6.73 4.75 68.91 0.0 179 69.00 59.06 6.06 3.88 69.00 0.0 190 69.86 59.68 5.77 4.41 69.86 0.0 197 70.06 60.10 5.57 4.38 70.06 0.0 202 68.62 58.99 5.34 4.30 68.62 28.0 25.8 27.7 28.0 28.4 136.9 148.1 157.4 165.2 168.0 2.4 2.4 2.6 2.5 2.7 2.8 2.9 165.0 1.9% 1.9% 173.9 3.6% 2.0% 185.1 2.5% 193.2 2.5% 196.4 2.5%

3.2 140.2

5.5 153.6

5.0 162.3

4.0 169.1

5.8 173.8

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

0.0 28.0

0.0 25.8

0.0 27.7

0.0 28.0

0.0 28.4

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Austria ANSPname:AustroControl Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 136.9 148.1 157.4 165.2 168.0 2.4 2.4 2.6 2.5 2.7 2.8 2.9 136.9 1.9% 1.9% 148.1 3.6% 2.0% 157.4 2.5% 165.2 2.5% 168.0 2.5%

3.2 140.2

5.5 153.6

5.0 162.3

4.0 169.1

5.8 173.8

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

140.2 57.43

154 59.06

162 59.68

169 60.10

174 58.99

57.43

59.06

59.68

60.10

58.99

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Austria METServiceprovidername:AustroControl Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 16.4 6.73 0.0 15.8 6.06 0.0 15.7 5.77 0.0 15.7 5.57 0.0 15.7 5.34 16.4 15.8 15.7 15.7 15.7 2.4 2.4 2.6 2.5 2.7 2.8 2.9 16.4 1.9% 1.9% 15.8 3.6% 2.0% 15.7 2.5% 15.7 2.5% 15.7 2.5%

0.0 16.4

0.0 15.8

0.0 15.7

0.0 15.7

0.0 15.7

6.73

6.06

5.77

5.57

5.34

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Austria StateNSA Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 11.6 4.75 0.0 10.1 3.88 0.0 12.0 4.41 0.0 12.3 4.38 0.0 12.7 4.30 11.6 10.1 12.0 12.3 12.7 2.4 2.4 2.6 2.5 2.7 2.8 2.9 11.6 1.9% 1.9% 10.1 3.6% 2.0% 12.0 2.5% 12.3 2.5% 12.7 2.5%

0.0 11.6

0.0 10.1

0.0 12.0

0.0 12.3

0.0 12.7

4.75

3.88

4.41

4.38

4.30

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Austria Year: 2013

1.Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones;

Austro Control has adopted its cost accounting system in 2006 according to the reporting requirements of the charging regulation. Types of costs (staff, depreciation, interest and operating) are allocated to cost centres. These cost centres are distributed activity based to the cost units by service. The allocation is done directly or by justified shares in line with the EUROCONTROL-Principles to the different air navigation services.

2.Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year (n-1);

Austro Control is on track on keeping the costs within the budget for 2012 taking into account the Service Unit deviation. RP1 planned figures will not be changed. In order to comply with the material of the Workshop on Reporting Tables of April 2012. Austria has changed the actual inflation from the national inflation rate reported by Statistik Austria to the harmonized inflation rates used by Eurostat. This change only affects the actual figures determined costs are not affected.

3.Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan;

The new plan is based on the expected conditions of the new performance scheme. The main focus is on the transition to the new air traffic control system which is foreseen for first quarter of 2013. Staff costs are affected by enforced recruiting and training efforts to reduce the bottleneck in ATCO staffing. In order to handle this bottleneck, costs for temporary ATCOs from MUAC (included in operating costs 2011-2013) and their rating costs are included as well as additional training costs and additional overtime costs for Austro Controls ATCO staff. The temporary ATCOs will also relieve the trainers and permanent ATCO staff during training phases making the transition a smoother one. These temporary ATCOs will only be staffed for Austrias en route sectors. The planned replacement of the ATM-system also has a major impact on the investment costs in the next five years. Implementing the performance scheme the under-recovery up to 2015 has been distributed together with the over-recovery of 2010 within the years 2012 -2014.

4.Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States ( Other State costs);

Other State costs are included. A stepped build up of the NSA costs is expected and included in the planning

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Austria Year: 2013

5. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

Depreciation costs are based on historic costs.

6.Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base;

Beginning with 2012 Austria is using the following method in accordance with the performance scheme: The WACC approach is chosen for the calculation of return on equity. A Risk Free Rate of 4.6% is selected as an average of the development of 10year government yield of the last 10 years. Due to its special situation of a company with strong governmental influence and tasks Austro Control is able to use the average Risk Free Rate of 4.6% also as the average interest rate. In combination with a marginal tax rate of 75% total rate for liabilities is 3.5%. For the calculation of its equity Rate Austro Control uses a Risk Premium of 4% in Combination with a Beta of 1.0. This leads together with the risk free rate of 4.6 to an Equity rate of 8.6%. Due to the distribution of total capital with average 20% equity and 80% liabilities weighted costs of equity of 1.7% and weighted costs of liabilities with a value of 2.8% add up to an average WACC of 4.5%.

7.Breakdown of the MET costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observation, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration;

Austria has designated Austro Control as designated MET service provider on an exclusively basis by applying Article 8 and 9 of EC Regulation 550/2004.

8.Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones;

Not essential because Austro Control operates its own meteorological services for civil aviation.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Austria Year: 2013

1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

Austria has established one charging zone.

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

The value of 2,8 Mio Service Units is based on the submitted performance plans for RP1 which is an increase of 3,5% in comparison with the budgeted service units of 2012.

3. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over/under recovery of previous years;

The balance resulting from over or under recovery is reallocated to the year n+2 up to n+6 to smooth effects of variations. Implementing the performance scheme the under-recovery up to 2015 has been distributed together with the over-recovery of 2010 within the years 2012-2014. Following this methodology the balance of 2011 (under-recovery of 2,351 Mio EUR) is distributed to the year 2014. The adjustment between total and chargeable service units for 2011 (449.500 EUR) is included in the under-recovery.

4. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs;

In addition to mandatory exemptions the following voluntary exemptions of Art 9 Z 2 EC Regulation 1794/2006 are granted: a) Military flights of Eurocontrol Member States on reciprocity c) Checking of navaids e) VFR flights The costs incurred for exempted flights are in line with Art 9 Z 4. Costs of exempted flights are charged to the Austrian State.

5. Description of the income from other sources when they exist;

No income from other sources.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Austria Year: 2013

6. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

Currently no incentives are applied.

7. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

Austro Control has an established planning process for the mid-term forecast and the next budget year based on the estimated demand on traffic together with our airline partners. The business plans are developed in close co-operation with and approved by the NSA and have to be consistent with the long-term corporate concept and its performance objectives derived from the pan-European goals. As of December 2011 the plans for RP1 have been amended and are set for the period 2012-2014.

8. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

Currently no incentives are applied.

BELGIUM - LUXEMBOURG

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities BelgiumLuxembourg Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 116.1 10.2 4.2 3.6 0.0 3.6 8.5 1.4 13.5 161.0 111.8 12.0 4.1 3.6 0.0 3.5 8.9 1.2 12.1 157.1 2.4% 3.7% 9.5% 117.8 12.0 5.1 6.2 0.0 3.3 8.6 1.2 13.1 167.2 6.4% 5.4% 18.4% 120.9 11.5 4.6 6.3 0.0 2.7 8.7 1.3 13.2 169.1 1.2% 2.6% 3.7% 123.6 11.3 4.7 6.3 0.0 2.6 8.5 1.3 13.4 171.7 1.5% 2.2% 0.6% 110.1 10.7 4.4 4.5 0.0 3.0 7.8 1.1 13.3 154.9 106.8 10.4 4.5 4.9 0.0 2.9 7.6 1.3 12.0 150.6 2.7% 3.0% 1.8% 111.2 29.7 16.8 3.3 0.0 161.0 114.6 27.1 16.0 3.3 4.0 157.1 2.4% 3.1% 8.6% 114.2 29.7 16.9 7.1 0.7 167.2 6.4% 0.4% 9.5% 117.9 29.6 16.3 6.2 0.7 169.1 1.2% 3.2% 0.6% 120.0 30.3 16.0 5.5 0.0 171.7 1.5% 1.8% 2.4% 108.9 26.1 17.7 2.1 0.0 154.9 111.6 24.7 15.2 3.2 4.2 150.6 2.7% 2.5% 5.4%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 128.2 115.3 106.7 99.4 89.6 120.0 115.4 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 0.0 0.0 8.4 7.3 9.1 0.0 0.0 3.4Totalassetbase 128.2 115.3 115.1 106.6 98.7 120.0 115.4 Costofcapital% 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 2.6% 2.4% 5.7% 5.3% 5.0% 1.5% 2.5% 2.2% 2.1% 6.0% 5.3% 5.0% 1.6% 2.9% 3.6Returnonequity 3.2% 3.2% 3.0% 3.0% 3.0% 3.2% 3.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.2% 3.5% 2.0% 1.9% 4.2Priceindex(2) 102.2 105.78 107.89 109.94 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 157.5 148.5 155.0 153.8 Total%n/n1 5.7% 4.4% 0.7% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 161.0 157.1 167.2 169.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 161.0 157.1 167.2 169.1

2.0% 112.14 153.1 0.5%

2.2% 102.2 151.5

3.5% 105.78 142.4 6.0%

171.7 0.0 171.7

154.9 0.0 154.9

150.6 0.0 150.6

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName BelgiumLuxembourg Belgocontrol ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 74.3 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 11.1 1.3Depreciation 13.0 1.4Costofcapital 2.6 1.5Exceptionalitems 0.0 1.6Totalcosts 101.0 Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 71.0 2.2Communication 10.2 2.3Navigation 4.2 2.4Surveillance 3.6 2.5Searchandrescue 0.0 2.6AeronauticalInformation 3.6 8.5 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 0.0 2.9OtherStatecosts 0.0 2.10Totalcosts 101.0 Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

76.0 10.2 11.9 2.8 0.0 101.0 0.1% 2.3% 8.2%

76.5 11.0 12.9 6.6 0.0 106.9 5.9% 0.6% 7.5%

78.2 11.0 12.2 5.6 0.0 107.0 0.1% 2.2% 0.9%

78.3 11.4 11.9 4.9 0.0 106.5 0.5% 0.2% 3.4%

73.8 9.0 13.0 1.8 0.0 97.5

75.6 8.9 11.8 2.8 0.0 99.2 1.7% 2.5% 0.7%

70.3 10.6 4.1 3.6 0.0 3.5 8.9 0.0 0.0 101.0 0.1% 1.1% 1.8%

71.8 12.0 5.1 6.2 0.0 3.3 8.6 0.0 0.0 106.9 5.9% 2.2% 27.3%

73.1 11.5 4.6 6.3 0.0 2.7 8.7 0.0 0.0 107.0 0.1% 1.8% 3.7%

73.0 11.3 4.7 6.3 0.0 2.6 8.5 0.0 0.0 106.5 0.5% 0.1% 0.6%

67.2 10.7 4.4 4.5 0.0 3.0 7.8 0.0 0.0 97.5

68.8 10.4 4.5 4.9 0.0 2.9 7.6 0.0 0.0 99.2 1.7% 2.4% 1.8%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 128.2 115.3 106.7 99.4 89.6 120.0 115.4 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 0.0 0.0 8.4 7.3 9.1 0.0 0.0 3.4Totalassetbase 128.2 115.3 115.1 106.6 98.7 120.0 115.4 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 2.0% 2.4% 5.7% 5.3% 5.0% 1.5% 2.5% 2.2% 2.1% 6.0% 5.3% 5.0% 1.6% 2.9% 3.6Returnonequity 3.2% 3.2% 3.0% 3.0% 3.0% 3.2% 3.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.2% 3.5% 2.0% 1.9% 4.2Priceindex(2) 102.2 105.78 107.89 109.94 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 98.9 95.5 99.1 97.3 Total%n/n1 3.4% 3.8% 1.8% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 101.0 101.0 106.9 107.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 101.0 101.0 106.9 107.0

2.0% 112.14 94.9 2.4%

2.2% 102.2 95.4

3.5% 105.78 93.8 1.7%

106.5 106.5

97.5 97.5

99.2 99.2

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename BelgiumLuxembourg StateNSA+EurocontrolAgencyBelgiumLuxembourg ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1

1.2 13.6

1.0 12.3

1.0 13.3

1.1 13.3

1.1 13.6

0.9 13.5

1.1 12.3

14.9

13.2 10.9% 20.5% 10.1%

14.3 8.2% 6.3% 8.3%

14.4 0.7% 2.9% 0.5%

14.7 2.2% 1.8% 2.2%

14.4

13.4 7.2% 18.7% 9.0%

2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 1.4 2.9OtherStatecosts(inc.ECTL) 13.5 2.10Totalcosts 14.9 Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

1.2 12.1 13.2 10.9%

1.2 13.1 14.3 8.2%

1.3 13.1 14.4 0.7%

1.3 13.4 14.7 2.2%

1.1 13.3 14.4

1.3 12.0 13.4 7.2%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.2% 3.5% 2.0% 1.9% 4.2Priceindex(2) 102.2 105.78 107.89 109.94 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 14.5 12.5 13.3 13.1 Total%n/n1 13.9% 6.0% 1.2% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 14.9 13.2 14.3 14.4 5.1Totalcosts 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 14.9 13.2 14.3 14.4

2.0% 112.14 13.1 0.2%

2.2% 102.2 14.1

3.5% 105.78 12.6 10.4%

14.7 0.0 14.7

14.4 0.0 14.4

13.4 0.0 13.4

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename MUAC Luxembourg MUAC ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

1.1 0.1 0.1 0.0 0.0 1.4

1.1 0.1 0.1 0.0 0.1 1.3 4.8% 5.6% 5.5%

1.1 0.2 0.1 0.0 0.0 1.4 7.2% 2.6% 17.1%

1.2 0.2 0.1 0.0 0.0 1.4 3.9% 5.4% 6.1%

1.2 0.2 0.1 0.0 0.0 1.5 5.9% 5.2% 0.7%

1.0 0.1 0.1 0.0 0.0 1.3

1.0 0.1 0.1 0.0 0.1 1.1 11.3% 2.1% 4.1%

1.4

1.2 0.0

1.4

1.4

1.5

1.3

1.1

1.4

1.3 4.8%

1.4 7.2%

1.4 3.9%

1.5 5.9%

1.3

1.1 11.3%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.2% 3.5% 2.0% 1.9% 4.2Priceindex(2) 102.2 105.78 107.89 109.94 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 1.3 1.2 1.3 1.3 Total%n/n1 8.1% 5.1% 1.9% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 1.4 1.3 1.4 1.4 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 1.4 1.3 1.4 1.4

2.0% 112.14 1.4 3.8%

2.2% 102.2 1.3

3.5% 105.78 1.1 14.3%

1.5 0.0 1.5

1.3 0.0 1.3

1.1 0.0 1.1

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename MUAC Belgium MUAC ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1

34.5 4.8 3.7 0.7 0.0 43.7

36.5 4.5 4.0 0.5 3.9 41.6 4.8% 5.6% 5.5%

35.6 5.3 3.9 0.5 0.7 44.6 7.2% 2.6% 17.1%

37.5 5.0 4.0 0.5 0.7 46.3 3.9% 5.4% 6.1%

39.4 5.0 4.0 0.6 0.0 49.0 5.9% 5.2% 0.7%

33.2 3.6 4.6 0.3 0.0 41.6

33.8 3.4 3.3 0.4 4.1 36.9 11.3% 2.1% 4.1%

2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 43.7 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts 43.7 Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

40.3 1.3

44.6

46.3

49.0

41.6

36.9

41.6 4.8%

44.6 7.2%

46.3 3.9%

49.0 5.9%

41.6

36.9 11.3%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.2% 3.5% 2.0% 1.9% 4.2Priceindex(2) 102.2 105.78 107.89 109.94 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 42.8 39.3 41.3 42.1 Total%n/n1 8.1% 5.1% 1.9% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 43.7 41.6 44.6 46.3 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 43.7 41.6 44.6 46.3

2.0% 112.14 43.7 3.8%

2.2% 102.2 40.7

3.5% 105.78 34.9 14.3%

49.0 0.0 49.0

41.6 0.0 41.6

36.9 0.0 36.9

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:BelgiumLuxembourg Consolidationallentities Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.6MUAC(Belgium)componentoftheunitrate 5.7MUAC(Luxembourg)componentoftheunitrate 5.8Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 169.0 76.46 49.22 0.00 6.88 19.80 0.56 76.46 0.0 165.9 76.44 49.35 0.00 6.84 19.65 0.60 76.44 0.0 168.5 73.77 47.38 0.00 6.35 19.51 0.53 73.77 0.0 159.4 67.84 43.90 0.00 6.07 17.36 0.52 67.84 0.0 171.7 70.89 43.94 0.00 6.08 20.24 0.63 70.89 68.4 65.1 68.9 70.9 73.8 92.6 92.0 98.3 98.2 97.9 2.211 2.115 95.7% 2.170 2.212 101.9% 2.284 2.350 2.423 161.0 2.2% 1.4% 157.1 3.5% 1.6% 167.2 2.0% 169.1 1.9% 171.7 2.0%

7.8 100.3

6.1 98.2

1.3 99.6

3.8 94.4

0.0 97.9

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

0.3 68.7

2.7 67.7

0.0 68.9

5.9 65.0

0.0 73.8

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:BelgiumLuxemboug ANSPname:Belgocontrol Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 8.5 8.9 8.6 8.7 8.5 92.6 92.0 98.3 98.2 97.9 2.211 2.115 95.7% 2.170 2.212 101.9% 2.284 2.350 2.423 101.0 2.2% 1.4% 101.0 3.5% 1.6% 106.9 2.0% 107.0 1.9% 106.5 2.0%

7.8 100.3

6.1 98.2

1.3 99.6

3.8 94.4

0.0 97.9

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

8.5

8.9

8.6

8.7

8.5

108.8 49.22

107.1 49.35

108.2 47.38

103.2 43.90

106.5 43.94

49.22

49.35

47.38

43.90

43.94

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:BelgiumLuxembourg StateNSA+EurocontrolAgencyBelgiumLuxembourg Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 15.2 6.88 0.0 14.9 6.84 0.0 14.5 6.35 0.0 14.3 6.07 0.0 14.7 6.08 14.9 13.2 14.3 14.4 14.7 2.211 2.115 95.7% 2.170 2.212 101.9% 2.284 2.350 2.423 14.9 13.2 14.3 14.4 14.7

0.4 15.2

1.6 14.9

0.2 14.5

0.1 14.3

0.0 14.7

6.88

6.84

6.35

6.07

6.08

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Belgium MUAC: Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 43.7 41.6 44.6 46.3 49.0 2.211 2.115 95.7% 2.170 2.212 101.9% 2.284 2.350 2.423 43.7 41.6 44.6 46.3 49.0

0.0 43.8

1.0 42.6

0.0 44.6

5.5 40.8

49.0

43.8 19.80

42.6 19.65

44.6 19.51

40.8 17.36

49.0 20.24

19.80

19.65

19.51

17.36

20.24

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Luxembourg MUAC Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 1.2 0.56 0.0 1.3 0.60 0.0 1.2 0.53 0.0 1.2 0.52 0.0 1.5 0.63 1.4 1.3 1.4 1.4 1.5 2.211 2.115 95.7% 2.170 2.212 101.9% 2.284 2.350 2.423 1.4 1.3 1.4 1.4 1.5

0.1 1.2

0.0 1.3

0.2 1.2

0.2 1.2

1.5

0.56

0.60

0.53

0.52

0.63

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Belgium-Luxembourg Year: 2013


1. Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones;

Principles and rules General principles of cost allocation The cost/activity centres were created in order to dispose of financial information on 4 levels: Cost information by organisational unit: cost per Director, per Head of department and per Head of unit (managers) within the department. Expenses and revenues by type of service: COM, SUR, NAV, ATM, AIS, METEO, Training, and ADM. Expenses and revenues by cost object =final product : ACC, APP, Terminal, Trunking Expenses by airport (EBBR and regional airports). The cost centres are structured in 6 groups: CEO & staff, Operations (ATS, Meteo & AIS), Equipment, Projects, Finance & administration, Buildings. All resources (staff, assets, services by suppliers ) are as much as possible registered directly on the appropriate cost/activity centre. The cost centres regarding general services which are mainly the cost centre groups Finance & Administration and Buildings are allocated to the more operational cost centre groups Engineering and Operations. Allocations keys are defined based upon the principle that every user (internal customer) is paying the services he asked for. For instance: purchase department: expenses of treatment of the purchase files per number of purchase file, translation department: time spent on translations, telephone expenses: per person, expenses of cars: per user of the car, cost of the building per m used The operational cost centres Engineering and Operations are then allocated to our final products Tower, APP and ACC. The allocation is again done as directly as possible. Systems and equipments are allocated to their users in Tower, APP and ACC. The time spent by engineers and technical staff for the development and maintenance of systems are recorded on time sheets which are used for the cost allocation. Payroll expenses of the air traffic controllers are recorded on the unit they belong to. Expenses of the ATS-training centre are allocated to the users of the centre. All expenses of APP are allocated to ACC and Tower in function of the air space (expressed in m (cubic m)) controlled within (TNC) or outside (En route) the 20 km zone around the airport (CTR). General expenses or overhead (CEO & staff, insurance aviation liability, restaurant, HR department) are allocated to the final product based upon the amount of direct expenses. Direct costs allocated En route: Staff cost of controllers Staff cost of engineers who works on development and maintenance of systems used for En route. Telephone cost of personnel working for En route Assets and depreciations of equipment and systems used in the tower. Depreciations of the building + general building expenses (electricity, maintenance, cleaning ) for the part that is used for the En route activity. Communication of data and maintenance costs of systems used for En route. Expenses shared between terminal and en-route: General expenses like CEO& staff, insurances, HR department, restaurant ect. Allocation keys vary with the nature of the cost: number of positions, number of controllers, number of m, number of frequencies, time spent, number of purchase files, number of translations,

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Belgium-Luxembourg Year: 2013


2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs);

"Table 1 State-NSA" includes the costs of the Belgian Supervisory Authority (BSA) and the Eurocontrol costs for Belgium and Luxembourg. The costs of the BSA are reported under item "2.8. Supervision costs"; the Eurocontrol costs are reported under item "2.9. Other State costs".

3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

Depreciation costs are based on historic cost data.

4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity;

The cost of capital is the weighted average of the return on equity and interest on outstanding loans. The return on equity is based on the Belgian State bonds on 10 years + an additional risk premium as a consequence of change of charging regime from 2012 onwards. However, this calculated WACC is reduced by 4000k spread over the three year in order to reach the EU-wide target of -3,5% per year.

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services;

Cf. item 1

6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration;

As Belgocontrol operates its own meteorological services internally we only provide MET services for aviation purposes. We dont serve meteorological requirements in general.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Belgium-Luxembourg Year: 2013

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones;

Our MET costs are exclusively MET core costs to civil aviation and to one charging zone only.

8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n - 1;

Actual 2011 vs planned 2011 The actual total service units were 0,7% higher than those foreseen in the plan (2.184.706 actual versus 2.170.349 planned). Thanks to better cost management and further cost savings, the total costs (Belgocontrol and MUAC) were 4,1% lower than the forecasted costs used to establish the 2011 UR (76,44). The above mentioned reductions in the cost base and the positive effect of the evolution of the number of service units have led to an over recovery of 9.7 million EUR for 2011. This amount will be reimbursed to the users in 2013. As a result, the costs were reduced with another 6%.

9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan;

Regarding 2012-2014, the figures of the 2012-2014 Performance Plan (June 2011) were maintained. The cost level is kept at the same level and no correction was made for the downturn in traffic. The costs and service units determined in the Belgian-Luxembourg Performance Plan lead to a yearly decrease of the determined unit rate of -3,5%. The following basic assumptions were used: staff costs : number of employees is based on manpower planning programme; the remuneration increase contains the cost of living adaptation and statutory increases. the implementation of the investment program determines the depreciation budget operating costs based on maintenance contracts, actual expenses for utilities and all relevant information.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Belgium-Luxembourg Year: 2013

1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

Belgium and Luxembourg agreed to create one FIR (= charging zone) composed of Belgian airspace (from the ground up to upper airspace) and Luxembourg airspace (above FL 135).

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

We have maintained the numbers of service units that were determined in the 2012-2014 Performance Plan (June 2011) and that were based on the baseline scenario of the Statfor Short and Medium-Term Forecast of Service units of May 2011. In the reporting tables, no update was made to the forecast of September 2012. Despite the drop in traffic, the tariff is kept at the same level. Forecasted number service units Be-Lux May 2011 forecast Performance Plan September 2012 forecast Difference of 2012 2.283.649 +3,8% 2.243.527 +1,4% -40.122 2013 2.349.875 +2,9% 2.293.254 +2,2% -56.621 2014 2.422.721 +3,1% 2.370.000 +3,3% -52.721

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs;

Exemptions are in full compliance with the EU charging regulation. Mandatory and voluntary exemptions are listed in the management contract between Belgocontrol and the Belgian government. The negotiations on the financing means to cover the costs of exempted flights between the Belgian State and the ANSP are not yet started; we expect that they will take place in 2013.

4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist; N/A

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Belgium-Luxembourg Year: 2013

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

There are no incentives applied on Belgocontrol; The management contract between Belgocontrol and the Belgian government stipulates that the increase in national costs must be in line with this evolution in a series of reference countries (Netherlands, Germany, France, UK and Switzerland) taking into account the evolution of the service units; If this is not the case, corrective measures need to be developed by the Board of administrators and the Minister in charge of Transport.

6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

As the staff cost represents 75% of our total costs, significant efforts are foreseen in that area in order to contribute to the EU wide cost efficiency target. New rationalisation plans of our main departments (ATS, Engineering, Finance & administration) are being elaborated.

Staff development
Actual Staff number at year end 2007 1003 2008 984 2009 951 -84 (-8%) RP 1 Plan Staff number at year end 2011 919 2012 901 -73 (-8%) 2013 893 2014 846 2010 930 2011 919

In the period 2008-2011, Belgocontrol decreased its total staff by 84 or -8%. A supplementary reduction of 73 persons or -8% is foreseen in the period 2012-2014. Looking at the whole period, a reduction by 157 staff members or 16% will be realized. The capital gain that was realized on the sale of our former headquarters building at the end of 2007 is deducted from the cost base, spread over a period of 7 years (2008-2014). The total cost base reduction amounts to 18,1 million . To manage our general costs, the CAPEX & OPEX budgets are critically reviewed and the follow up of the budgets is enhanced. The calculated WACC is reduced by 4000k or -23% over the period 2012-2014. States and supervision costs are limited to NSA & Eurocontrol Agency costs, what resulted in the reduction of the cost base by 2200k.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Belgium-Luxembourg Year: 2013

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

There are no incentives applied on users.

8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years;

There is no change in the application of the adjustment mechanism resulting from the "full cost recovery system". "n + 2" methodology is used.

BELGRADE

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Belgrade 2013data

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2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms)IncludingcostsforenrouteservicesinBosniaandHerzegovina 3439 3890 4322 4670 5009 5100 5185 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1600 1838 1944 1717 2014 1996 2030 1.3Depreciation 614 851 1061 1048 1179 1124 1141 1.4Costofcapital 923 1282 1427 1131 1206 1176 1162 1.5Exceptionalitems 11 14 15 14 16 16 16 1.6Totalcosts 6589 7874 8770 8580 9424 9413 9534 Total%n/n1 14.5% 19.5% 11.4% 2.2% 9.8% 0.1% 1.3% Staff%n/n1 13.3% 13.1% 11.1% 8.0% 7.2% 1.8% 1.7% Otherop.%n/n1 18.9% 14.8% 5.8% 11.7% 17.3% 0.9% 1.7% 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms)IncludingcostsforenrouteservicesinBosniaandHerzegovina 2.1AirTrafficManagement 3329 3933 4576 4373 4766 4695 4760 633 694 763 783 790 806 808 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 466 605 515 602 537 578 589 2.4Surveillance 629 758 1009 798 1047 1031 1029 2.5Searchandrescue 122 105 119 183 231 205 211 2.6AeronauticalInformation 319 401 388 423 404 401 408 2.7Meteorologicalservices 381 464 496 477 503 510 502 2.8Supervisioncosts 366 478 517 505 611 649 676 2.9OtherStatecosts 342 436 386 436 533 539 551 2.10Totalcosts 6589 7874 8770 8580 9424 9413 9534 Total%n/n1 14.5% 19.5% 11.4% 2.2% 9.8% 0.1% 1.3% ATM%n/n1 18.4% 18.1% 16.4% 4.4% 9.0% 1.5% 1.4% CNS%n/n1 5.9% 19.0% 11.2% 4.6% 8.8% 1.7% 0.5% 3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 7175 11303 13710 15782 15178 16784 17145 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.3Netcurrentassets 3331 3132 3368 2434 2547 2381 2425 3.4Totalassetbase 10506 14435 17078 18216 17725 19166 19570 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 8.8% 8.9% 8.4% 6.2% 6.8% 6.1% 5.9% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 10.4% 10.3% 11.2% 7.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 90.7 100.0 111.2 119.0 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 7267 7874 7887 7211 Total%n/n1 14.4% 8.4% 0.2% 8.6% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 6589 7874 8770 8580 0 0 0 0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 6589 7874 8770 8580

5256 2074 1162 1129 16 9637 1.1% 1.4% 2.2%

5325 2095 1159 1138 16 9733 1.0% 1.3% 1.0%

4781 821 591 1016 216 425 505 719 563 9637 1.1% 0.4% 0.1%

4824 822 592 1019 221 432 504 765 554 9733 1.0% 0.9% 0.2%

17275 0 2487 19762 5.7%

17271 0 2520 19790 5.7%

8.0% 128.5 7333 1.7%

5.5% 135.6 6943 5.3%

5.5% 143.0 6666 4.0%

5.5% 150.9 6387 4.2%

5.5% 159.2 6114 4.3%

9424 0 9424

9413 0 9413

9534 0 9534

9637 0 9637

9733 0 9733

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000RSDServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts (5)DataprovidedinthistableincludescostsforenrouteservicesinBosniaandHerzegovina

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName Belgrade


SMATSA

2013data

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms)IncludingcostsforenrouteservicesinBosniaandHerzegovina 3116 3461 3847 4215 4465 4529 4593 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1106 1271 1428 1081 1228 1225 1239 1.3Depreciation 607 840 1049 1028 1154 1096 1111 1.4Costofcapital 910 1261 1400 1109 1175 1144 1127 1.5Exceptionalitems 11 14 15 14 16 16 16 1.6Totalcosts 5752 6847 7740 7447 8038 8010 8086 Total%n/n1 13.4% 19.1% 13.0% 3.8% 7.9% 0.3% 1.0% Staff%n/n1 11.9% 11.1% 11.2% 9.6% 5.9% 1.4% 1.4% Otherop.%n/n1 11.1% 14.9% 12.3% 24.3% 13.6% 0.2% 1.1% 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms)IncludingcostsforenrouteservicesinBosniaandHerzegovina 2.1AirTrafficManagement 3329 3933 4576 4373 4766 4695 4760 633 694 763 783 790 806 808 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 466 605 515 602 537 578 589 2.4Surveillance 629 758 1009 798 1047 1031 1029 2.5Searchandrescue 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.6AeronauticalInformation 316 398 384 418 399 395 402 2.7Meteorologicalservices 378 460 492 473 499 505 498 2.8Supervisioncosts 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.9OtherStatecosts 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.10Totalcosts 5752 6847 7740 7447 8038 8010 8086 Total%n/n1 13.4% 19.1% 13.0% 3.8% 7.9% 0.3% 1.0% ATM%n/n1 18.4% 18.1% 16.4% 4.4% 9.0% 1.5% 1.4% CNS%n/n1 5.9% 19.0% 11.2% 4.6% 8.8% 1.7% 0.5% 3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 7121 11232 13627 15644 15021 16606 16946 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.3Netcurrentassets 3015 2786 3030 2052 2119 1930 1959 3.4Totalassetbase 10137 14018 16657 17696 17140 18536 18905 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 9.0% 9.0% 8.4% 6.3% 6.9% 6.2% 6.0% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 10.4% 10.3% 11.2% 7.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 90.7 100.0 111.2 119.0 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 6344 6847 6960 6258 Total%n/n1 13.3% 7.9% 1.6% 10.1% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 5752 6847 7740 7447 0 0 0 0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 5752 6847 7740 7447

4630 1260 1130 1092 16 8129 0.5% 0.8% 1.7%

4664 1279 1125 1097 16 8183 0.7% 0.7% 1.5%

4781 821 591 1016 0 419 501 0 0 8129 0.5% 0.4% 0.1%

4824 822 592 1019 0 426 499 0 0 8183 0.7% 0.9% 0.2%

17046 0 1996 19042 5.7%

17011 0 2002 19013 5.8%

8.0% 128.5 6255 0.1%

5.5% 135.6 5908 5.5%

5.5% 143.0 5654 4.3%

5.5% 150.9 5387 4.7%

5.5% 159.2 5140 4.6%

8038 0 8038

8010 0 8010

8086 0 8086

8129 0 8129

8183 0 8183

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000RSDServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts (5)IncludingcostsforenrouteservicesinBosniaandHerzegovina

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METprovidername Belgrade


MET - SMATSA

2013data

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 205 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 73 1.3Depreciation 40 1.4Costofcapital 60 1.5Exceptionalitems 0 1.6Totalcosts 378 Total%n/n1 4.3% Staff%n/n1 4.4% Otherop.%n/n1 3.3% 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 378 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts 378 Total%n/n1 4.3% ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

233 86 57 85 0 460 21.9% 13.7% 17.6%

271 92 41 88 492 7.0% 16.4% 7.3%

268 67 65 73 0 473 3.9% 1.1% 27.4%

276 91 43 89 0 499 5.5% 2.7% 36.4%

281 93 45 87 0 505 1.3% 1.8% 2.3%

279 91 46 83 0 498 1.6% 0.7% 2.5%

282 89 48 81 0 501 0.6% 1.1% 1.5%

283 88 47 80 0 499 0.3% 0.6% 1.1%

460

492

473

499

505

498

501

499

460 21.9%

492 7.0%

473 3.9%

499 5.5%

505 1.3%

498 1.6%

501 0.6%

499 0.3%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 10.4% 10.3% 11.0% 7.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 90.7 100.0 111.0 118.8 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 417 460 444 398 Total%n/n1 4.2% 10.5% 3.6% 10.2% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 378 460 492 473 0 0 0 0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 378 460 492 473

8.0% 128.3 389 2.3%

5.5% 135.3 374 4.0%

5.5% 142.8 349 6.7%

5.5% 150.6 332 4.6%

5.5% 158.9 314 5.5%

499 0 499

505 0 505

498 0 498

501 0 501

499 0 499

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000RSDServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename CAANSA Belgrade


CAA Serbia

2013data

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 287 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 389 1.3Depreciation 5 1.4Costofcapital 13 1.5Exceptionalitems 0 1.6Totalcosts 694 Total%n/n1 26.4% Staff%n/n1 21.7% Otherop.%n/n1 25.6% 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 104 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 275 2.9OtherStatecosts 315 2.10Totalcosts 694 Total%n/n1 26.4% ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

306 460 7 15 0 788 13.6% 6.4% 18.2%

307 425 9 19 0 760 3.6% 0.4% 7.6%

322 523 10 15 0 870 14.6% 4.9% 23.2%

338 648 13 21 0 1020 17.2% 5.0% 23.9%

361 629 15 22 0 1028 0.8% 6.8% 3.0%

378 644 16 25 0 1063 3.5% 4.7% 2.4%

407 662 18 26 0 1113 4.7% 7.6% 2.8%

438 661 20 29 0 1147 3.1% 7.6% 0.1%

64

72

125

163

137

142

146

151

329 395 788 13.6%

336 351 760 3.6%

353 393 870 14.6%

378 479 1020 17.2%

407 484 1028 0.8%

427 495 1063 3.5%

461 506 1113 4.7%

499 497 1147 3.1%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 44 61 74 106 116 134 151 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.3Netcurrentassets 128 139 132 153 177 184 199 3.4Totalassetbase 172 200 206 259 293 318 350 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 7.5% 7.7% 9.2% 5.9% 7.1% 7.0% 7.0% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 10.4% 10.3% 11.2% 7.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 90.7 100.0 111.2 119.0 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 765 788 683 731 Total%n/n1 26.3% 3.0% 13.3% 7.1% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 694 788 760 870 0 0 0 0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 694 788 760 870

176 0 210 387 6.8%

204 0 217 421 6.8%

8.0% 128.5 794 8.5%

5.5% 135.6 758 4.5%

5.5% 143.0 743 1.9%

5.5% 150.9 738 0.8%

5.5% 159.2 721 2.3%

1020 0 1020

1028 0 1028

1063 0 1063

1113 0 1113

1147 0 1147

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000RSDServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename CAANSA Belgrade


CAA Montenegro

2013data

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominaltermsineuro) 0.385 1.199 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.118 1.038 1.3Depreciation 0.023 0.042 1.4Costofcapital 0.000 0.048 1.5Exceptionalitems 0.000 0.000 1.6Totalcosts 1.526 2.327 Total%n/n1 4.2% 52.4% Staff%n/n1 108.1% 211.5% Otherop.%n/n1 127.3% 7.2% 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 0.200 2.6AeronauticalInformation 0.032 2.7Meteorologicalservices 0.032 2.8Supervisioncosts 0.972 2.9OtherStatecosts 0.290 2.10Totalcosts 1.526 Total%n/n1 4.2% ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

1.656 0.897 0.033 0.074 0.000 2.660 14.3% 38.1% 13.6%

1.322 1.111 0.099 0.066 0.000 2.598 2.3% 20.2% 23.9%

1.775 1.190 0.105 0.085 0.000 3.155 21.4% 34.3% 7.1%

1.811 1.224 0.112 0.088 0.000 3.235 2.5% 2.0% 2.9%

1.847 1.264 0.115 0.092 0.000 3.318 2.6% 2.0% 3.3%

1.884 1.306 0.118 0.095 0.000 3.404 2.6% 2.0% 3.3%

1.921 1.331 0.118 0.099 0.000 3.469 1.9% 2.0% 1.9%

0.402 0.036 0.035 1.454 0.400 2.327 52.4%

0.462 0.038 0.037 1.773 0.350 2.660 14.3%

0.580 0.045 0.038 1.509 0.426 2.598 2.3%

0.585 0.047 0.039 2.013 0.471 3.155 21.4%

0.590 0.047 0.040 2.082 0.476 3.235 2.5%

0.595 0.047 0.041 2.149 0.486 3.318 2.6%

0.600 0.047 0.041 2.219 0.497 3.404 2.6%

0.600 0.047 0.041 2.292 0.489 3.469 1.9%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 0.105 0.093 0.089 0.316 0.357 0.382 0.409 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.3Netcurrentassets 2.002 2.016 1.961 2.258 2.160 2.300 2.300 3.4Totalassetbase 2.106 2.109 2.050 2.573 2.517 2.682 2.709 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 0.0% 2.3% 3.6% 2.6% 3.4% 3.3% 3.4% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4.0% 4.0% 3.1% 4.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 96.2 100.0 103.1 107.2 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 1.6 2.3 2.6 2.4 Total%n/n1 4.2% 46.6% 10.9% 6.1% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 1.526 2.327 2.660 2.598 0 0 0 0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 1.526 2.327 2.660 2.598

0.449 0 2.417 2.867 3.3%

0.480 0 2.586 3.066 3.2%

4.5% 112.0 2.8 16.2%

4.5% 117.1 2.8 1.9%

4.5% 122.4 2.7 1.9%

4.5% 127.9 2.7 1.8%

4.5% 133.6 2.6 2.5%

3.155 0 3.155

3.235 0 3.235

3.318 0 3.318

3.404 0 3.404

3.469 0 3.469

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EURServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts (5)TheCAAMontenegroactualcostsarecalculatedusingactualexchangerateRSD/EUR

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Unitratecalculation Belgrade 2013data

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Calculationofthenationalunitrate(Finaldatauntil2012Preliminarydatafrom2013inRSD) 1.1Totalcostspriortoded.ofVFRcosts(1) 5586 6424 7355 7881 8680 9413 9534 9637 9733 1.2CostsofexemptedVFRflights(1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.3CostsofexemptedIFRflights 5 7 7 8 9 9 10 10 10 1.4Amountscarriedovertoyearn 60 81 442 724 704 0 0 0 0 1.5Incomefromothersources 0 0 0 59 96 94 90 90 91 1.6Chargeablecoststotal 5642 6337 7790 8538 9279 9309 9435 9538 9632 %n/n1 12.3% 12.3% 22.9% 9.6% 8.7% 0.3% 1.4% 1.1% 1.0% 1.7Totalserviceunits 1.88 1.74 1.85 1.90 1.80 1.86 1.93 2.01 2.10 1.8Chargeableserviceunits 1.88 1.73 1.85 1.90 1.80 1.86 1.93 2.01 2.10 1.9Unitratenat.currency1.6/1.8 2996.83 3652.99 4221.93 4504.24 5160.29 5002.10 4888.85 4756.55 4587.74 %n/n1 2.6% 21.9% 15.6% 6.7% 14.6% 3.1% 2.3% 2.7% 3.5% 1.10Exchangerate(Septembern1) 76.42 93.18 105.37 101.14 116.08 116.08 116.08 116.08 116.08 1.11Basicnationalrateineuro 39.24 39.21 40.07 44.54 44.45 43.09 42.12 40.98 39.52 %n/n1 1.1% 0.0% 2.2% 11.2% 0.2% 3.1% 2.3% 2.7% 3.5% 2.Actual/forecastserviceunits(in'000000serviceunits) 2.1Totalserviceunits 1.78 %n/n1 2.0% 2.2Chargeableserviceunits 1.78 %n/n1 2.0%

1.82 2.0% 1.82 2.1%

1.83 0.6% 1.83 0.6%

1.90 3.7% 1.90 3.6%

1.80 5.1% 1.80 5.1%

1.86 3.5% 1.86 3.5%

1.93 3.7% 1.93 3.7%

2.01 3.9% 2.01 3.9%

2.10 4.7% 2.10 4.7%

3.Over()orunder(+)recoveriestobecarriedover('000000inRSD) Chargesbilledtousers 3.1Chargesbilledtousers 5367 6672 Netactualcostschargeabletousers 3.2Totalcostspriorded.ofVFRcosts(2) 5993 7245 0 0 3.3CostofexemptedVFRflights(2) 3.4CostsofexemptedIFRflights 6 6 3.5Amountscarriedovertoyearn 60 81 3.6Incomefromothersources 0 0 3.7Chargeablecoststotal 6047 7158 Over()orunder(+)recovery 681 486 3.8Balancetobecarriedover 4.Carryoverofover()orunder(+)recoveries('000000inRSD) 4.1Balanceyear2003 0 0 4.2Balanceyear2004 0 0 0 4.3Balanceyear2005 0 0 0 4.4Balanceyear2006 0 0 0 4.5Balanceyear2007 60 60 0 4.6Balanceyear2008 81 81 4.7Balanceyear2009 681 4.8Balanceyear2010 486 4.9Balanceyear2011 704 4.10Balanceyear2012(3) 0 4.11Amountcarriedovertoyearn 60 81

7736 8087 0 7 442 82 8440 704

8538 7881 0 8 724 59 8538 0

9279 8680 0 9 704 96 9279 0

9309 9413 0 9 0 94 9309 0

9435 9534 0 10 0 90 9435 0

9538 9637 0 10 0 90 9538 0

9632 9733 0 10 0 91 9632 0

0 0 0 0 442

0 0 0 238 486

0 0 0 0 704 704

442

724

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0

5.Unitcost(TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts/Totalserviceunitsinnationalcurrency) 5.1Totalcosts3.2/Serviceunits2.1 3361 3983 4417 4153 4822 5.2ANSPcomponentoftheunitcost 2680 3165 3585 3307 3775 5.3METcomponentoftheunitcost 212 253 269 249 277 5.4NSAStatecomponentoftheunitcost 469 565 563 597 770 %n/n1 9.2% 18.5% 10.9% 6.0% 16.1%
*: Excluding costs for en route services in Bosnia and Herzegovina Costs in '000 000 CSD 596 629 684 699 743

5053 4028 271 753 4.8%

4935 3928 258 750 2.3%

4801 3801 249 751 2.7%

4631 3656 238 738 3.5%

ActualExchangeRate(1EUR=)(4)

93.8071 102.822 101.887

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000RSDServiceunitsin'000000 (1)TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsusedtocalculateunitratesforecastfromNarereportedfromTable1 (2)TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsCostdatareportedfromTable1 (3)Estimatedbalancefor2012 (4)ActualExchangeratenecessaryforcalculationofCAAMontenegroactualcostsexpressedinEUR

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Belgrade Year: 2013


1. Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones;

The Belgrade en route cost base consists of costs incurred by three organizations: Serbia and Montenegro Air Traffic Services SMATSA LLC (SMATSA); Civil Aviation Directorate of the Republic of Serbia (CAD); Civil Aviation Agency of Montenegro (CAA). CAD-Serbia Staff activities are the main cost driver of CAD and are used to determine the allocation key to non ATM, ATM and En route services. The average percentage contribution to En route services of the operational activities has been applied to management and support functions. Allocation key, as agreed during the negotiations for technical integration in 2007, is applied to staff and other operating expenses as well as to depreciation costs. SAR costs are directly attributable to the overall En route costs. SMATSA-Serbia-Montenegro En route and terminal services that SMATSA provides concern ATM, CNS, MET and AIS. In the document "CRCO Update report on the 2007 cost-base for route charges - Joint Cost-Base for Republic of Serbia and Republic of Montenegro", the methodology used by SMATSA for cost allocation has been described in detail. SMATSAs total costs (Table 1 ANSP of CRCOs Reporting Table) include costs for en route services provided in Bosnia and Herzegovina (B&H), as SMATSA is responsible for provision of air traffic services in B&H upper airspace. These costs are excluded from the total cost base for the Serbia Montenegro charging zone in Table 2, and does not account for the unit rate calculation. SMATSAs methodology used for allocating costs is based on costs distribution among cost centres that are structured in different groups relative to the services they provide. For each cost centre, an appropriate percentage of costs are allocated between en route and terminal services. Headquarters are allocated 90% to en route, 5% to terminal air navigation services in Serbia and 5% to terminal air navigation services in Montenegro. Costs of aerodromes are allocated 100% to terminal air navigation services - Terminal Beograd and Terminal Podgorica. Costs of ACC Belgrade are allocated 100% to en route. Staff and operating costs that serve both en route and terminal, are allocated by a staff repartition key based on the proportion of staff in each relevant cost centre. Investment costs (depreciation and interest) have been allocated using the allocation key of the individual capital assets, based on the actual fixed assets allocation. In addition, there are OAT costs that represent the amount of total costs in accordance with the percentage of OAT traffic. CAA-Montenegro Staff activities are the main cost driver of CAA and are used to determine the allocation key to non ATM, ATM and En route services applied to staff and other operating costs. The average percentage contributions to ATM and En route services of the operational activities have been applied to management and support functions. Allocation key, as agreed during the negotiations for technical integration in 2007 (document "CRCO Update report on the 2007 cost-base for route charges - Joint Cost-Base for Republic of Serbia and for Montenegro"), is applied to Staff and Other operating costs as well as to Depreciation costs. SAR costs are directly attributable to the overall En route costs.

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2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs);

CAD-Serbia EUROCONTROL costs for the Republic of Serbia are included in Reporting Table as Other State costs. SMATSA-Serbia-Montenegro There are no Other State costs. CAA-Montenegro EUROCONTROL costs for the State of Montenegro are included in Reporting Table as Other State costs.

3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

CAD-Serbia Fixed assets are depreciated in accordance with their expected operating life, by using the straight-line method applied to the historic value of the assets and that in accordance to the Principles. SMATSA- Serbia-Montenegro The method adopted by SMATSA for the calculation of depreciation costs is straight-line method applied to the historic value of assets. Depreciation starts when each individual asset is put into operational work. CAA-Montenegro Fixed assets are depreciated in accordance with their expected operating life, by using the straight-line method applied to the historic value of the assets and that in accordance to the Principles.

4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity;

CAD-Serbia The asset base (fixed and net-current assets) is established under the Balance Sheet by averaging balances at the beginning and the end of the year. The interest rate is determined as Republic of Serbia bond rate for 3 year Republic of Serbia coupon bonds in dinars. SMATSA-Serbia-Montenegro Cost of capital was calculated for 2011 as a product of NBV of fixed assets in operation and weighted average cost of capital (9.41%) on debts and return on equity.

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I) Interest rate Average interest rate on loans Government bonds in dinars II) Equity and Liabilities Capital and Reserves Capital and Reserves % Long term liabilities Long term liabilities % III) WACC

2011A 3.53 14.38

9,116,729 54 % 7,692,913 46 % 9.41

The return on medium term bonds was used in calculation of WACC, since the Republic of Serbia is not issuing the long term government bonds. The interest on net current assets is included into calculation. The interest on balance from previous years is not included. CAA-Montenegro The asset base (fixed and net-current assets) is established under the Balance Sheet by averaging balances at the beginning and at the end of the year. The interest rate is determined as 1% over the weighted average interest rate on Government bonds used by Central Bank of Montenegro.

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services;

CAD-Serbia Staff activities are the main cost driver of CAD and are used to determine the allocation key to non ATM, ATM and En route services. The average percentage contribution to En route services of the operational activities has been applied to management and support functions. Allocation key, as agreed during the negotiations for technical integration in 2007, is applied to staff, other operating expenses and depreciation costs as well as to cost of capital. SAR costs are directly attributable to the overall En route costs. SMATSA- Serbia-Montenegro In line with the EUROCONTROL Principles, after exclusion of non-ANS elements, the criteria that SMATSA uses to allocate costs between terminal and en route are as following: o According to the service they provide, staff costs are allocated between en route and terminal, o Employment of fixed assets items serves as the allocation key for the depreciation and interest (cost of capital) costs and o Staff cost allocation is used as repartition key for the allocation of the operating costs. CAA-Montenegro Staff activities are the main cost driver of CAA and are used to determine the allocation key to non ATM, ATM and En route services applied to staff and other operating costs. The average percentage contributions to ATM and En route services of the operational activities have been applied to management and support functions. Allocation key, as agreed during the negotiations for technical integration in 2007 ("CRCO Update report on the 2007 cost-base for route charges - Joint Cost-Base for Republic of Serbia and for Montenegro"), is applied to Staff and Other operating costs as well as to Depreciation costs. SAR costs are directly attributable to the overall En route costs).

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6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration;

SMATSA- Serbia-Montenegro SMATSA provides MET services for en route (such as GAMET, AIRMET, SIGMET, VOLMET, etc.), for terminal (METREPORT, SPECIAL, etc.) as well as for both en route and terminal sections (METAR, TAF, etc.). Meteorological costs contain only SMATSAs direct costs fully allocable to aeronautical users. CAA-Montenegro In accordance with newly adopted Law on Air Transport some aviation meteorology services (development of meteorological flight documentation and of aviation climate information, establishing the system for the exchange of meteorological information and calibration of devices and instruments at airports), are performed by state administration authority for hydrometeorology, and inspected by the CAA. Detailed conditions in regard of this will be prescribed in bylaw on MET services, which is on the way to be adopted.

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones;

SMATSA- Serbia-Montenegro A single methodology is applied for allocation of all SMATSAs services (including MET) between en route and terminal cost bases (as described in the answer 1, Table 1). CAA-Montenegro Detailed conditions in regard of meteorology services which is going to be performed by state administration authority will be prescribed in bylaw on MET services.

8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n - 1;

CAD-Serbia Actual 2011 CAD En route costs are lower in comparison to 2011 planed figures by 48 mil. RSD mainly due to lower realization in operating costs. Savings were achieved in operating costs as response to development of financial crisis that lead to financing only operating costs limited to activities necessary for day to day operations. Actual staff costs in 2011 are within planned figures as per EC Nov. 2010 Session. Actual 2011 depreciation costs were 37% higher than planned which together with increase in interest rate lead to increase in cost of capital for 30%. SMATSA- Serbia-Montenegro Differences between SMATSA planned and actual figures for 2011, are as follows: Service Units Actual chargeable service units figures in 2011 were in line with the November 2010 forecast, showing minor deviation of -0.9% (1,829,101 actual, 1,845,200 forecast). Winter timetable 2011/2012 brought a decline in traffic all over Europe, causing the actual service units in Serbia and Montenegro charging zone to be slightly bellow forecasted values.

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Inflation - difference between planned and actual figures for 2011 After extensive consultation with CRCO and IATA in November 2010, inflation rate taken for 2011 cost base calculation was 7%. However, in the year 2011, the inflation in Serbia has reached uncomfortably high levels. The actual inflation rate in the Republic of Serbia stayed far above all the projections made by the relevant institutions. In effect, NBS 2011 inflation forecast was set at 4.51.5%, while in April the actual was picking 14.7%, and ending with 7% in December. The average inflation rate in the Republic of Serbia resulted at the 11.2% rate (source: IMF), which is above all the regional averages. Costs difference between planned and actual figures for 2011 The increase of SMATSA total actual costs in 2011 compared to planned values is mainly caused by more extensive augment of assets resulting in the raise of Cost of capital and Operating expenses (additionally increased by the elevated inflation). SMATSA establishes its cost base in its national currency (Serbian Dinar - RSD), in line with Eurocontrol Principles. In more detail, the cost base categories are explained in addition: Staff costs - SMATSA actual staff costs are 1.6% below the forecasted amount adopted at the EC November 2010 Session as a result of 2011 HR Policy implementation related to staff cost optimisation and flexible use of available personnel. The social programme for retirements, introduced upon conclusion of the Annex I of Collective Agreement in 2011, formed a base for further implementation of a HR recruitment plans, improved HR structure and provided stable number of employees. Other operating costs SMATSA forecast expenses for 2011 were established on the basis of an estimated inflation rate of 7%. The actual average inflation rate was 11.2%, which directly influenced the level of actual operating costs. Also, the new facility and equipment put into operational work had additional influence on the growth of the other operating costs. Depreciation In 2011, SMATSA depreciation costs grew due to increased value of fixed assets, given a large part of investments related to FAMUS that were put into operation and commenced their depreciable period. FAMUS project aimed at improving safety and quality of SMATSA services and facilitation of SMATSA ATM system integration into a broader European network. Cost of capital The difference between the forecasted and actual figures is mainly driven by the new investments completed in 2011. In addition, according to the Principles, the new calculation method is applied as of 2011. Exceptional items This category is slightly higher in comparison to the forecasted value. The exceptional items are calculated as 0.2% of the SMATSA cost base. The direct repercussion on this cost base category is evident as the actual SMATSA cost base is higher than the forecasted. The exceptional items include provision for doubtful debts. The under-recovery is repeatedly generated by the imposed cost methodology and strong impact of the high inflation. The 2011 under-recovery is at the 2010 total balance level and amounts around 7 million euro. CAA-Montenegro A huge number of activities performed by ANS staff prior to EUROCONTROL ESSIMS audit conducted for the first time in Montenegro in October 2011, including several massive trainings (Introductory Course into ATC Systems Operation and Tasks in SMATSA Training Centre, Three stage Safety Regulatory Audit Course Audit Techniques and Practice, Trainings of enforcement in area of National legislation: The Law on general administrative procedure, The Law on inspection supervision, The Law on violation) which were necessary for obtaining competencies of the ANS staff, newly recruited at the beginning of the year, as well as Continuation/Recurrent/Refreshment Training for the rest of ANS staff, altogether resulted with increase of the forecast Staff costs. Also, the significant changes in the functional system of joint Serbia and Montenegro ANSP SMATSA within the FAMUS Project became subject of permanent audits in 2011 in accordance to EU and EUROCONTROL regulations. After ESSIMS, in the last quarter of 2011 NSA surveillance was set up in the full sense of the word, with four regular and seven ad-hock periodic audits. Other operating costs and SAR costs were lower than forecast was.

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9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan;

CAD Serbia Rationalization of staff number in accordance to qualification and personnel requirements, based on findings and recommendations from the various international audits conducted in previous years, results in increase of CAD staff in forthcoming period for average 2%; introducing QMS in CAD, as well as higher amount of EUROCONTROL costs, will cause an increase of operating expenses, while renting of new premises presents fix expense in Euros in reference period. Implementation of a new Air transport law (adopted in October 2010) harmonized with European standards as anticipated is followed in forthcoming period by multiply activities on harmonization of all bylaws, rules and regulations in civil aviation. Planned increase of asset base in accordance to Regional Air Navigation Plan-Europe, mainly attributable to En route results in increase of cost of capital as well as depreciation. However all costs should be kept at a steady level from 2014 onwards, and that below inflation level. SMATSA- Serbia-Montenegro The inflation issue is essential given its strong effect on the cost base categories. According to the latest IMF WEO (World Economic Outlook), the 2013 projected inflation for the Republic of Serbia is the highest in the South East European Region (as occurred in the previous years). Moreover, by comparison of IMF inflation published in WEO, it is evident that the initial projections for Republic of Serbia are build up in accordance to the ever-increasing CPI. Currently, inflation in Serbia reached 10.3% (September CPI) and according to IMF statement it will accelerate over the next few months. Taking into account historic figures and current development of inflation, for the purpose of 2013 costs calculation, the 8% rate has been used, which is in line with IMF projection and the National Bank of Serbia Governors statements. Costs Staff costs In forthcoming period staff costs increase will be mainly influenced by the forecasted inflation rate. HR policy based on constant number of employees will be effective in the five-year period. The minor fluctuation in staff number is possible due to timely execution of retirement and recruitment plans. Besides inflation, slight increase of staff costs is caused by recruitments of highly skilled staff and additional appointment of air traffic controllers in 2012 and 2013. Other operating costs - These costs include expenses for supplies, outsourced services, telecommunication, maintenance, lease of infrastructure, insurance and utilities. The operating costs increase in line with the expected rate of inflation and the SMATSA activities. Depreciation As of the second half of the year 2011, investments related to the FAMUS project have been operational and their depreciation period have commenced. Due to an increased value of fixed assets, depreciation costs are expected to rise accordingly. Cost of capital In accordance with the Principles, as of 2011, the new calculation method is applied and it reflects expected level of fixed assets NBV and upcoming investments. The actual 2011 weighted average rate for cost of capital is applied in calculation for the planned period, since it is expected to have similar value according to the latest Government bonds auction and interest rates on granted loans. Exceptional items - Exceptional items are calculated as 0.2% of the SMATSA cost base. SMATSA total costs in 2013 show augment in line with the planned inflation due to the increase of new technical system put into operations. The costs increase is moderated by the application of optimisation programs aiming to enhance efficiency of staff and use of resources. As it is evident in the Reporting Table 1- 4 (Complementary information on inflation and on total costs in real terms), SMATSA costs in real terms for 2013 are at the 2012 level. As occurred in previous years, the under-recovery is the significant part of the unit rate.

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About 3.4 euro of the 2013 unit rate is due to the balance from 2011. If the under-recovery is excluded, the 2013 unit rate would be around 41 euro. The planned costs for 2014-2017 are calculated in current prices without taking into account the impact of inflation and the currency depreciation. Due to the lack of the timely and detailed transition plan for BH ATM Project implementation, the total B&H costs for 2013 have been allocated to B&H cost base. It is expected that B&H costs for en route services will be reintroduced in full amount in the Serbia and Montenegro cost base as of 2014 since BHANSA plans to be operational in course of 2013. SMATSA is in process of preparing special 2014-2017 optimisation plan for the costs previously related to provision of services in B&H. CAA-Montenegro Among other elements which New Law on Air Transport (LoAT) adopted in view of fulfilling conditions and requirements of the EU regulation in the ANS area of, conducting of inspection oversight supervision in CAA represents one of the main activities which was introduced recently. Accordingly, it will cause reorganisation of tasks and responsibilities within the organigramme of the CAA, and probably some additional staff. Therefore, together with the new QMS, SSP and SMS activities, it will require improvement and training of the staff. Beside that, based on New LoAT, approximately 30 ANS bylaws are planned to be adopted for complete harmonisation with Acquis communautaire, and closing Phase 1 of ECAA Agreement. At the moment, reorganization of air space of Montenegro into the functional air space blocks is still open and demanding issue, but it is most likely that in 2013 main activities related to it will be performed, as well as the ones regarding FUA concept. Due to the unique situation, that Montenegro and Serbia have a common service provider operating in the air space of the two countries within a single FIR, continuation of close cooperation between two national supervisory authorities, CAA and CAD, is expected. Considering above and higher amount of EUROCONTROL costs, Total costs for the next year are somewhat bigger than in the previous year.

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1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

The airspace of the Republic of Serbia and the state of Montenegro has only one charging zone with a single unit rate. The charging zone Beograd FIR/UIR (En route charging zone) in CRCO is coded as LY Charging zone.

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

SMATSA- Serbia-Montenegro Air traffic development in 2012 has been marked by the economic weakness in the Eurozone. First nine months of the year 2012 saw evident decline of service units compared to the previous year, as well as compared to the November 2011 forecast. By the end of the year 2012, SMATSA forecasts 1,725,740 total service units in Belgrade charging zone, which is far below the adopted forecast, although this forecast was much lower than STATFOR forecasted figures published in September 2011 edition. Factors that are shaping the air traffic in 2013 have mainly economical background. Debt crisis and recession in Europe have a strong negative impact. A constant rise of oil price is one of the key factors that affect the airline industry, constantly increasing airliners operational costs. SMATSA is facing the continuous decline of average distance flown, as well as average service unit per flight in the area of its responsibility, which leads to disproportion of traffic and service unit growth. Several major airliners redirected their traffic flows between Turkey and Germany over Bulgaria and Romania, contributing to an additional decrease of traffic in Serbia and Montenegro. On the other hand, changes in the regional route network in the upcoming period will bring benefits to airliners, increasing the traffic in Serbia and Montenegro on some flows. The recent negative trends of forecasted economic growth inevitably lead to constraints in the forecasted flight growth. Taking into account the qualitative and quantitative forecasting methods, for the year 2013, SMATSA predicts 1,799,947 total service units for Belgrade charging zone. This forecast is close to STATFOR base scenario of service units forecast published in September 2012 (growth of 4.3% compared to the year 2012). SMATSA reduced its forecast from June 2012 according to the STATFOR forecast decrement in this year editions. For the period 2014-2017, SMATSA used STATFOR base scenario of service units growth.

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs;

SMATSA- Serbia-Montenegro As stated in the SMATSA aeronautical information publication (AIP), the following flights are exempted from payment of route charges: flights performed by aircraft of which the maximum take-off weight authorised is less than two (2) metric tons,

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flights performed exclusively for the transport, on official mission, of the reigning Monarch and his/her immediate family, Heads of State, Heads of Government, and Government Ministers. In all cases, this must be substantiated by the appropriate status indicator or remark on the flight plan, search and rescue flights authorised by a competent body, flight performed by military aircraft of State of Serbia and State of Montenegro and flights performed by military aircraft of other States according to the international agreements. training flights performed exclusively for the purpose of obtaining a licence, or a rating in the case of cockpit flight crew, and where this is substantiated by an appropriate remark on the flight plan. Flights must be performed solely within the airspace of Beograd charging zone. Flights must not serve for the transport of passengers and/or cargo, nor for positioning or ferrying of the aircraft, flights performed exclusively for the purpose of checking or testing equipment used or intended to be used as ground aids to air navigation, excluding positioning flights by the aircraft concerned, flights terminating at the aerodrome from which the aircraft has taken off and during which no intermediate landing has been made (circular flights), flights performed exclusively under VFR within this charging zone, humanitarian flights authorized by the appropriate competent body, customs and police flights.

4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist;

CAD-Serbia There is no income from other sources En route related. SMATSA- Serbia-Montenegro SMATSA encompass training and calibration services that are offered to the third parties, which generate additional income. CAA-Montenegro There is no income from other sources.

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

SMATSA- Serbia-Montenegro There are no incentives applied on air navigation service provider.

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6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

SMATSA- Serbia-Montenegro SMATSA has developed ATM related projects and plans in order to keep and improve the performance as ANSPs permanent task. The priority is on SMATSA ATM system harmonization with European network in line with SES requirements. After the FAMUS Project was completed and operations consolidated, grounds for the full implementation of SES requirements have been established, SMATSA special attention and commitment to the highest level of safety of its services was proven and confirmed by the results of Eurocontrol Safety Maturity Score. The high safety score obliges SMATSA to continue this line of achievement in the future. The route network optimisation through implementation of shorter route options (H24 DCTs) saves fuel consumption of airspace users and lowers CO2 emission into the atmosphere. In view of the SES performance-driven approach, based on the four KPAs - environment, cost-efficiency, safety and capacity, SMATSA further actions imply: Airspace management improvements and route network development (reorganisation of lower airspace, full implementation of FUA concept, implementation of dynamic airspace sectorisation, cross border DCTs with neighbouring ANSPs, implementation of free route concept, implementation of Performance Based Navigation (PBN) Concept and Continuous Descent Operations (CDO), ATM/CNS System - FAMUS further improvements (CCAMS, Mode S, MTCD, SYSCO with neighbours, FPL 2012, Data Link, etc.), Flexible use of staff and human resources development and Civil/military coordination enhancements (establishment of a collaborative civil-military airspace planning and introduction of ASM supporting tools at pre-tactical and tactical level).

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

SMATSA- Serbia-Montenegro There are no incentives applied on users of en route services.

8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years;

The methodology used is in accordance with Eurocontrol Principles. The 2011 under recoveries will be carried over in a full amount using the (n+2) method.

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities


Bosnia-Herzegovina

2013data

Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

5.27 31.43 1.36 0.52 0.00 38.58 15% 30% 14%

6.00 33.19 4.39 2.10 0.00 45.67 18% 14% 6%

7.72 37.89 5.63 2.51 0.00 53.74 18% 29% 14%

13.81 39.94 4.09 2.42 0.00 60.26 12% 79% 5%

21.35 41.36 5.64 2.27 0.00 70.62 0.17 0.55 0.04

27.85 15.42 6.10 2.53 0.00 51.89 27% 30% 63%

25.85 14.96 6.10 2.13 0.00 49.03 6% 7% 3%

26.85 15.01 6.10 2.13 0.00 50.08 2% 4% 0%

27.85 16.01 6.10 2.13 0.00 52.08 4% 4% 7%

5.97 1.11 1.35 0.19 0.33 0.92 0.68 0.00 28.04 38.577 15% 8% 7%

11.41 1.48 1.58 0.53 0.59 0.97 0.68 0.00 28.45 45.672 18% 91% 35%

14.94 2.21 1.37 0.46 0.53 0.95 0.90 0.00 32.38 53.741 18% 31% 13%

21.49 1.80 1.52 0.10 0.51 1.31 1.08 0.00 32.44 60.259 12% 44% 15%

30.12 2.64 1.60 0.11 0.50 1.23 1.05 0.20 33.17 70.62 17% 40% 27%

33.09 4.00 3.00 1.00 1.30 1.80 1.77 0.00 5.93 51.890 27% 10% 84%

33.59 3.00 2.00 0.50 0.80 1.30 1.27 0.60 5.97 49.033 6% 2% 31%

34.19 3.00 2.00 0.50 0.80 1.30 1.27 1.00 6.02 50.079 2% 2% 0%

34.68 3.56 2.54 2.64 0.46 0.76 0.80 1.00 5.64 52.079 4% 1% 59%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 8.99 36.18 43.68 44.59 49.59 50.00 50.00 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3.3Netcurrentassets 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3.4Totalassetbase 8.99 36.18 43.68 44.59 49.59 50.00 50.00 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 6% 6% 6% 5% 5% 5% 4% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4% 2% 3% 4% 4.2Priceindex(2) 100.00 102.50 106.60 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 38.58 45.67 52.43 56.53 Total%n/n1 10% 18% 15% 8% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 38.58 45.67 53.74 60.26 5.1Totalcosts 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 38.57 45.66 53.73 60.25

50.00 0.00 0.00 50.00 4%

50.00 0.00 0.00 50.00 4%

4% 110.86 63.70 13%

4% 115.30 45.01 29%

4% 119.91 40.89 9%

4% 124.71 40.16 2%

4% 129.70 40.16 0%

70.62 0.01 70.61

51.89 0.01 51.88

49.03 0.01 49.02

50.08 0.01 50.07

52.08 0.01 52.07

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000BAMServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName


Bosnia-Herzegovina BHANSA

2013data

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominaltermsinBAM) 3.74 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 2.35 1.3Depreciation 1.26 1.4Costofcapital 0.50 1.5Exceptionalitems 0.00 1.6Totalcosts 7.8 Total%n/n1 9% Staff%n/n1 15% Otherop.%n/n1 5% 2.Detailbyservice(innominaltermsinBAM) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 3.18 2.2Communication 1.11 2.3Navigation 1.35 2.4Surveillance 0.19 2.5Searchandrescue 0.17 0.78 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 0.55 2.8Supervisioncosts 0.00 2.9OtherStatecosts 0.51 2.10Totalcosts 7.85 Total%n/n1 9% ATM%n/n1 27% CNS%n/n1 7%

4.55 2.44 1.91 0.64 0.00 9.5 22% 22% 4%

6.06 3.19 5.45 2.46 0.00 17.16 80% 33% 31%

11.27 6.55 3.90 2.37 0.00 24.1 40% 86% 105%

18.88 6.94 5.54 2.25 0.00 33.61 0.39 0.67 0.06

25.00 8.50 6.00 2.50 0.00 42.00 0.25 0.32 0.22

23.00 8.00 6.00 2.10 0.00 39.10 0.07 0.08 0.06

24.00 8.00 6.00 2.10 0.00 40.10 0.03 0.04 0.00

25.00 9.00 6.00 2.10 0.00 42.10 0.05 0.04 0.13

3.98 1.48 1.58 0.53 0.36 0.73 0.45 0.00 0.44 9.54 22% 25% 35%

10.66 2.21 1.37 0.46 0.33 0.76 0.72 0.00 0.65 17.16 80% 168% 13%

18.10 1.80 1.52 0.10 0.24 1.04 0.83 0.00 0.48 24.10 40% 70% 15%

26.83 2.64 1.60 0.11 0.23 0.96 0.79 0.20 0.25 33.61 0.39 0.48 0.27

29.50 4.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 1.50 1.50 0.00 0.50 42.00 0.25 0.10 0.84

30.00 3.00 2.00 0.50 0.50 1.00 1.00 0.60 0.50 39.10 0.08 0.02 0.31

30.60 3.00 2.00 0.50 0.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.50 40.10 0.03 0.03 0.00

31.09 3.56 2.54 2.64 0.16 0.47 0.52 1.00 0.12 42.10 0.05 0.02 0.59

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominaltermsinBAM) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 8.6 11.1 42.9 43.7 49.3 49.6 49.6 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.4Totalassetbase 8.6 11.1 42.9 43.7 49.3 49.6 49.6 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 6% 6% 6% 5% 5% 5% 4% 3.6Returnonequity 6% 6% 6% 6% 6% 6% 6% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.ComplementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealtermsinBAM 4.1Inflation%(1) 4% 2% 3% 4% 4.2Priceindex(2) 100.0 102.5 106.6 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 7.845 9.539 16.741 22.608 Total%n/n1 5% 22% 76% 35% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 7.85 9.54 17.16 24.10 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 7.84 9.53 17.15 24.09

49.6 0.0 0.0 49.6 4% 6%

49.6 0.0 0.0 49.6 4% 6%

4% 110.9 30.313 34%

4% 115.3 36.427 20%

4% 119.9 32.608 10%

4% 124.7 32.155 1%

4% 129.7 32.461 1%

33.61 0.01 33.60

42.00 0.01 41.99

39.10 0.01 39.09

40.10 0.01 40.09

42.10 0.01 42.09

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000BAMServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename CAANSA


Bosnia-Herzegovina BHDCA

2013data

Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts(incl.ECTL) 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts(Incl.ECTL) 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.53 3.86 0.10 0.02 0.00 5.52 8% 85% 22%

1.46 5.33 2.48 1.46 0.00 10.72 94% 5% 38%

1.66 5.53 0.18 0.04 0.00 7.41 0.31 0.14 0.04

2.54 4.68 0.19 0.05 0.00 7.45 1% 53% 15%

2.47 5.15 0.10 0.02 0.00 7.75 4% 3% 10%

2.85 6.92 0.10 0.03 0.00 9.89 28% 15% 34%

2.85 6.96 0.10 0.03 0.00 9.93 0% 0% 1%

2.85 7.01 0.10 0.03 0.00 9.98 0% 0% 1%

2.85 7.01 0.10 0.03 0.00 9.98 0% 0% 0%

2.79

7.42

4.28

3.40

3.29

3.59

3.59

3.59

3.59

0.16 0.13 0.13 2.31 5.52 8%

0.23 0.24 0.23 2.60 10.72 94%

0.20 0.19 0.18 2.56 7.41 31%

0.27 0.27 0.25 3.25 7.45 1%

0.28 0.27 0.26 3.65 7.75 4%

0.30 0.30 0.27 5.43 9.89 28%

0.30 0.30 0.27 5.47 9.93 0%

0.30 0.30 0.27 5.52 9.98 0%

0.30 0.30 0.27 5.52 9.98 0%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 0.43 25.09 0.81 0.87 0.34 0.45 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3.3Netcurrentassets 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3.4Totalassetbase 0.43 25.09 0.81 0.87 0.34 0.45 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 6% 6% 5% 6% 6% 6% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4% 2% 3% 4.2Priceindex(2) 100.0 102.7 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 5.52 10.72 7.21 Total%n/n1 11% 94% 33% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 5.52 10.72 7.41 0.00 0.00 0.00 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 5.52 10.72 7.41

0.45 0.00 0.00 0.45 6%

0.45 0.00 0.00 0.45 6%

0.45 0.00 0.00 0.45 6%

4% 104.5 7.13 1%

4% 106.3 7.28 2%

4% 108.2 9.14 25%

4% 110.1 9.02 1%

4% 112.0 8.91 1%

4% 113.0 8.83 1%

7.45 0.00 7.45

7.75 0.00 7.75

9.89 0.00 9.89

9.93 0.00 9.93

9.98 0.00 9.98

9.98 0.00 9.98

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000BAMServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METprovidername


Bosnia-Herzegovina

2013data

SubTotal

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominaltermsinBAM) 5.27 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 6.21 1.3Depreciation 1.36 1.4Costofcapital 0.52 1.5Exceptionalitems 0.00 1.6Totalcosts 13.36 Total%n/n1 2% Staff%n/n1 30% Otherop.%n/n1 14% 2.Detailbyservice(innominaltermsinBAM) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 5.97 2.2Communication 1.11 2.3Navigation 1.35 2.4Surveillance 0.19 2.5Searchandrescue 0.33 0.92 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 0.68 2.8Supervisioncosts 0.00 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.82 2.10Totalcosts 13.36 Total%n/n1 2% ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

6.00 7.77 4.39 2.10 0.00 20.26 52% 14% 25%

7.72 8.72 5.63 2.51 0.00 24.566 21% 29% 12%

13.81 11.23 4.09 2.42 0.00 31.55 28% 79% 29%

21.35 12.09 5.64 2.27 0.00 41.35 0.31 0.55 0.08

27.85 15.42 6.10 2.53 0.00 51.89 25% 30% 27%

25.85 14.96 6.10 2.13 0.00 49.03 6% 7% 3%

26.85 15.01 6.10 2.13 0.00 50.08 2% 4% 0%

27.85 16.01 6.10 2.13 0.00 52.08 4% 4% 7%

11.41 1.48 1.58 0.53 0.59 0.97 0.68 0.00 3.04 20.26 52%

14.94 2.21 1.37 0.46 0.53 0.95 0.90 0.00 3.20 24.57 21%

21.49 1.80 1.52 0.10 0.51 1.31 1.08 0.00 3.73 31.55 28%

30.12 2.64 1.60 0.11 0.50 1.23 1.05 0.20 3.91 41.35 31%

33.09 4.00 3.00 1.00 1.30 1.80 1.77 0.00 5.93 51.89 25%

33.59 3.00 2.00 0.50 0.80 1.30 1.27 0.60 5.97 49.03 6%

34.19 3.00 2.00 0.50 0.80 1.30 1.27 1.00 6.02 50.08 2%

34.68 3.56 2.54 2.64 0.46 0.76 0.80 1.00 5.64 52.08 4%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominaltermsinBAM) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 8.99 36.18 43.68 44.59 49.59 50.00 50.00 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3.3Netcurrentassets 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3.4Totalassetbase 8.99 36.18 43.68 44.59 49.59 50.00 50.00 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 6% 6% 6% 5% 5% 5% 4% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.ComplementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealtermsinBAM 4.1Inflation%(1) 4% 2% 3% 4% 4.2Priceindex(2) 100.0 102.5 106.6 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 13.4 20.3 24.0 29.6 Total%n/n1 2% 52% 18% 23% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 13.36 20.26 24.57 0.01 0.01 0.01 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 13.35 20.25 24.56

50.00 0.00 0.00 50.00 4%

50.00 0.00 0.00 50.00 4%

4% 110.9 37.3 26%

4% 115.3 45.0 21%

4% 119.9 40.9 9%

4% 124.7 40.2 2%

4% 129.7 40.2 0%

31.55 0.01 31.54

41.35 0.01 41.34

51.89 0.01 51.88

49.03 0.01 49.02

50.08 0.01 50.07

52.08 0.01 52.07

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000BAMServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Organisation


Bosnia-Herzegovina

2013data

SMATSA

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominaltermsin000euro) 3.44 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.22 1.3Depreciation 0.68 1.4Costofcapital 1.00 1.5Exceptionalitems 0.00 1.6Totalcosts 6.34 Total%n/n1 39% Staff%n/n1 28% Otherop.%n/n1 41% 2.Detailbyservice(innominaltermsin000euro) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 5.21 2.2Communication 0.42 2.3Navigation 0.06 2.4Surveillance 0.53 0.00 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 0.07 2.7Meteorologicalservices 0.05 2.8Supervisioncosts 0.00 2.9OtherStatecosts 0.00 2.10Totalcosts 6.34 Total%n/n1 39% ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

3.10 1.14 0.75 1.13 0.00 6.12 4% 10% 7%

3.36 1.24 0.91 1.19 0.00 6.71 10% 9% 9%

3.86 1.00 0.94 1.11 0.00 6.91 3% 15% 20%

3.57 0.96 0.89 0.99 0.00 6.40 0.07 0.08 0.04

4.87 0.35 0.30 0.38 0.00 0.06 0.16 0.00 0.00 6.12 4%

5.39 0.36 0.30 0.42 0.00 0.07 0.16 0.00 0.00 6.71 10%

5.55 0.41 0.30 0.41 0.00 0.07 0.17 0.00 0.00 6.91 3%

5.12 0.36 0.29 0.41 0.00 0.07 0.15 0.00 0.00 6.40 7%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4.2Priceindex(2) 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) Total%n/n1 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Organisation


Bosnia-Herzegovina

2013data

CCL

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominaltermsin000HRK) 31.50 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 8.14 1.3Depreciation 7.10 1.4Costofcapital 1.19 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts 47.93 Total%n/n1 0.11 Staff%n/n1 0.19 Otherop.%n/n1 0.01 2.Detailbyservice(innominaltermsin000HRK) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 35.383 2.2Communication 7.671 2.3Navigation 2.415 2.4Surveillance 2.464 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts 47.933 Total%n/n1 0.112 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

33.71 9.40 7.30 0.83 51.24 0.07 0.07 0.15

41.33 10.18 8.76 0.78 61.05 0.19 0.23 0.08

39.52 9.99 9.44 0.83 59.78 0.02 0.04 0.02

43.50 10.58 10.07 0.80 64.95 0.09 0.10 0.06

35.870 4.099 3.588 7.686

42.736 4.884 4.274 9.158

41.848 4.783 4.185 8.967

45.46 5.20 4.55 9.74

51.243 0.069

61.052 0.191

59.783 0.021

64.95 0.086

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4.2Priceindex(2) 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) Total%n/n1 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000HRKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Unitratecalculation


Bosnia-Herzegovina

2013data

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Calculationofthenationalunitrate(Finaldatauntil2012Preliminarydatafrom2013inBAM) 1.1Totalcostspriortoded.ofVFRcosts(1) 40 47 54 60.3 70.62 52 1.2CostsofexemptedVFRflights(1) 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0 0 0 0.07 0.06 1 1.3CostsofexemptedIFRflights 1.4Amountscarriedovertoyearn 3 3 4 0.67 0.37 0 1.5Incomefromothersources 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 0 1.6Chargeablecoststotal 37 50 50 60.9 70.17 51 %i/i1 11.1% 36.2% 1.0% 22.0% 15.3% 26.9% 1.7Totalserviceunits 0.54 0.66 0.69 0.79 0.72 0.85 1.8Chargeableserviceunits 0.54 0.66 0.69 0.79 0.72 0.84 1.9Unitratenat.currency1.6/1.8 68.68 76.02 70.05 76.95 98.00 61.04 %i/i1 19.5% 10.7% 7.9% 9.9% 27.4% 37.7% 1.10Exchangerate(Septembern1) 1.93 1.94 1.93 1.93 1.93 1.93 1.11Basicnationalrateineuro 35.59 39.14 36.23 39.91 50.78 31.66 %i/i1 21.1% 10.0% 7.4% 10.2% 27.2% 37.7% 2.Actual/forecastserviceunits(in'000000serviceunits) 2.1Totalserviceunits 0.58 0.64 %n/n1 10.3% 10.1% 2.2Chargeableserviceunits 0.58 0.64 %n/n1 10.4% 10.1%

49 0.01 1 0 0 48 5.6% 0.89 0.88 55.02 9.9% 1.93 28.54 9.9%

50 0.01 1 0 0 49 2.0% 0.93 0.92 53.67 2.5% 1.93 27.83 2.5%

52 0.01 1 0 0 51 4.0% 0.93 0.92 55.81 4.0% 1.93 28.95 4.0%

0.72 12.5% 0.69 8.7%

0.79 10.5% 0.79 14.3%

0.72 9.5% 0.72 9.5%

0.85 18.6% 0.84 17.3%

0.89 4.8% 0.88 4.8%

0.93 4.7% 0.92 4.5%

0.93 0.0% 0.92 0.0%

3.Over()orunder(+)recoveriestobecarriedover('000000inBAM) Chargesbilledtousers 39.67 48.38 48.45 3.1Chargesbilledtousers Netactualcostschargeabletousers 3.2Totalcostspriortoded.ofVFRcosts(2) 38.58 45.67 53.74 3.3CostsofexemptedVFRflights(2) 0.01 0.01 0.01 3.4CostsofexemptedIFRflights 0.04 0.05 1.88 3.5Amountscarriedovertoyeari 2.64 3.43 3.78 3.6Incomefromothersources 0.00 0.00 0.00 3.7Chargeablecoststotal 35.89 49.05 48.08 Over()orunder(+)recovery 3.8 0.7 0.4 3.8Balancetobecarriedover 4.Carryoverofover()orunder(+)recoveries('000000inBAM) 4.1Balanceyear2003 0 4.2Balanceyear2004 0 0 4.3Balanceyear2005 0 0 0 4.4Balanceyear2006 0 0 0 4.5Balanceyear2007 3 3 0 4.6Balanceyear2008 3 0 3 4.7Balanceyear2009 4 0 0 4.8Balanceyear2010 1 0 4.9Balanceyear2011 0.4 4.10Balanceyear2012(3) 4.11Amountcarriedovertoyearn 3 3

60.85 60.26 0.01 0.07 0.67 0.00 60.85 0.0

70.17 70.62 0.01 0.06 0.37 0.00 70.17 0.0

51.27 51.89 0.01 0.61 0.00 0.00 51.27 0.0

48.42 49.03 0.01 0.61 0.00 0.00 48.42 0.0

49.37 50.08 0.01 0.70 0.00 0.00 49.37 0.0

51.34 52.08 0.01 0.73 0.00 0.00 51.34 0.0

0 0 0 0 4 0 0 4

0 0 0 0 1 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0.4

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0

5.Unitcost(TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts/Totalserviceunitsinnationalcurrency) 5.1Totalcosts3.2/Serviceunits2.1 66.65 71.70 74.98 76.11 98.54 5.2ANSPcomponentoftheunitcost 13.54 14.96 23.93 30.43 46.88 5.3METcomponentoftheunitcost 23.07 31.79 34.26 39.84 57.69 9.53 16.83 10.33 9.41 10.81 5.4NSAStatecomponentoftheunitcost %n/n1 4.1% 7.6% 4.6% 1.5% 29.5%

61.05 49.40 61.04 11.64 38.0%

55.03 43.87 55.02 11.15 9.9%

53.68 42.97 53.67 10.70 2.5%

55.82 45.11 55.81 10.70 4.0%

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000BAMServiceunitsin'000000 (1)TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsusedtocalculateunitratesforecastfromNarereportedfromTable1 (2)TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsCostdatareportedfromTable1 (3)Estimatedbalancefor2012

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Bosnia-Herzegovina Year: 2013


1. Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones;

The cost allocation within service provider in Bosnia and Herzegovina is based on costs division among different cost centres. These cost-centres are part of the organizational structure and provide specific type of services. (ATM, communication, navigation, surveillance, technical support, administrative support, etc). In order to be eligible, costs and revenues associated with each cost-centre have to be directly or indirectly related to the respective centre. In accordance with EC Regulation No. 1794/2006, costs within cost-centres are further broken down according to the cost nature (staff, operation, depreciation, interest) and cost type such as administration, training, general services, maintenance, etc. Besides reporting tables of BHANSA and regulator BHDCA, the Bosnia and Herzegovinian cost base is compiled together with reporting tables for CCL and SMATSA who currently still provide services in our charging zone. According to our Overall Transition Plan, they will continue operations during year 2013 but not in a current capacity.

2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs);

These costs are related to the supervisory and regulatory activities, memberships in international organizations, examination of professional qualification of ATCOs, technical supervision of ATM equipment, publishing of aeronautical regulations, investigation of accidents, development of ATM procedures.

3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

Calculation of fixed assets depreciation is done based on historic costs using the linear depreciation method. The historic book value of each asset is depreciated over its expected operational life. Local accounting standards are in line with international when it comes to duration of the depreciation, meaning that each assets lifespan falls within the guideline of Principles.

4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity;

Bosnia and Herzegovina is in a full cost recovery system and therefore its risk remains low. For that reason, 10 year government bond is used when calculating cost of capital. Fixed and intangible assets are subject to charging, and interest rate of 5.8% has been applied over the years. Inflation used in reporting tables is obtained according to the recommendation of the National Office of Statistics and for the year 2011 totalled 2.5%.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Bosnia-Herzegovina Year: 2013

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services;

Each cost centre has predetermined cost disbursement divided into en route and terminal cost. Therefore each cost associated with one cost centre is further broken down into en route cost or terminal cost according to a percentage assigned to that cost centre. Although regularly reviewed the predetermined allocation keys for each centre have largely remained the same throughout the years. For facilities and services that serve both en route and terminal, the costs are allocated based on the proportion to the number of flights and on the proportion to the estimated time of equipment use.

6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration;

Our meteorological service is designed for the needs of air traffic services in our FIR. The reason for this is an inadequate state meteorological service (poorly equipped and staffed). There are four airport meteorological services and the Watch Office is operational since the middle of the year 2011.

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones;

MET costs allocation between terminal and en-route activities are made in accordance with the relative use of facilities and resources needed for the service provision. BHANSP has its own Meteo service and provides services exclusively for civil aviation.

8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n-1;

Actual costs 2011 In comparison to the planned figures presented in November 2010 EC session, actual enroute costs in 2011 are shown below:

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Bosnia-Herzegovina Year: 2013

Staff costs BiH Subtotal Actual Planned CCL Actual Planned SMATSA Actual Planned

Other operat. costs

Depreciat. costs

Cost of Capital

2011 planned en-route costs (BAM)

2011 actual en-route costs (BAM)

% of realization

7.716.171 10.393.151

6.606.467 7.169.211 16.202.498

5.626.394 4.506.749

2.507.312 24.456 2.386.950 22.456 -8,18%

13.642 13.642.295 12.972.900 12.001 12.001.334 Total 50.099

16.202

18,77%

12.973

8,1%

51.631

3,06%

Although BH subtotal costs were planned for the year 2011 at the level of 24.456.000 BAM, the actual cost were 8,18% lower. Even though our costs were lower, overall actual costs for Bosnia and Herzegovina, including CCL and SMATSA, were 3.06% higher. The reason for the lower costs in our case was the delay in implementation of the ATM Strategy, as well as budgetary restrictions. As BHANSA is state owned agency and highly dependent on government budget restrictions many projects were put on hold until government approval, subsequently, although planned, not completed or postponed.

9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan.

The year 2013 will certainly be an important year for the air traffic control services in Bosnia and Herzegovina. BH ANSP of Bosnia and Herzegovina, named as BH ANSA, is focused on the implementation of ATM strategy of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The primary goal of ATM strategy of Bosnia and Herzegovina is organization and creation of unified system of Air Traffic Services by meeting operational, technical, and institutional requirements. From operational stand point the main task is putting into operation BH ACC which consists of two units: ACC Unit I Sarajevo and ACC Unit II Banja Luka. When BH ACC is fully introduced BH ANSA will take-over responsibility for the provision of ATS services from ACC Zagreb in the LOWER, and from ACC Zagreb and ACC Belgrade in the UPPER airspace of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The process of assuming responsibility of area traffic control is planned to ensue in four stages. Initial operations in LOWER FL (up to 285) are to commence in Sarajevo on 1 March 2013, then on 1 October 2013 Banja Luka ATCU will start providing area control services in Lower FL (up to FL 325) parallel with Sarajevo. Third stage is scheduled to begin on 1 January 2014 and includes independent operations by BHANSA in FL 100 up to FL 325 and start of service provision up FL 660 parallel with CCL and SMATSA. The fourth stage should commence on 1 April 2014 and encompasses independent provision of area control services in Sarajevo FIR. Putting into operations BH ACC means that a lot of activities have to be performed (to recruit, select and train an appropriate number of ATCOS, ATSEP, AIS, MET and the other staff, to ensure that all the facilities and equipment are ready, to organize all activities regarding organization of airspace, to develop all operational and maintenance procedures, to manage safety assessments)

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Bosnia-Herzegovina Year: 2013

From institutional stand point BH ANSA has approached into crucial and the most sensitive phase. In order to start providing ANS within FIR Sarajevo BH ANSA has to be fully introduced. This means that according to its law and EC requirements, current organizational structure of two separate civil aviation departments Federal Civil Aviation Department of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FED CAD) and Republic of Srpska Civil Aviation Department (RS CAD) have to fuse into a single service provider BHANSA. All staff employed by previous separate provider will transfer to unified BH ANSP. In addition to that BH ANSA has to employ some missing staff in order to start successfully its work. Cost development in 2013 and 2014 is highly influenced by this institutional and operational transitional period. Even though according to wages bylaw that is currently being discussed in the council of ministries wages proposed are below region average, cost of hiring necessary staff represents the main cost catalyst. After cost increase in years 2013 and part of 2014 and full service provision takeover we expect operational and cost stabilisation resulting in improved cost efficiency that will result in lower unit rate for years to come.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Bosnia-Herzegovina Year: 2013


1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

The airspace of Bosnia and Herzegovina is a single charging zone with a single unit rate.

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

Bosnia and Herzegovina realized 716.735 SU in 2011 which constitutes a 12.5% increase in comparison to 2010. In 2012 an amount of 791.713 SU is expected, which will result in a 10.5 % SU increase. The CRCO SU forecast is taken into account for 2013, and it foresees a 2.1% SU decrease in comparison to 2012.

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs;

Along with the flights determined in the Conditions on the Application of the Route Charges System, the following flights are also exempted from the payment of route charges in the airspace of Bosnia and Herzegovina: Flights performed under VFR rules VFR flights; Training flights performed exclusively for the purpose of obtaining a license, or a rating in the case of cockpit flight crew, and where this is substantiated by an appropriate remark on the flight. These flights must be performed solely within the airspace of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and must not serve for the transport of passengers and/or cargo, nor for positioning or ferrying of the aircraft; Flights performed exclusively for the purpose of checking or testing equipment used or intended to be used as ground aids to air navigation, excluding positioning flights by the aircraft concerned; Flights terminating at the aerodrome from which the aircraft has taken off and during which no intermediate landing has been made (circular flights).

Costs of the above listed exempted flights are recovered from the state budget.

4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist;

There are no other sources of income.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Bosnia-Herzegovina Year: 2013

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

There were no financial or other incentives.

6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

BHANSP is primarily concentrated on putting into operation area control centres in years 2013 and 2014 and all plans are depending on its successful operational start. Our Overall Transitional Plan lays out detailed steps in order to meet projected demands and targets set by BH ATM strategy. Main objective for BHANSA in 2013 is to ensure safe and smooth transition from passive to active service provider in FIR Sarajevo. As the transition is in its final stages BHANSAs business plan calls for complete and secure service provision takeover in its charging zone in the second quarter of 2014. Once established, BHANSA as a single service provider will be able to better manage and much improve its cost-effectiveness

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

There were no incentives applied so far.

8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years;

The methodology used is in accordance with EUROCONTROL Principles for establishing the cost-base for en-route charges and the calculation of the unit rates. The 2011 balance will be carried over to the 2013 cost base in a full amount.

BULGARIA

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Bulgaria Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 84 21 9 18 0 5 12 0 9 158.8 85 22 9 18 0 5 13 0 8 160.1 0.8% 0.3% 1.2% 84 21 10 18 0 5 12 1 8 159.9 0.2% 0.8% 0.9% 88 22 10 20 0 5 13 2 8 168.0 5.1% 4.5% 6.4% 89 23 10 19 0 5 13 2 9 169.5 0.9% 1.4% 0.3% 76 19 9 16 0 5 11 0 9 145.0 80 19 9 15 0 5 11 0 8 146.9 1.3% 4.6% 0.5% 83 31 23 22 0 158.8 88 31 21 20 0 160.1 0.8% 5.2% 2.6% 90 30 21 19 0 159.9 0.2% 2.7% 6.0% 91 32 24 21 0 168.0 5.1% 1.7% 7.2% 94 31 24 21 0 169.5 0.9% 2.4% 1.5% 82 24 20 19 0 145.0 88 25 19 16 0 146.9 1.3% 7.0% 5.0%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 205 192 208 213 207 194 174 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.3Netcurrentassets 203 110 65 80 87 109 117 3.4Totalassetbase 408 302 273 293 294 303 291 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 5.3% 6.7% 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% 6.4% 5.4% 3.6Returnonequity 7.0% 6.4% 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% 6.4% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 3.0% 4.8% 3.7% 2.7% 4.2Priceindex(2) 103.0 107.9 111.9 115.0 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 154 148 143 146 Total%n/n1 3.8% 3.7% 2.3% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 159 160 160 168 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0 0 0 0 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 159 160 160 168

3.0% 118.4 143 2.0%

3.0% 103.0 140.8

3.4% 106.5 138

170 0 170

145 0 145

147 0 147

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000BGNServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName Bulgaria BULATSA ForecastCosts* Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts(InclECTL) 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts(InclECTL) 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

83 21 23 22 0 150

88 23 21 20 0 152 1.5% 5.2% 8.5%

89 21 21 19 0 150 1.2% 1.7% 10.5%

91 23 24 21 0 158 5.3% 1.7% 9.3%

93 22 24 21 0 159 0.9% 2.4% 2.8%

82 15 20 19 136

88 17 19 16 139 2.1% 7.0% 14.3%

84 21 9 18 0 5 12 0 150

85 22 9 18 0 5 13 0 152 1.5% 0.3% 1.2%

84 21 10 18 0 5 12 0 150 1.2% 0.8% 0.9%

88 22 10 20 0 5 13 0 158 5.3% 4.5% 6.4%

89 23 10 19 0 5 13 0 159 0.9% 1.4% 0.3%

76 19 9 16 0 5 11 0 136

80 19 9 15 0 5 11 0 139 2.1% 4.6% 0.5%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 205 192 208 213 207 194 174 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 203 110 65 80 87 109 117 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase 408 302 273 293 294 303 291 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 5.3% 6.7% 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% 6.4% 5.4% 3.6Returnonequity 7.0% 6.4% 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% 6.4% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 3.0% 4.8% 3.7% 2.7% 4.2Priceindex(2) 103.0 107.9 111.9 115.0 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 145 141 134 138 Total%n/n1 3.1% 4.7% 2.5%

3.0% 118.4 135 2.1%

3.0% 103.0 132

3.4% 106.5 130 1.3%

5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 150 152 150 158 159 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 149.661 151.978 150.219 158.115 159.480

136

139

136.006 138.804

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000BGNServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METServiceprovidername Bulgaria Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4.2Priceindex(2) 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) Total%n/n1 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000BGNServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename StateNSA Bulgaria NSA ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts(inc.ECTL) 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts(inc.ECTL) 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

1 9 0 0 10

1 9 0 0 10

1 9 0 0 10

9 9

8 8

1 8 10

2 8 10

2 9 10

9 9

8 8

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 0.1 0.1 0.0 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase 0.1 0.1 0.0 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% 3.6Returnonequity 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 3.0% 4.8% 3.7% 2.7% 4.2Priceindex(2) 103.0 107.9 111.9 115.0 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 9 8 9 9 Total%n/n1 15.4% 14.3% 0.5% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 9 8 10 10 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 9 8 10 10

3.0% 118.4 8 1.0%

3.0% 103.0 9

3.4% 106.5 8

10 10

9 9

8 8

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000BGNServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Bulgaria Consolidationallentities Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0 148 83.68 78.54 0.00 5.18 83.68 0 138 77.46 73.00 0.00 4.56 77.46 0 140 71.20 66.29 0.00 4.91 71.20 0 145 71.07 66.24 0.00 4.83 71.07 0 161 75.81 71.06 0.00 4.75 75.81 9 8 10 10 10 150 152 150 158 159 1.8 1.8 1.8 2.0 1.966 2.044 2.118 159 3.0% 2.2% 160 3.4% 4.8% 160 3.7% 168 2.7% 170 3.0%

11 139

22 130

20 130

23 135

9 150

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

0 9

0 8

0 10

0 10

0 10

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000BGNServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Bulgaria ANSPname:BULATSA Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 150 152 150 158 159 1.8 1.8 1.8 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.1 150 3.0% 3.0% 152 3.4% 4.8% 150 3.7% 158 2.7% 159 3.0%

10 139

22 130

20 130

23 135

9 150

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

139 78.54

130 73.00

130 66.29

135 66.24

150 71.06

78.54

73.00

66.29

66.24

71.06

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000BGNServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Bulgaria METServiceprovidername: Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 1.8 1.8 2.0 2.0 2.1 0 3.0% 0 4.8% 0 3.7% 0 2.7% 0 3.0%

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000BGNServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Bulgaria StateNSA Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0 9 5.18 0 8 4.56 0 10 4.91 0 10 4.83 0 10 4.75 9.2 8.1 9.7 9.9 10.1 1.8 1.8 1.8 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.1 9 3.0% 3.0% 8 3.4% 4.8% 10 3.7% 10 2.7% 10 3.0%

0 9

0 8

0 10

0 10

0 10

5.18

4.56

4.91

4.83

4.75

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000BGNServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Bulgaria Year: 2013


1.Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones;

BULATSA costs are grouped into cost centres which encompass all BULATSA direct and indirect costs. Each cost centre has different number of sub cost centres aiming to reflect in the best way the cost structure of the ANS service provision and to allocate properly all costs between both en-route and terminal cost bases and between the different categories in ANS (such as ATM, COM, NAV, SUR, etc.) Indirect costs are allocated using allocation bases, such as square metres, cubic metres, kilometres, man days, staff costs, kW/h, and occasionally composite cost allocation bases. Total costs are allocated between en-route and terminal using allocation keys, which are specified in the EUROCONTROL Principles, as well as composite keys being derived from them. ICAO guidance stated in Doc. 9161 is also being used for cost allocation. Thus are determined the full costs for each of the bundle of ANS services provided by BULATSA based on the resources employed for each operational unit: by type, by service and each of both attributable to en-route and terminal navigation service provisions.

2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs);

The inclusion for Other State costs corresponds to EUROCONTROL costs. The latter were included in compliance with the approved NPP.

3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

The depreciation costs are being calculated under the historic costs method. The expected operating life of assets for both en-route and terminal service provision is being defined in compliance with the expected operating lives of the assets as stated in the EUROCONTROL Principles.

4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity;

The asset base is determined by including the fixed and intangible assets as well as the net working capital employed. The asset base is determined under the balance sheet by averaging the opening balances as at the beginning and the end of the year. All interest bearing accounts are excluded from the determination of the asset base for the determination of the cost of capital, subject to the provisions of Regulation (EC) 1191/2010.

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Under the full cost recovery system the 10-year government bond rates were used as a reference for the determination of the return on equity. However, under the new EU regulations and the departure from the existing system, a risk premium is accrued above this rate, taking into account the actual financial risk. In the case of BULATSA, the direct application of the CAPM is limited, since BULATSA is a state-owned enterprise and its capital is not divided into shares traded on the Bulgarian Stock Exchange. Nevertheless, market surveys have been performed on the bonds issued and traded at the Bulgarian Stock Exchange. It is to be noted that the maturity of the biggest part of these bonds is up to five years and the respective yield to maturity, as well as the current yield range between 6% and 10%. The latest sovereign credit rating of Bulgaria is BBB (or equivalent). The latest data for the long-term risk-free bond for Bulgaria is around 5.3-5.4%. A survey of the current benchmark spread to be borne by non-financial institutions is above the risk-free rate was made. At the time the national performance plan has been developed, the 7-10 years benchmark spread for BBB EUR-denominated corporate bonds was about 150-155 basis points, while the 10+-year benchmark spread was slightly above 200 basis points. Taking into account these data, the minimum cost of equity for Bulgaria has been determined at 7%. This is the one used for RP1. The very latest data show that the spread has widened. The justification of return on equity applied in RP1 was accepted in the National Performance Plan without additional comments.

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services;

The criteria used to allocate costs between en-route and terminal services are as defined in EUROCONTROL Principles, article 2.5. These comprise the criteria listed in article 2.3 of the former EUROCONTROL Doc. No. 07.60.01, such as: in proportion to the number of dedicated controller positions, in proportion to the number of dedicated sectors, in proportion to the average distance flown or time spent, etc.

6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration;

MET service has been provided internally, as a part of BULATSA. The methodology described above is not applicable to BULATSA costs.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Bulgaria Year: 2013

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones;

MET service has been provided internally, as a part of BULATSA. The methodology described above is not applicable to BULATSA costs. Historical information on BULATSA MET costs is contained in the ACE reports.

8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n - 1;

2011 is the last year of application of the full cost-recovery method. The 2011A en-route cost base amounts to BGN 138,804K, being higher by BGN 2,798K (+2.1%) compared to 2010 enroute cost base of BGN 136,006K. En-route staff costs are slightly higher than planned (+113K or 0.01%) but matched the planned ones. In 2011 staff costs were optimized mainly due to a reorganization of the usage of paid leaves. As to the operating costs there were realized savings in materials costs, as well as the budget for external services costs was not fulfilled, while the other operating costs (missions, local taxes, etc.) were above planned levels. The main reason for that was the relocation of the real time simulation of the DANUBE FAB airspace from Budapest to Paris, where it was more expensive to perform it. The major parts of these costs were related to public procurement procedures. The latter last longer than expected and sometimes their completion is delayed in time, as they are subject to further control from state institutions. The levels of control in the public sector in 2009 were increased due to the development of the financial crisis. In the same time a public procurement procedure cannot be started if the financial means had not been planned. As a consequence the budgeted costs are rolled over in time and thus the planned and actual operating costs are usually subject to bigger fluctuations. The 2011 operating costs were higher by 14.3% in comparison with 2010. Due to the longer than initially planned time for the preparation of capital expenditure to certain investments, the planned en-route depreciation costs were by 10.8% lower than the planned ones. The actual interest costs were also slightly below the plan due to lower average operating capital.

9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan;

BULATSA costs All data provided correspond to the Revised National Performance Plan in the beginning of 2012 to the European Commission (NPP). Traffic forecast for the period 2012 2014, which was revised upwards; while the 2012 determined costs were revised downwards, the 2013 and 2014 determined costs remained unchanged.

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The en-route charging zone has remained unchanged. It encompasses the airspace of LBSR and LBWR (Sofia and Varna FIR respectively) for which a single cost base and a single unit rate was established. In 2008 the two FIRs were unified into a single Sofia FIR. The determined costs estimate of the ANSP en-route costs in 2013 amount to BGN 158,115K. This is an increase of 5.3% compared to the 2012 en-route cost base. Staff costs The basic principles for planning the level of staff costs through RP1 are the one the same for all the years contained in RP1: Salaries, being the major component of staff costs, should reflect the level productivity Staff costs should take into account level of inflation Staff costs are to be optimized by allocating staff so as to meet better supply and demand of ANS. The 2013 salaries were planned with slight increase in comparison with the 2012 ones. For the first reference period remuneration costs are planned to grow by 2.5% on average by 2014, taking 2010 as a base. These are to be optimised in RP1 by restructuring service provision and improved control on the usage of paid leaves. This growth is below the expected level of inflation in RP1. Besides that, we expect also increase in ATCO and staff productivity. In MayJune 2012 a new collective labour agreement (NCLA) was negotiated, where the conditions for personnel employment, movement, reductions, etc. were renegotiated for the period June 2012May 2014. Negotiations were concluded successfully and the targets set by the management were met. We also expect slight increase in the social security costs. They depend on the maximum social security income, established annually by the government, the percentage for social security contribution and the ratio for sharing of these costs between employer and employees. It is also to be noted that this type of costs is deemed to be uncontrollable as defined in the NPP for RP1. The social benefits have been frozen for the last 2 years. Social benefits are planned to increase due to the increase of fuel and food stuff allowances. This development stem from the prices of these underlying items. Further optimization will be sought in order to restructure staff costs; however, this is subject to ongoing negotiations with trade unions. Operating costs Operating costs are planned with a 9.3% increase in comparison with 2012 level. Above there were shown the reasons for the bigger fluctuations between actual and planned operating costs, mainly related to roll over effects. The main drivers for the expected increase are the expected higher costs for materials (including electricity prices), external services costs such as insurance costs, postponed training of staff and training of staff in relation to the delivery of new assets and equipment, procurement of consultancy services related to the DANUBE FAB, higher security costs, an increase in the local taxes and charges costs, purchase of specialized consultancy services, etc. Further analysis on the possibilities for optimisation of these costs is in progress. Depreciation costs The depreciation costs are being calculated under the historic costs method. Following BULATSA investment cycle, depreciation costs are expected to increase by 14.3% in comparison with 2012. The main investments during RP1 are planned to be replacement of radars, new DME equipment, upgrades of the ATM system, etc. These are further detailed in the National Performance Plan.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Bulgaria Year: 2013

Interest costs The return on equity for RP1, including 2013 is planned to be 7% (the detailed explanations are presented in revised NPP). NSA costs NSA has been financed by the state budget. However, from 2012 onwards, the activity of the NSA will be financed through the cost base. These costs are included in the National Performance Plan, as well as they were consulted with IATA. The biggest cost item is the staff costs, followed by the other operating costs. The total amount of the 2013 en-route NSA costs is BGN 1,505 K, which is a 2.9% increase in comparison to 2012, as foreseen in the NPP for RP1. 2011 Balance from the adjustment mechanism The 2011 is the last year of application of the full cost recovery method. As result from the deviations stemming from the planned vs. actual costs and levels of service units, the balance under the adjustment mechanism id BGN 31,390K. This amount is to be returned to the airspace users through the chargeable unit rate in 2013 and the subsequent years. States applying the determined cost method are allowed to spread the recovery of the balance for the years up to 2011 for more than one year, subject to the provisions of article 3.2.2 of the EUROCONTROL Principles. In order to smooth the impact of the 2011 over-recovery over the chargeable unit rate, we are planning to return the 2011 balance to the users: In 2013 : BGN 22,500K In 2014: BGN 8,890K The expected outcome of this plan is; to reduce the chargeable en-route unit rate in 2013 for tenth consecutive year, starting from 2004 to create prerequisites possibly to smooth the variation in the 2014 chargeable en-route unit rate The amount of BGN 22,500K carried over to the year 2013 was calculated based on the chargeable service units and chargeable costs. After adjustment on the basis of total service units and total costs, it equals to BGN 22,727K, the exact figure is contained in the Table 2 (for the ANSP). Unit rate The estimate for the 2013 basic unit rate is EUR 36.34, being by EUR 0.08 (-0.22%) lower compared to the 2012 one.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Bulgaria Year: 2013

1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

Only one en-route charging zone is established in the controlled airspace of Bulgaria. The enroute charging zone is identified with the Sofia FIR.

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

Service units forecast, as defined in the National Performance Plan A. General 1. The en-route service units generated in the Bulgarian airspace stem from aircraft flying through the airspace over the territory of Bulgaria and over the High Seas, for which responsibility has been delegated to the Republic of Bulgaria by ICAO, as well as from international and domestic arrivals and departures in the airspace outside the 20 km zone around the airports. The structure of the service units generated by these two major types of traffic has been relatively stable over the years. The overflights generate about 95% of the total en-route service units, while the en-route service units related to international and domestic arrivals and departures generate the remaining 5%. 2. The overflying traffic consists of five main two-way flows, as follows: Turkey; Middle East (ICAO Zone O); Far East (ICAO zones V and W); Greece, Cyprus and Israel; North-East Africa. 3. The annual correlations between the volumes of these flows vary significantly over the length of the period analysed, starting from 1998. This outcome shows that each flow is influenced by specific events related to these destinations and follows its own pattern of development. However, it is to be noted that the correlations for the period 1998 2010 between these flows have been increasing, except for the flow to/from the Far East (ICAO zones V and W). While the other four flows have grown at a different pace during this 13-year period, the latter has recorded a continuous decrease (about 60% and is further declining). 4. More details for the adoption of the traffic and service units scenario of the Revised NPP during RP1 are presented in this document. 5. The optimizations in the route network. This fact has a positive effect on the flight efficiency; however it leads to a less than proportionate growth in the service units in comparison with the traffic growth, especially it there are traffic deviations related to middle and long range flights, where heavier aircraft are used. 6. On the graph below is presented the development of the ratio of the service units generated per 1 overflying aircraft, since 1998. This graph suggests a decrease in the average weight factor and stabilization in the latest years at its lowest levels of about 4 4.1. Taking into account the forecast for the development of the overflying traffic, as well as the shortening of the routes due to the implementation of FABs, this trend will most probably continue and the average annual value of this ratio is expected to be around 4.0 in RP1. This ratio has its lowest values in the summer, when it drops even below this value.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Bulgaria Year: 2013

Fig. 1 Ratio service units generated per one overflying flight B. Outcome in 2011 1. In 2011 there were some unexpected developments, such as: 1.1. The opening of a new route through the Syrian airspace on 07 April 2011 provided a shorter eastbound option for the destinations between north-west Europe and the Persian Gulf. This resulted in an increase of the traffic flying from North-West Europe to the Persian Gulf, while it remained unchanged in the opposite direction. This has shifted eastbound traffic to this area and provided for an unexpected service units increase. 1.2. The problems with ATCOs in some neighbouring states have lead to unexpected shift of traffic through our airspace an increase of about 25.5 % of the service units generated by overflying traffic in September 2011 and 19.4% in October 2011 in comparison with the last year levels. 1.3. Due to the unrest in North-East Africa (Egypt and Tunisia) the flow to that destination has dropped significantly. It was partially offset due to a shift of tourists to/from these destinations to Turkey. 1.4. The moderate increase of the service units generated by arrivals and departures in the first 9 months of 2011 was followed by a drop in the last quarter of 2011. 1.5. The result was an increase of the service units generated by overflights above forecast. C. Traffic forecast in 2012, 2013 and 2014 1. The baseline for the 2012 forecast and by the end of RP1 is the data by May 2011. The grounds for this are the following: 1.1. The issuance of STATFOR forecast in May 2011 against which the NPPs have been assessed; 1.2. The reasons outlined in items B1.1 to B1.4 above, which have lead to an unusual traffic flows shifts, which in our opinion cannot be taken into account as a reliable base for planning; 2. Further to the decomposition of the figures provided in item 4 below, our forecast for service units corresponds to the following numbers of overflying aircraft during RP1: 2.1. 2012 466 152 2.2. 2013 483 600 2.3. 2014 501 048

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which corresponds to 3.89% of the annual average growth using 2010 as a base, assuming also no further decreases of the ratio SU/overflying flight. The statistical method used is the Box-Jenkins procedure. The STATFOR baseline forecast in our opinion corresponds to 4.62%, which might be slightly optimistic. 3. The level of service units generated by arrivals and departures has relatively small impact on the total picture, but from the beginning of 2012 we are accounting for a decrease in their value (international arrivals and departures decreased by around 5% by October 2012). 4. The following risks were taken into account in RP1, when establishing the service units forecast and these are to be used as a correction of the statistical data: The trends of development of the average weight and distance factors; Shortening of the routes due to DANUBE FAB route network; The growing concerns on debt crisis over the entire European Economic Area and in particular in some of the countries in the Balkan region, combined with the political instability in North-East Africa suggest that most probably a more moderate optimism on the traffic growth through our airspace is appropriate, so as to adjust the normal trend of traffic growth expectations. According to the discussions at the RDNGS in EUROCONTROL, if the traffic flies the shortest routes, we may lose about 10% of the current traffic levels. It has been observed that capacity problems at the border between Iraq and Turkey, as well as avoidance of the Syrian airspace, had lead to deviation of some of the traffic to/from the Persian Gulf. 5. Taking all this into account in RP1 and following our statistical models, we intend to adopt the following traffic forecast: SU in 2012 1,966,102 SU in 2013 2,043,942 SU in 2014 2,117,995 As result of our 2013 estimates on service units we are expecting a level of 2,043,942 total service units, including 2,023,503 chargeable ones. This gives us more confidence that the forecasted levels recorded in the revised NPP are the appropriate ones.

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs;

The policy of exemptions is contained in the AIP of Bulgaria. The main category of exempted flights (generating more than 90% of the en-route service units) is the military flights. The costs for exempted flights are covered by the internal tax of EUROCONTROL.

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4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist;

Under the DANUBE FAB Project, 50% financing of the planned activities was approved by the EU TEN-T Agency. Up to now, the; 2008 and 2009 costs incurred by BULATSA for that project were partially approved by the TEN-T Agency amount of BGN 371K was included in the reporting tables for the calculation of the 2010 adjustment mechanism; 2010 costs incurred by BULATSA for that project were partially approved by the TEN-T Agency the amount of BGN 198K was included in the reporting tables for the calculation of the 2011 adjustment mechanism. The costs stated here, correspond to the amount approved for the time being.

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

No incentives are applied on the ANSP.

6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

Detailed description on this item has been provided in the National Performance Plan.

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

N/A

8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years;

As defined in the EC regulations. The 2011 income from other sources in the amount of BGN 198K was taken into account, when calculating the adjustment mechanism. This amount corresponds to the financing of FAB activities by the European Commission.

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ADJUSTMENT MECHANISM
Organisation: Charging zone: Consolidated Bulgaria - Route Year 2013

2008 A Balance to be carried over (in '000 BGN) Charges billed to users 156185 2.6% Total costs for the zone(1) 144294 11.6% EUROCONTROL Costs 9 518 7.8% Income from other sources 0

2009 A

2010 A

2011 A

2012 F

2013 P

2014 P

152169 -2.6% 144291 0.0% 8 581 -9.8% 0

152393 0.1% 136006 -5.7% 9 019 5.1% 371

154825 1.6% 138804 2.1% 8 115 -10.0% 198

140139 -9.5% 152364 9.8% 8 192 1.0% 0

165692 18.2% 158115 3.8% 7 988 -2.5% 0

167018 0.8% 159480 0.9% 8 074 1.1% 0

Cost of exempted VFR flights

Cost of exempted IFR flights

1 261 21.3%

1 142 -9.5% 1 142 -9.5% 21 227

1 482 29.7% 1 482 29.7% 10 462

1 621 9.4% 1 621 9.4% 21 665

1 599 -1.4% 1 599 4.8% 19 682

1 676 4.8% 1 676 0.9% 22 500

1 691 0.9% 1 691 0.9% 8 890

Costs of exempted flights

1 261 21.3%

Amounts carried over to year (i)

6 827

Balance of year (i)

10 462

21 665

19 682

31 390

2008 A Carry over of under / over recoveries (in '000 BGN) Balance Year 2004 6 662 Balance Year 2005 6 040 Balance Year 2006 6 827 Balance Year 2007 21 227 Balance Year 2008 10 462 Balance Year 2009 21 665 Balance Year 2010 0 Balance Year 2011 0 Amounts carried over to year (i) 6 827 (1) Adjustment total service units 6 827 6 827

2009 A

2010 A

2011 F

2012 F

2013 P

2014 P

21 227

10 462

21 665

19 682

21 227 21 227

10 462 10 570

21 665 21 849

19 682 19 845

0 22 727

0 8 980

Amounts carried over to year (i) x total service units/chargeable service units

CROATIA

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Croatia 2013finaldata

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 246 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 127 1.3Depreciation 50 1.4Costofcapital 5 1.5Exceptionalitems 0 1.6Totalcosts 428 Total%n/n1 14.0% Staff%n/n1 2.1% Otherop.%n/n1 52.2% 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 237 2.2Communication 60 2.3Navigation 19 2.4Surveillance 19 2.5Searchandrescue 0 2.6AeronauticalInformation 36 28 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 5 2.9OtherStatecosts 25 2.10Totalcosts 428 Total%n/n1 14.0% ATM%n/n1 3.6% CNS%n/n1 5.1%

263 126 44 5 0 438 2.4% 6.9% 0.9%

312 132 53 20 0 518 18.2% 18.8% 5.0%

311 135 57 23 0 526 1.6% 0.2% 2.0%

328 141 63 18 0 550 4.5% 5.2% 4.6%

339 146 71 18 0 573 4.3% 3.5% 3.0%

351 150 78 8 0 586 2.3% 3.5% 3.2%

363 155 78 8 0 604 2.9% 3.5% 3.2%

376 159 78 8 0 620 2.7% 3.5% 2.5%

253 45 21 17 0 40 28 7 26 438 2.4% 7.1% 14.5%

314 53 23 18 0 44 34 7 25 518 18.2% 23.8% 13.6%

305 55 25 20 4 48 32 9 27 526 1.6% 2.7% 6.0%

318 57 26 21 4 51 34 10 29 550 4.5% 4.2% 4.2%

332 60 28 22 4 53 35 10 30 573 4.3% 4.6% 4.6%

339 61 28 23 4 54 37 11 30 586 2.3% 2.1% 2.1%

349 63 29 23 4 55 38 11 31 604 2.9% 2.9% 2.9%

359 64 30 24 5 57 39 11 30 620 2.7% 2.9% 2.9%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 452 462 557 568 586 640 640 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.3Netcurrentassets 230 299 265 270 277 286 296 3.4Totalassetbase 682 761 822 839 863 926 936 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 0.8% 0.7% 2.5% 2.7% 2.1% 1.9% 0.8% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.4% 1.1% 2.3% 3.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 100.0 102.3 105.4 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 428 438 506 499 Total%n/n1 11.4% 2.4% 15.5% 1.3% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 428 438 518 526 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0 0 0 0 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 428 438 518 526

640 0 308 948 0.8%

640 0 308 948 0.8%

3.5% 109.1 504 0.9%

3.5% 112.9 508 0.8%

3.5% 116.8 502 1.2%

3.5% 120.9 499 0.6%

3.5% 125.1 496 0.7%

550 0 550

573 0 573

586 0 586

604 0 604

620 0 620

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000HRKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSP Croatia CCL 2013finaldata

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 223 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 93 1.3Depreciation 48 1.4Costofcapital 5 1.5Exceptionalitems 0 1.6Totalcosts 370 Total%n/n1 3.9% Staff%n/n1 0.4% Otherop.%n/n1 14.8% 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 237 2.2Communication 60 2.3Navigation 19 2.4Surveillance 19 2.5Searchandrescue 36 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts 370 Total%n/n1 3.9% ATM%n/n1 3.6% CNS%n/n1 5.1%

238 92 43 5 0 377 2.0% 6.3% 1.7%

282 98 52 20 0 452 19.9% 18.7% 7.1%

279 98 56 22 0 454 0.4% 1.2% 0.7%

292 101 62 18 0 473 4.2% 5.0% 3.9%

303 105 70 17 0 495 4.6% 3.5% 3.5%

313 109 76 7 0 505 2.1% 3.5% 3.5%

324 112 76 7 0 520 2.9% 3.5% 3.5%

336 116 76 7 0 535 2.9% 3.5% 3.5%

253 45 21 17 40

314 53 23 18 44

305 55 25 20 48

318 57 26 21 51

332 60 28 22 0 53

339 61 28 23 0 54

349 63 29 23 0 55

359 64 30 24 0 57

377 2.0% 7.1% 14.5%

452 19.9% 23.8% 13.6%

454 0.4% 2.7% 6.0%

473 4.2% 4.2% 4.2%

495 4.6% 4.6% 4.6%

505 2.1% 2.1% 2.1%

520 2.9% 2.9% 2.9%

535 2.9% 2.9% 2.9%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 452 461 556 565 582 636 636 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.3Netcurrentassets 230 274 230 235 235 235 235 3.4Totalassetbase 682 736 786 800 817 871 871 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 0.7% 0.6% 2.5% 2.8% 2.1% 2.0% 0.8% 3.6Returnonequity 4.5% 6.3% 6.3% 6.3% 6.3% 6.3% 6.3% 3.7Averageinterestondebts 4.5% 3.2% 3.8% 3.5% 4.5% 4.5% 4.5% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.4% 1.1% 2.3% 3.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 100.0 102.3 105.4 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 370 377 442 431 Total%n/n1 1.5% 2.0% 17.2% 2.5% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 370 377 452 454 0.000 0.000 0.000 0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 370 377 452 454

636 0 235 871 0.8% 6.3% 4.5%

636 0 235 871 0.8% 6.3% 4.5%

3.5% 109.1 434 0.7%

3.5% 112.9 438 1.0%

3.5% 116.8 432 1.4%

3.5% 120.9 430 0.6%

3.5% 125.1 427 0.5%

473 0 473

495 0 495

505 0 505

520 0 520

535 0 535

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000HRKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METServiceprovider Croatia METCCL 2013finaldata

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 19 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 7 1.3Depreciation 1 1.4Costofcapital 1 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts 28 Total%n/n1 45.9% Staff%n/n1 17.7% Otherop.%n/n1 227.3% 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 28 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts 28 Total%n/n1 45.9% ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

20 7 1 1 28 0.0% 7.0% 7.9%

25 8 1 0 34 19.4% 21.5% 17.4%

24 7 1 1 32 4.8% 3.5% 12.2%

25 7 1 0 34 3.7% 5.0% 0.2%

26 7 1 1 35 4.0% 3.5% 3.5%

27 8 2 1 37 4.8% 3.5% 3.5%

28 8 2 1 38 3.3% 3.5% 3.5%

29 8 2 1 39 3.3% 3.5% 3.5%

28

34

32

34

35

37

38

39

28 0.0%

34 19.4%

32 4.8%

34 3.7%

35 4.0%

37 4.8%

38 3.3%

39 3.3%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.4% 1.1% 2.3% 3.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 100.0 102.3 105.4 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 28 28 33 31 Total%n/n1 42.5% 0.0% 16.7% 7.5% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 28 28 34 32 5.1Totalcosts 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 28 28 34 32

3.5% 109.1 31 0.2%

3.5% 112.9 31 0.5%

3.5% 116.8 31 1.2%

3.5% 120.9 31 0.2%

3.5% 125.1 31 0.2%

34 0.000 34

35 0.000 35

37 0.000 37

38 0.000 38

39 0.000 39

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000HRKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename StateNSA Croatia CCAA 2013finaldata

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

3 26 0 0 30

5 28 0 0 33 8.9% 47.9% 4.1%

5 26 0 0 32 2.4% 12.2% 5.0%

6 29 0 0 36 13.8% 21.0% 12.7%

7 32 0 0 39 8.1% 18.3% 7.1%

8 32 0 0 40 1.7% 3.5% 1.2%

8 33 0 0 41 2.5% 3.5% 2.3%

8 33 0 0 42 2.5% 3.5% 2.3%

8 33 0 0 42 0.3% 3.5% 1.3%

5 25 30

7 26 33 8.9%

7 25 32 2.4%

9 27 36 13.8%

10 29 39 8.1%

10 30 40 1.7%

11 30 41 2.5%

11 31 42 2.5%

11 30 42 0.3%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 1 1 3 4 4 4 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.3Netcurrentassets 25 35 35 42 51 61 3.4Totalassetbase 26 36 39 46 55 65 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 1.4% 1.1% 0.8% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 3.6Returnonequity 6.3% 6.3% 6.3% 6.3% 6.3% 6.3% 3.7Averageinterestondebts 3.2% 3.8% 3.5% 4.5% 4.5% 4.5% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.4% 1.1% 2.3% 3.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 100.0 102.3 105.4 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 30 33 31 34 Total%n/n1 8.9% 4.6% 10.5% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 30 33 32 36 0 0 0 0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 30 33 32 36

4 0 73 77 0.0% 6.3% 4.5%

4 0 73 77 0.0% 6.3% 4.5%

3.5% 109.1 36 4.4%

3.5% 112.9 35 1.8%

3.5% 116.8 35 0.9%

3.5% 120.9 35 0.9%

3.5% 125.1 33 3.7%

39 0 39

40 0 40

41 0 41

42 0 42

42 0 42

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000HRKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename StateSAR Croatia NPRD 2013finaldata

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

3 1

3 1

3 1

3 1

3 2

3 2

4 8.1% 1.0% 30.5%

4 3.5% 3.5% 3.5%

4 3.5% 3.5% 3.5%

4 3.5% 3.5% 3.5%

5 3.5% 3.5% 3.5%

4 8.1%

4 3.5%

4 3.5%

4 3.5%

5 3.5%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.4% 1.1% 2.3% 3.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 100.0 102.7 104.5 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 0 0 0 4 Total%n/n1 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 0 0 0 4

3.5% 106.3 4 6.2%

3.5% 108.2 4 1.7%

3.5% 110.1 4 1.7%

3.5% 112.0 4 1.7%

3.5% 112.0 4 3.5%

4 0 4

4 0 4

4 0 4

4 0 4

5 0 5

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000HRKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Unitratecalculation Croatia 2013finaldata

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Calculationofthenationalunitrate(Finaldatauntil2012Preliminarydatafrom2013inHRK) 1.1Totalcostspriortoded.ofVFRcosts(1) 427 429 453 526 550 573 1.2CostsofexemptedVFRflights(1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 2 2 2 2 1.3CostsofexemptedIFRflights 1.4Amountscarriedovertoyearn 5 2 11 6 1 5 1.5Incomefromothersources 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.6Chargeablecoststotal 430 428 441 518 547 577 %n/n1 12.8% 0.5% 3.0% 17.7% 5.6% 5.4% 1.7Totalserviceunits 1.27 1.41 1.57 1.80 1.76 1.83 1.26 1.40 1.57 1.79 1.76 1.82 1.8Chargeableserviceunits 1.9Unitratenat.currency1.6/1.8 340.00 305.59 293.87 289.47 311.43 317.05 %n/n1 10.6% 10.1% 3.8% 1.5% 7.6% 1.8% 1.10Exchangerate(Septembern1) 7.1177 7.3020 7.4347 7.4897 7.4174 7.4174 1.11Basicnationalrateineuro 47.77 41.85 40.34 38.65 41.99 42.74 %n/n1 13.6% 12.4% 3.6% 4.2% 8.6% 1.8% 2.Actual/forecastserviceunits(in'000000serviceunits) 2.1Totalserviceunits 1.30 1.45 %n/n1 2.2% 11.8% 2.1Chargeableserviceunits 1.29 1.45 %n/n1 2.2% 11.9%

586 0 2 5 0 590 2.3% 1.89 1.89 312.41 1.5% 7.4174 42.12 1.5%

604 0 2 5 0 607 2.9% 1.97 1.96 309.07 1.1% 7.4174 41.67 1.1%

620 0 2 5 0 624 2.7% 2.06 2.05 304.33 1.5% 7.4174 41.03 1.5%

1.63 8.5% 1.63 8.5%

1.80 9.9% 1.79 9.9%

1.76 1.9% 1.76 1.9%

1.83 3.6% 1.82 3.6%

1.89 3.8% 1.89 3.8%

1.97 4.0% 1.96 4.0%

2.06 4.3% 2.05 4.3%

3.Over()orunder(+)recoveriestobecarriedover('000000inHRK) Chargesbilledtousers 440 443 480 3.1Chargesbilledtousers Netactualcostschargeabletousers 3.2Totalcostspriorded.ofVFRcosts(2) 428 438 518 3.3CostofexemptedVFRflights(2) 0 0 0 2 1 1 3.4CostsofexemptedIFRflights 3.5Amountscarriedovertoyearn 5 2 11 3.6Incomefromothersources 2 8 0 3.7Chargeablecoststotal 429 431 506 Over()orunder(+)recovery 11 12 26 3.8Balancetobecarriedover 4.Carryoverofover()orunder(+)recoveries('000000inHRK) 4.1Balanceyear2003 0 0 4.2Balanceyear2004 0 0 0 4.3Balanceyear2005 0 0 0 4.4Balanceyear2006 5 0 0 4.5Balanceyear2007 5 5 0 4.6Balanceyear2008 2 0 2 4.7Balanceyear2009 11 0 0 4.8Balanceyear2010 12 0 4.9Balanceyear2011 26 4.10Balanceyear2012(3) 4.11Amountcarriedovertoyearn 5 2

518 526 0 2 6 0 518 0

547 550 0 2 1 0 547 0

577 573 0 2 5 0 577 0

590 586 0 2 5 0 590 0

607 604 0 2 5 0 607 0

624 620 0 2 5 0 624 0

0 0 0 0 11 0 0 11

0 0 0 0 6 0 6

0 0 0 6 5 1

0 0 0 5 5

0 0 5 5

5 5

5 5

5.Unitcost(TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts/Totalserviceunitsinnationalcurrency) 5.1Totalcosts3.2/Serviceunits2.1 329.62 301.97 316.81 292.92 311.97 314.18 5.2ANSPcomponentoftheunitcost 284.67 259.91 276.56 252.70 268.45 270.99 5.3METcomponentoftheunitcost 21.93 19.63 20.81 18.03 19.07 19.15 23.02 22.43 19.44 22.19 24.45 24.04 5.4NSA/SARStatecomponentoftheunitcos %n/n1 11.6% 8.4% 4.9% 7.5% 6.5% 0.7%

309.64 266.53 19.33 23.78 1.4%

306.40 263.74 19.20 23.46 1.0%

301.78 260.27 19.02 22.50 1.5%

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000HRKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsusedtocalculateunitratesforecastfromNarereportedfromTable1 (2)TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsCostdatareportedfromTable1 (3)Estimatedbalancefor2012

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Croatia Year: 2013


1.Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones; General Croatia en-route cost base includes the costs incurred by: CCL as ANSP CCL as MET service provider CCAA as National Supervisory Authority NPRD as SAR service provider CCL and MET The allocation method complies with Regulation 1191/2010, Eurocontrol Principles and ICAO European Regional Air Navigation Plan. The costs have been classified by geographic location and by activities and broken down to ATM, C, N, S and AIS. The following allocation keys have been used for cost allocation: ATM - (number of) ATCOs or ATCO-hours CNS - gross book value of the assets Corporate costs - number of staff ACC/APP and APP/TWR - (number of) ATCOs or ATCO-hours.

2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs); CCL and MET Such costs are incurred by the Contracting States in the en-route reporting tables for State NSA.

3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data; CCL and MET The useful life cycle of assets subject to depreciation has been determined taking into account: expected use of the assets, expected physical life i.e. wear and tear, technical and economical ageing / obsolescence resulting from modifications or improvements driven by the changes in market demand for the services provided by the assets concerned, as well as legal and similar restrictions concerning the use of the assets. Land and tangible assets under development are not subject to depreciation The depreciation of such tangible assets under development shall start upon their commissioning i.e. putting into operational use. CCL applies straight line depreciation method based on the expected economic benefits and consistent application from one reporting period to another.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Croatia Year: 2013

Fixed asset depreciation is based on the purchase value of each item of the fixed assets, at the following annual rates: Buildings Intangible assets and equipment, Computers, HW and SW Other non-specified assets 5% 14,28% 12,5%

4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity; CCL and MET The calculation of the cost of capital was based on the average NBV of the fixed assets in operation and current assets required for the provision of en-route services. For the calculation of the cost of capital, we have taken into account average rate of return on debt (loans) and rate of return on capital, corresponding to the interest rate applied on debenture bonds issued by the Croatian Government, with maturity period of 5 years. Parameters for the calculation of Weighted Average Cost of Capital ANSP Loan Source of Funding Percentage of Total Interest rate WACC 125,1 21,87% 3,82% 0,8354% Capital and reserves 446,9 78,13% 6,25% 4,8831 Total 572,0 100,0% 5,72%

The cost of capital calculation (in million HRK) - 2011. Actual 0,24 CCAA Value of fixed assets Value of current assets Capital employed (including cash, 1+2) Cash Capital employed (excluding cash, 3-4) Long term liabilities Capital and reserves Sum (6 + 7) 0,25 8,34 8,59 5,58 3,01 0,00 6,46 6,46

# 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Croatia Year: 2013


WACC Calculation Proportion of debt (6/8)% Proportion of debt (7/8)% Rates of return 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. On debt On equity Weighted average cost of capital Cost of capital for cost base including cash (3*13) Cost of capital for cost base excluding cash (5*13) 0,00% 6,25% 6,25% 0,54 0,19

9. 10.

0,00% 100,00%

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services; CCL and MET Costs are allocated between en-route and terminal according to the activities and services directly in CCL accounting system. Costs centres are defined in accordance with CCL organizational structure.

6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration; CCL and MET CCL has its own MET service, providing MET services exclusively to civil aviation and within a single charging zone. Some MET costs incurred at regional (small) airports are allocated to TWR. MET service costs are allocated to different operational units based on ATCO-hours.

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones; For the purpose of unit base calculation, only the MET core costs have been taken into account, broken down to staff costs, non-staff operating costs, depreciation and cost of capital.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Croatia Year: 2013

8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n - 1;

# 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Total cost - HRK Total costs - EUR Chargeable Cost - HRK Unit rate - HRK (3./7.) Unit rate - EUR Total service units (TSU) Chargeable service units (CSU) Inflation Exchange rate **

2011 Forecast (CER 93rd Session) 494.635.702 67.894.849 482.649.455 307,44 42,20 1.574.625 1.569.900 2,50% 7,28532

Actual 517.742.470 69.638.931 505.799.961 310,36 41,75 1.634.250 1.629.703 2,30% 7,43467

A/F 4,67% 2,57% 4,80% 0,95% -1,08% 3,79% 3,81% -0,2 p.p. 2,05%

Recorded increase of total costs actually incurred during 2011 over the values expected for 2011, was mostly due to: almost 4% of total service units generated in excess of the level expected, given the limited flexibility of total number of ATCOs and given the robust increase of actually generated chargeable service units during 2011 (supported by Action plan; some 16,5% in excess of the 2010 Actual level and some 4% over the 2011 expected level), a significant additional workload had to be delivered to airspace users, decreased standard for ATCOs total weekly hours on duty (as per results based on the independent external expert study) have resulted in need for additional hours on duty in excess of those regular, some incremental of more than HRK 21 million was incurred in relation to increased depreciation costs and in relation to unexpected provision for unused 2011 holiday allowances.

9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan. CCL and MET Planned 5-year costs are based on Croatia Control Five-Year Investment Plan for 2011-2015. The objectives of investments is new infrastructure, upgrades and human resources is to enable CCL to improve the quality of its services and achieves its performance targets set in the Performance Plan. The purpose of such improvements is to enhance CCLs performance in the areas of safety, flight efficiency, capacity and economic efficiency.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Croatia Year: 2013


The projects within the investment plan have be categorised as follows : -CroATMS upgrade projects hardware replacements and software upgrade to the core CroATMS system (36.019 mil EUR) -Infrastructure replacement projects Automatic Meteorological Station System (AMMS), Voice recording and Replay System (VRRS), NAV system upgrade, replacement of PSR and MSSR (16.080 mil EUR) -Compliance investment projects -Radar Data Sharing, Implementation of VHF digital data link network (VDL Mode 2), implementation of International Aeronautical Message Handling Service (AMHS), emergency system (8.300 mil EUR) -Performance investment projects Aeronautical Information Database, ACC/TMA VHF/UHF, CCL IP network-CART/IWAN, NMS , Business Information System (9.330 mil EUR).

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Croatia Year: 2013

1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones; Croatian airspace is a single charging zone with a single unit rate.

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units; Service units forecast is based on STATFOR short term forecast for 2012-2013 and Mediumterm forecast 2012-2017, base line scenario (SUF 3).

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs; CCL and MET By its Regulation Establishing Route and Terminal Charges, the Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure exempted the following flights : 1. 2. 3. flights performed by aircraft of which the maximum take-off weight authorised is less than two metric tons; mixed VFR/IFR flights in the charging zones where they are performed exclusively under VFR and where a charge is not levied for VFR flights; flights performed exclusively for the transport, on official mission, of the reigning Monarch and his immediate family, Heads of State, Heads of Government and Government Ministers, provided that in all cases this must be substantiated by the appropriate status indicator in the flight plan; search and rescue flights authorised by the appropriate competent body; military flights performed by military aircraft of any country; training flights performed exclusively for the purpose of obtaining a license, or a rating in the case of cockpit flight crew, where this is substantiated by an appropriate remark in the flight plan; flights must be performed solely within the airspace of the Republic of Croatia and must not serve for the transport of passengers and/or cargo nor for positioning or ferrying of the aircraft; flights performed exclusively under VFR; humanitarian flights authorised by the appropriate competent body; flights performed exclusively for the purpose of checking or testing equipment used or intended to be used as ground aids to air navigation; flights terminating at the aerodrome from which the aircraft has taken off and during which no intermediate landing has been made (circular flights); Police and Customs flights.

4. 5. 6.

7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Exempted flights costs are not included in the cost base, in compliance with Eurocontrol Principles for the establishment of cost base for route charges and unit rate calculation.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Croatia Year: 2013

4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist; CCL and MET: No income from other sources is included in the en-route reporting tables.

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates; None.

6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives; CCL and MET Croatia Control 5-Year Business Plan for the period 2011-2015 provides recommendations for actions to be taken at operational and strategic levels. With a view to improving is performance, Croatia Control has been implementing the elements of its Action Plan aiming at the improvement of the performance of the Zagreb Area Control Centre, including in particular: Revisions of sectors configurations and identification configurations Timely opening of optimum sector configurations Determination of ACC Zagreb capacity of optimum sector

CCL's strategic objectives include in particular: optimization of airspace capacity optimization of cost of services implementation of and harmonisation with SES regulations and guidelines.

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services; CCL and MET The development of Eurocat system for air traffic control has been arranged within COOPANS programme in cooperation with Denmark, Ireland, Sweden and Austria.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Croatia Year: 2013

COOPANS initiative for cooperation of ANS providers is focused on harmonisation of functionalities and joint investment in the development of an advanced, unique ACT system with common functions and optimised costs throughout the life cycle. Benefits expected by Croatia Control include: ensured joint maintenance, ensured exchange of knowledge and experts, ensured joint integration of new Builds on a common platform, simplified Build commissioning procedures.

8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years; Aiming at unit rate stability and in regards to recorded 2011 under-recovery, assumed was maximum spread over the following five years starting 2013, resulting in 2013 net overrecovery.

CYPRUS

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Cyprus Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 15.0 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 17.8 1.3Depreciation 5.0 1.4Costofcapital 3.9 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.2 1.6Totalcosts 43.0 Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

18.5 18.9 5.8 4.1 0.0 47.3 10.0% 23.2% 5.8%

19.4 18.5 6.1 3.7 0.0 47.6 0.6% 4.8% 2.2%

19.3 19.1 6.7 3.7 0.0 48.8 2.5% 0.6% 3.6%

20.1 19.9 7.0 3.8 0.0 50.8 4.0% 4.0% 4.0%

16.1 19.9 5.3 3.6 0.0 44.9

19.0 15.9 5.9 3.6 0.0 44.5 0.9% 18.4% 20.1%

19.3 3.1 5.0 2.9 0.7 1.5 3.6 0.9 6.0 43.0

23.5 3.2 6.3 3.1 0.9 1.8 4.0 0.9 3.8 47.3 10.0% 21.7% 13.6%

22.8 2.7 4.5 2.1 4.2 1.8 4.0 0.9 4.7 47.6 0.6% 2.6% 25.3%

23.4 2.8 4.6 2.2 4.4 1.6 3.9 1.0 4.9 48.8 2.5% 2.3% 2.9%

24.3 2.9 4.8 2.3 4.6 1.7 4.0 1.0 5.1 50.8 4.0% 4.0% 4.0%

23.1 3.2 5.1 3.0 1.0 1.6 3.3 0.9 3.8 44.9

21.2 2.6 4.3 2.1 3.3 1.9 3.6 0.8 4.7 44.5 0.9% 7.9% 19.6%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 0.0 40.7 42.1 43.8 36.3 46.4 42.9 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 0.0 33.3 18.2 18.4 19.2 32.5 18.1 3.4Totalassetbase 0.0 74.0 60.3 62.2 55.5 78.9 61.0 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 5.5% 6.1% 5.9% 6.9% 4.6% 6.0% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.5% 3.4% 3.0% 3.0% 4.2PriceindexBase100in2009 102.5 106.0 109.2 112.4 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(2) 41.9 44.6 43.6 43.4 Total%n/n1 6.4% 2.3% 0.5% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 43.0 47.3 47.6 48.8 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(3) 43.0 47.3 47.6 48.8

3.0% 115.8 43.8 1.0%

2.5% 102.5 43.8

3.4% 106.0 42.0 4.1%

50.8 0.0 50.8

44.9 0.0 44.9

44.5 0.0 44.5

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)ForecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactualinflationrecordedbyEUROSTAT (2)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactualcostsinrealtermsbase100in2009 (3)Determinedcosts(afterdeductionofVFRcosts)reportedatline1.1ReportingTable2(innominalterms) *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName Cyprus DCAC ForecastCosts* Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012R* 2013R* 2014R* 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

9.5 13.3 4.8 3.3 0.9 31.8

13.1 15.4 5.6 3.6 0.0 37.8 18.8% 37.9% 16.4%

13.7 12.9 5.0 2.3 0.0 33.9 10.1% 4.1% 16.2%

13.4 13.3 5.6 2.3 0.0 34.6 1.9% 2.2% 2.8%

13.9 13.8 5.8 2.4 0.0 36.0 4.0% 4.0% 4.0%

11.4 16.1 5.1 3.3 0.0 35.9

13.4 11.5 4.9 2.3 0.0 32.2 10.4% 17.9% 28.4%

19.3 3.1 5.0 2.9 1.5

23.5 3.2 6.3 3.1 1.8

22.8 2.7 4.5 2.1 1.8

23.4 2.8 4.6 2.2 1.6

24.3 2.9 4.8 2.3 1.7

23.1 3.2 5.1 3.0 1.6

21.2 2.6 4.3 2.1 1.9

31.8

37.8 18.8% 21.7% 13.6%

33.9 10.1% 2.6% 25.3%

34.6 1.9% 2.3% 2.9%

36.0 4.0% 4.0% 4.0%

35.9

32.2 10.4% 7.9% 19.6%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 36.4 25.8 26.2 27.0 28.9 26.2 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 29.8 12.6 12.5 13.1 27.5 12.5 3.4Totalassetbase 66.2 38.4 38.7 40.1 56.4 38.6 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 5.5% 6.1% 6.1% 6.1% 5.8% 5.9% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.5% 3.4% 3.0% 4.2PriceindexBase100in2009 102.5 106.0 109.2 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(2) 31.0 35.6 31.1 Total%n/n1 14.9% 12.7%

3.0% 112.4 30.8 1.0%

3.0% 115.8 31.1 1.0%

2.5% 102.5 35.0

3.4% 106.0 30.3 13.3%

5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 31.8 37.8 33.9 34.6 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(3) 31.8 37.8 33.9 34.6

36.0 36.0

35.9 35.9

32.2 32.2

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)ForecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactualinflationrecordedbyEUROSTAT (2)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactualcostsinrealtermsbase100in2009 (3)Determinedcosts(afterdeductionofVFRcosts)reportedatline1.1ReportingTable2(innominalterms) *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METServiceprovidername Cyprus MET ForecastCosts* Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012F* 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

2.6 0.7 0.2 0.1 3.6

3.0 0.5 0.2 0.2 4.0 11.6% 15.5% 28.2%

3.0 0.7 0.1 0.1 4.0 0.6% 0.6% 54.5%

3.0 0.6 0.1 0.1 3.9 2.7% 0.4% 16.2%

3.2 0.6 0.1 0.1 4.0 4.0% 4.0% 4.0%

2.5 0.5 0.1 0.2 3.3

2.9 0.4 0.1 0.1 3.6 8.2% 16.2% 6.7%

3.6

4.0

4.0

3.9

4.0

3.3

3.6

3.6

4.0 11.6%

4.0 0.6%

3.9 2.7%

4.0 4.0%

3.3

3.6 8.2%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 2.4 0.2 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.2 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 2.0 1.9 1.8 1.9 3.0 1.7 3.4Totalassetbase 4.4 2.1 2.1 2.2 3.3 1.9 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 5.5% 6.0% 6.0% 6.0% 6.1% 6.0% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.5% 3.4% 3.0% 3.0% 4.2PriceindexBase100in2009 102.5 106.0 109.2 112.4 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(2) 3.5 3.7 3.7 3.4 Total%n/n1 7.9% 2.4% 5.5% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 3.6 4.0 4.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(3) 3.6 4.0 4.0

3.0% 115.8 3.5 1.0%

2.5% 102.5 3.2

3.4% 106.0 3.3 4.6%

3.9 3.9

4.0 4.0

3.3 3.3

3.6 3.6

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)ForecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactualinflationrecordedbyEUROSTAT (2)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactualcostsinrealtermsbase100in2009 (3)Determinedcosts(afterdeductionofVFRcosts)reportedatline1.1ReportingTable2(innominalterms) *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename StateNSA Cyprus Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts(inc.ECTL) 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012F* 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

2.9 3.9 0.0 0.5 0.3 7.7

2.4 3.0 0.1 0.2 5.6 27.4% 18.3% 24.5%

2.7 4.8 0.9 1.2 9.7 73.9% 15.5% 61.8%

2.9 5.2 1.0 1.2 10.3 6.7% 6.7% 8.7%

3.0 5.4 1.0 1.3 10.7 4.0% 4.0% 4.0%

2.2 3.3 0.0 0.2 5.7

2.7 3.9 0.9 1.2 8.8 53.4% 23.4% 18.5%

0.9

4.2

4.4

4.6

1.0

3.3

0.9 6.0 7.7

0.9 3.8 5.6 27.4%

0.9 4.7 9.7 73.9%

1.0 4.9 10.3 6.7%

1.0 5.1 10.7 4.0%

0.9 3.8 5.7

0.8 4.7 8.8 53.4%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 1.9 16.5 16.0 16.5 0.2 17.3 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 1.5 3.8 4.1 4.2 3.1 3.3 3.4Totalassetbase 3.4 20.3 20.1 20.7 3.3 20.6 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 5.5% 6.0% 6.0% 6.0% 5.9% 6.0% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.5% 3.4% 3.0% 3.0% 4.2PriceindexBase100in2009 102.5 106.0 109.2 112.4 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(2) 7.5 5.2 8.9 9.2 Total%n/n1 29.8% 68.8% 3.6% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 7.7 5.6 9.7 5.1Totalcosts 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(3) 7.7 5.562 9.7

3.0% 115.8 9.3 1.0%

2.5% 102.5 5.6

3.4% 106.0 8.3 48.3%

10.3 10.3

10.7 10.7

5.7 5.7

8.8 8.8

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)ForecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactualinflationrecordedbyEUROSTAT (2)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactualcostsinrealtermsbase100in2009 (3)Determinedcosts(afterdeductionofVFRcosts)reportedatline1.1ReportingTable2(innominalterms) *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Cyprus Consolidationallentities Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 39.4 30.10 21.55 2.71 5.85 30.10 0.0 50.7 35.22 28.61 2.75 3.86 35.22 0.0 49.0 37.51 27.44 2.95 7.12 37.51 0.0 49.6 37.57 25.59 3.42 8.55 37.57 0.0 51.4 38.32 26.86 3.23 8.23 38.32 11.2 9.5 13.7 14.2 14.8 31.8 37.8 33.9 34.6 36.0 1.310 1.352 103.2% 1.440 1.347 93.6% 1.305 1.320 1.340 43.0 2.5% 47.3 3.4% 47.6 3.0% 48.8 3.0% 50.8 3.0%

3.6 28.2

3.4 41.2

1.9 35.8

0.8 33.8

0.0 36.0

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

0.0 11.2

0.0 9.5

0.5 13.1

1.6 15.8

0.6 15.4

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Cyprus ANSPname:DCAC Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 31.8 37.8 33.9 34.6 36.0 1.310 1.352 103.2% 1.440 1.347 93.6% 1.305 1.320 1.340 31.8 2.5% 2.5% 37.8 3.4% 3.4% 33.9 3.0% 34.6 3.0% 36.0 3.0%

3.6 28.2

3.4 41.2

1.9 35.8

0.8 33.8

36.0

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

28.2 21.55

41 28.61

35.81 27.44

33.78 25.59

35.99 26.86

21.55

28.61

27.44

25.59

26.86

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Cyprus StateNSA Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 7.7 5.85 0.0 5.6 3.86 0.0 9.3 7.12 0.0 11.3 8.55 0.0 11.0 8.23 7.7 5.6 9.7 10.3 10.7 1.310 1.440 1.305 1.320 1.340 7.7 2.5% 5.562 3.4% 9.7 3.0% 10.3 3.0% 10.7 3.0%

0.0 7.7

0.0 5.6

0.4 9.3

1.0 11.3

0.3 11.0

5.85

3.86

7.12

8.55

8.23

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Cyprus METServiceprovidername:Met Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 3.6 2.71 0.0 4.0 2.75 0.0 3.8 2.95 0.0 4.5 3.42 0.0 4.3 3.23 3.6 4.0 4.0 3.9 4.0 1.310 1.440 1.305 1.320 1.340 3.6 2.5% 4.0 3.4% 4.0 3.0% 3.9 3.0% 4.0 3.0%

0.0 3.6

0.0 4.0

0.140 3.8

0.640 4.5

0.300 4.3

2.71

2.75

2.95

3.42

3.23

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Cyprus Year: 2013


1. Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones;

There are three entities whose costs are included in the cost base: 1. The Department of Civil Aviation of Cyprus (DCAC) is a certified organisation which provides Air Navigation Services in the Nicosia FIR and the two International Airports, Larnaca and Pafos. The DCAC is a Governmental Department falling under the control of the Ministry of Communications & Works. It is basically managed by the Government and financed by the State Budget. The DCAC uses an analytical model which separates costs by nature and by cost centre and allocates them to the four institutional sectors of the Department (Headquarters, ANSP, SRU and Airports and Air Transport). The ANSPs costs are allocated to the different Air Navigation Services, ATM, CNS and AIS, based on the following criteria: - in accordance with activities or tasks performed; - in proportion to the personnel employed; - in accordance with the assets / projects employed to the several Air Navigation Services. 2. The Meteorological Service of Cyprus is another Governmental Department falling under the control of the Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environment, that provides MET services in Cyprus territory. The Meteorological Service is a certified organisation for providing MET Air Navigation Services and there is a signed Service Level Agreement (SLA) between DCAC and MET. The Meteorological Service, based on the SLA, allocates to the DCAC the costs incurred for the provision of ANS. The State-NSA, which is comprised of the SAR, NSA and State costs. Each service is provided by different Governmental Departments that each of them has its own cost centre. State costs include the administrative costs of the Ministry Communication and Works. The National Supervision Authority (NSA), which is responsible for the supervision of the ANSP, MET and CNS, has its own cost centre with the related administrative costs. The NSA costs are reported as Supervisory Costs. The NSA although operates under the DCAC, is Functional Separated from the Department. The Search and Rescue Coordination Centre providing SAR, falls under the Ministry of Defence. The 50% of the Centres costs are allocated to the DCAC mainly due to the size of the FIR and the location of Larnaca Airport which makes SARs operations very difficult and complicate. As it will be explained below, there is only one charging zone.

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Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Cyprus Year: 2013

2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs);

The costs incurred by the Contracting State include: The share of Cyprus to the Eurocontrol cost-base is reported under Other State costs. The administrative costs of the Ministry Of Communications and Works and other Governmental Departments and Authorities which provide services to the ANSP. The costs of the National Supervisory Authority. The costs of the Cyprus Search and Rescue Coordination Centre. The SAR costs apportioned to the Civil Aviation by 50% (40% for En-Route).

3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

The depreciation costs are being calculated under the historic cost method. Assets are depreciated in accordance with their expected operating life, using the straight-line method. The expected operating life of Assets is in compliance with the EUROCONTROL Principles.

4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity;

The DCAC is a Governmental Department, having a Budgetary Policy working on a cash basis system. Investments made on assets and projects are paid through the State Budget and there is no equity capital for the DCAC. For the calculation of the cost of capital, the DCAC uses the average net book value of fixed assets in operation or under construction and the average value of the net current assets that are required for the provision of air navigation services. The weighted average cost of capital used is 6% calculated on the total capital employed.

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services;

The costs are allocated, according to the activities or tasks performed and the personnel employed for the provision of each service, between en-route and terminal services. Each cost type is allocated between en route and terminal services based on the following criteria: in accordance with activities or tasks performed; in proportion to the personnel employed; in proportion to the average distance flown or time; in accordance to the assets / projects employed to each service, terminal or en route.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Cyprus Year: 2013


6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration;

MET Air Navigation Services are provided by the Meteorological Service of Cyprus, a Governmental Department falling under the control of the Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environment. A Service Level Agreement is signed between Meteorological Service and DCAC, which states their relationship, the type of the provided services and the way these services will be provided. A great proportion of METs activities and functions in Cyprus, are related with Air Navigation Service which reaches the 80%. The separation of direct costs of meteorological services for ANS from the total MET costs consists in defining the costs of services, facilities and systems used exclusively to provide meteorological services for aviation. MET adopts the DCAC methodology for calculating all types of costs according to the provided services. The costs mainly included are related with salaries and pensions, operating costs, depreciation and cost of capital.

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones;

The allocation of MET costs to Civil Aviation is attributed according to the activities or tasks performed and also to the personnel employed for the ANS. As stated above, a percentage of 80% from the MET core costs are allocated to Civil Aviation and these are shared to en-route and terminal by 80%-20%.

8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n - 1;

The DCAC is a Governmental Department working in the framework of a State Budgetary policy and structure, where all its costs are included in the Governmental Budget. The DCAC prepares and submits each Budget in June which is finalised after the approval of the House of Parliament in December of each year. ANSPs are required, in contrast, to prepare and submit to the EUROCONTROL, the forecasted costs of the following year in October of each year. During the Governmental Budgetary process, mentioned above some of the forecasted costs are usually changed, thereby changing the cost base and creating differences between planned and actual figures. Traffic Actual Service Units were reduced by 6,5% than the forecasted. Costs Similarly, actual costs for the year 2011 are lower than the forecasted by 6% and the main reasons of this difference are the followings:

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Cyprus Year: 2013

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Some of the indicators used for the calculation of the forecasted costs, did not accomplished. Specifically, the 20 new ATCOs did not finish on the estimated time, in February but in August 2011, delaying the planned time for taking over responsibilities. Likewise there was a postponement of the commencement of the 14 new ATCOs training initially planned for 2011. Additionally, the planned recruitments of new engineers and technicians for the CNS Section and the new personnel for the NSA did not proceeded. Moreover the commencement into operation of the new Air Traffic Control Centre was postponed and therefore the huge office and maintenance expenses initially planned, were not occurred. Finally, some of the new projects for ATS were postponed for the coming years, slightly reducing the depreciation and the cost of capital as well. Beyond the cancellation of the planned recruitments, the freeze of employees salary increments from October 2011, due to the measures taken by the Government and formulated into a new Law, to reduce the economic recession that Cyprus economy faces. On the other hand, we had a small increase of the Governments contribution for pensions of the Public Servants by 4,15% i.e. from 30.35%, used in Nov. 2010, to 34,50%. This change is in accordance with the latest Actuarial Study of the Treasury of the Republic. SAR costs increase mainly because the Search and Rescue Coordination Centre is required to achieve its mission and fulfill its obligations in accordance with ICAOs standards, and, more specifically, to meet the minimum response time requirements, it relies on the availability of auxiliary services provided by other Governmental Departments and Services. Finally, operating expenses were also reduced by 3% in the general framework of Governmental measures adopted towards the economic recession.

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Result of 2011 Despite the above, the down-turn of the traffic, affecting the chargeable service unite, along with the large amount of under-recoveries, had an ended result the creation of a small underrecovery of 0,444 M.

9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan;

Although the Reporting Tables must not be amended, the DCAC would like to make some comments regarding the coming years. Due to the economic recession that Cyprus economy faces, the Government took fiscal measures, formulated a new Law stating that: a. the salaries of governmental employees will remain frozen for the years 2012 and 2013, b. no recruitment of new personnel will take place within the next years, c. State Budget is restricted with a general framework of reducing expenses by 10% on average, the years 2012 and 2013. This will affect both planned operating expenses and investments, d. the VAT increase by 2% affecting the operating cost items which are subject to the VAT. The above measures will have an effect in the planned tasks included in the business plan which are directly related with planned costs. The ANSP presents its revised tasks and objectives, in the Annual Plan of mid 2012 2013.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Cyprus Year: 2013


1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

There is only one en-route charging zone in Cyprus (Nicosia FIR).

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

The DCAC used to adopt the STATFORs forecasts. However, the recent experience of wrong forecasts, resulted that the DCAC to use its own historic and current data. Specifically, the growth factors taken from STATFOR are compared with historic data and traffic trends so as to calculate its own forecasted chargeable service units. It should be noted that Cyprus is in a vulnerable geopolitical environment which affects traffic. The political unrest prevailing in the Middle East and the North African states makes it difficult to predict how and to what extent traffic volume and patterns will be affected. In the unfortunate event that a situation similar to Libya develops in other states in the region over flight traffic through Nicosia FIR from /to the Middle East and the Far East will be greatly affected.

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs;

National Law applies the Commissions and EUROCONTROL Principles regarding exemptions. Costs are financed through Government budget.

4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist;

Not applicable.

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

No incentives are applied.

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6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

The ANSP plans to meet projected demand and performance objectives are described in the Cyprus National Performance Plan. The main highlights of the Plan are the followings: - more sectors will be put into operation; - equipment and technology improvements; - airspace improvements.

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

Not applicable.

8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years;

Cyprus Performance Plan was approved in September 2012 and therefore the unit rate of the first year of the first reference period should be recalculated on the basis of the final adopted plan. It should also be noted that the 2012 determined costs and service units of the Performance Plan, have been revised and this revision also applies to NSA and MET costs. Cyprus is required to adjust its costs and unit rate, for years 2012 and 2013, in t accordance with the revised Performance Plan. Therefore the first thing done was to show an applied unit rate value for 2012 which is the same as reported in November 2011. For each entity (ANSP, NSA, MET) an extra amount has been added to the amount carried over to 2012. This amount was deducted from the amount to be carried over to 2013. This is the second method proposed at the 96th session of the enlarged Committee: For the ANSP the amount to be deducted from Item 3.8 in order to get this result was calculated. This amount was added to 3.8 the following year. Details are shown in table below;
Correction of the 2012 Carry-over - ANSP Correc. 2012 Sum after cor. Origin. sum 1.270 0.909 0.909

For the NSA and MET we calculated the amount to be deducted from Item 4.5 in order to get this result. This amount is added to 4.5 the following year. Details are shown in the tables below:
Correction of the 2012 Carry-over - MET Correc. 2012 Sum after cor. Origin. sum -0.3400 0.8000 0.8000

Correction of the 2012 Carry-over - NSA Correc. 2012 Sum after cor. Origin. sum -0.7744 0.9000 0.9000

Table 2 shows the 2012 and 2013 unit rates as they were applied. The applied unit for 2012 remained unchanged (due to the change in determined costs and service units an adjustment has been made to the carryovers as explained above).

CZECH REPUBLIC

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities CzechRepublic Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 1216.8 583.3 499.6 125.6 19.5 2444.9 1361.6 567.4 475.3 165.3 1.0 2570.6 5.1% 11.9% 2.7% 1446.2 651.2 421.3 253.2 0.0 2771.9 7.8% 6.2% 14.8% 1502.6 656.5 462.8 258.5 0.0 2880.3 3.9% 3.9% 0.8% 1574.0 690.5 464.6 268.5 0.0 2997.7 4.1% 4.8% 5.2% 1315.2 551.3 479.8 177.4 16.9 2540.6 1411.2 547.0 450.4 189.2 1.0 2598.9 2.3% 7.3% 0.8%

2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 1308.3 179.4 86.2 550.7 18.9 41.8 53.8 14.8 191.0 2444.9 1799.3 183.5 103.4 190.6 21.4 52.7 54.9 22.6 142.3 2570.6 5.1% 37.5% 41.5% 1864.7 179.6 110.7 231.4 22.5 61.1 56.1 81.4 164.3 2771.9 7.8% 3.6% 9.3% 1894.7 216.0 118.0 252.3 23.0 66.8 57.3 84.6 167.6 2880.3 3.9% 1.6% 12.4% 1982.9 229.4 121.8 257.1 22.3 69.0 58.6 85.9 170.7 2997.7 4.1% 4.7% 3.8% 1757.5 182.4 98.9 168.2 21.5 54.4 59.3 13.7 184.6 2540.6 1834.7 185.6 97.0 179.0 22.3 58.5 57.6 22.8 141.4 2598.9 2.3% 4.4% 2.7%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 2820.8 2966.6 3081.7 3326.0 3466.2 2915.6 2923.3 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 315.8 340.0 533.9 364.6 367.1 632.9 859.8 3.4Totalassetbase 3136.6 3306.5 3615.6 3690.6 3833.3 3548.5 3783.1 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 4.0% 5.0% 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% 5.0% 5.0% 3.6Returnonequity 4.0% 5.0% 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% 5.0% 5.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.5% 2.1% 3.2% 2.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 101.5 103.6 106.9 109.1 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 2408.7 2480.5 2591.8 2640.4 Total%n/n1 3.0% 4.5% 1.9% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 2444.9 2570.6 2771.9 2880.3 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 12.8 12.3 13.5 14.0 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 2432.1 2558.4 2758.3 2866.4

2.0% 111.3 2694.1 2.0%

1.5% 101.5 2503.1

2.1% 103.6 2507.8 0.2%

2997.7 14.4 2983.3

2540.6 14.4 2526.3

2598.9 14.8 2584.1

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000CZKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName CzechRepublic ANSCR ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 1176.6 393.3 489.8 125.6 18.5 2203.8 1328.7 405.1 469.2 162.7 0.0 2365.7 7.3% 12.9% 3.0% 1398.5 415.3 414.6 250.0 2478.5 4.8% 5.3% 2.5% 1451.8 415.7 455.9 255.2 2578.6 4.0% 3.8% 0.1% 1522.4 445.1 457.6 265.2 2690.3 4.3% 4.9% 7.1% 1286.3 364.3 471.3 177.4 15.8 2315.2 1377.4 385.6 444.4 186.6 0.0 2393.9 3.4% 7.1% 5.8%

2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 1308.3 179.4 86.2 550.7 18.9 41.8 0.0 0.0 18.50 2203.8 1799.3 183.5 103.4 190.6 21.4 52.7 0.0 14.9 0.0 2365.7 7.3% 37.5% 41.5% 1864.7 179.6 110.7 231.4 22.5 61.1 0.6 7.8 0.0 2478.5 4.8% 3.6% 9.3% 1894.7 216.0 118.0 252.3 23.0 66.8 0.4 7.4 0.0 2578.6 4.0% 1.6% 12.4% 1982.9 229.4 121.8 257.1 22.3 69.0 0.4 7.4 0.0 2690.3 4.3% 4.7% 3.8% 1757.5 182.4 98.9 168.2 21.5 54.4 2.7 13.7 15.8 2315.2 1834.7 185.6 97.0 179.0 22.3 58.5 1.8 15.1 0.0 2393.9 3.4% 4.4% 2.7%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 2820.8 2914.6 3017.8 3260.5 3400.5 2915.6 2871.3 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 315.8 340.0 533.9 364.6 367.1 632.9 859.8 3.4Totalassetbase 3136.6 3254.6 3551.7 3625.1 3767.6 3548.5 3731.1 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 4.0% 5.0% 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% 5.0% 5.0% 3.6Returnonequity 4.0% 5.0% 7.0% 7.0% 7.0% 5.0% 5.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.5% 2.1% 3.2% 2.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 101.5 103.6 106.9 109.1 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 2171.2 2282.8 2317.5 2363.8 Total%n/n1 5.1% 1.5% 2.0% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 2203.8 2365.7 2478.5 2578.6 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 12.8 12.3 13.5 14.0 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 2191.1 2353.5 2465.0 2564.6

2.0% 111.3 2417.9 2.3%

1.5% 101.5 2281.0

2.1% 103.6 2310.1 1.3%

2690.3 14.4 2675.9

2315.2 14.4 2300.8

2393.9 14.8 2379.2

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000CZKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METServiceprovidername CzechRepublic CHMI ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 26.5 17.1 9.2 0.0 1.0 53.8 27.7 17.5 6.1 2.6 1.0 54.9 2.0% 4.3% 2.3% 27.7 18.0 6.6 3.1 0.0 55.5 1.1% 0.0% 3.0% 28.2 18.6 6.8 3.3 0.0 56.9 2.6% 2.0% 3.0% 28.8 19.1 7.0 3.3 0.0 58.2 2.3% 2.0% 3.0% 28.9 18.2 8.5 0.0 1.0 56.6 28.6 17.5 6.1 2.6 1.0 55.8 1.4% 1.1% 3.8%

53.8

54.9

55.5

56.9

58.2

56.6

55.8

53.8

54.9 2.0%

55.5 1.1%

56.9 2.6%

58.2 2.3%

56.6

55.8 1.4%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 0.0 52.0 63.9 65.5 65.7 52.0 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase 0.0 52.0 63.9 65.5 65.7 0.0 52.0 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 5.0% 4.9% 5.0% 5.0% 5.0% 3.6Returnonequity 5.0% 5.0% 5.0% 5.0% 5.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.5% 2.1% 3.2% 2.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 101.5 103.6 106.9 109.1 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 53.0 53.0 51.9 52.2 Total%n/n1 0.1% 2.1% 0.6% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 53.8 54.9 55.5 56.9 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 53.8 54.9 55.5 56.9

2.0% 111.3 52.3 0.3%

1.5% 101.5 55.8

2.1% 103.6 53.8 3.5%

58.2 0.0 58.2

56.6 0.0 56.6

55.8 0.0 55.8

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000CZKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename StateNSA CzechRepublic Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 13.7 172.9 0.7 0.0 0.0 187.3 5.2 144.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 150.0 20.0 217.9 0.0 0.0 0.0 237.9 58.6% 282.6% 50.5% 22.6 222.2 0.0 0.0 0.0 244.8 2.9% 12.8% 2.0% 22.9 226.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 249.2 1.8% 1.2% 1.8% 0.0 168.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 168.8 5.2 143.9 0.0 0.0 0.0 149.1

14.8 172.5 187.3

7.7 142.3 150.0

73.6 164.3 237.9 58.6%

77.2 167.6 244.8 2.9%

78.5 170.7 249.2 1.8%

168.8 168.8

7.7 141.4 149.1

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.5% 2.1% 3.2% 2.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 101.5 103.6 106.9 109.1 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 184.5 144.7 222.5 224.4 Total%n/n1 21.5% 53.7% 0.9% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 187.3 150.0 237.9 244.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 187.3 150.0 237.9 244.8

2.0% 111.3 223.9 0.2%

1.5% 101.5 166.3

2.1% 103.6 143.9 13.5%

249.2 0.0 249.2

168.8 0.0 168.8

149.1 0.0 149.1

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000CZKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:CzechRepublic Consolidationallentities Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

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2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 2407 1200 1080 26.83 93.39 0.0 2558 1134 1043 24.33 66.49 0.0 2653 1128 1002 24.82 101.16 0.0 2810 1161 1036 23.91 100.80 0.0 2983 1193 1070 23.29 99.68 241.1 204.9 293.4 301.7 307.4 2191.1 2353.5 2465.0 2564.6 2675.9 2.005 2.190 2.256 2.35176 2.41996 2.49982 2.305 2432.1 1.5% 1.5% 2558.4 2.1% 2.1% 2758.3 3.2% 2866.4 2.0% 2983.3 2.0%

24.9 2166.2

0.0 2353.5

107.8 2357.2

56.6 2508.0

0.0 2675.9

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

0.0 241.1

0.0 204.9

2.9 296.3

0.0 301.8

0.0 307.4

1200.48 1134.04 1128.28 1161.10 1193.41

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000CZKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:CzechRepublic ANSPname:ANSCR Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 2191.1 2353.5 2465.0 2564.6 2675.9 2.0 2.2 2.3 2.3 2.4 2.4 2.5 2191.1 1.5% 1.5% 2353.5 2.1% 2.1% 2465.0 3.2% 2564.6 2.0% 2675.9 2.0%

24.9 2166.2

0.0 2353.5

107.8 2357.2

56.6 2508.0

0.0 2675.9

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

2166.2

2353.5

2357.2

2508.0

2675.9

1080.26 1043.23 1002.29 1036.39 1070.45

1080.26 1043.23 1002.29 1036.39 1070.45

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000CZKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:CzechRepublic METServiceprovidername:CHMI Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 53.8 26.83 0.0 54.9 24.33 0.0 58.4 24.82 0.0 57.9 23.91 0.0 58.2 23.29 53.8 54.9 55.5 56.9 58.2 2.0 2.0 2.3 2.3 2.4 2.4 2.5 53.8 1.5% 1.5% 54.9 2.1% 2.1% 55.5 3.2% 56.9 2.0% 58.2 2.0%

0.0 53.8

0.0 54.9

2.9 58.4

0.9 57.9

0.0 58.2

26.83

24.33

24.82

23.91

23.29

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000CZKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:CzechRepublic StateNSA Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 187.3 93.39 0.0 150.0 66.49 0.0 237.9 101.16 0.0 243.9 100.80 0.0 249.2 99.68 187.3 150.0 237.9 244.8 249.2 2.0 2.0 2.3 2.3 2.4 2.4 2.5 187.3 1.5% 1.5% 150.0 2.1% 2.1% 237.9 3.2% 244.8 2.0% 249.2 2.0%

0.0 187.3

0.0 150.0

0.0 237.9

0.9 243.9

0.0 249.2

93.39

66.49

101.16

100.80

99.68

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000CZKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Czech Republic Year: 2013


1. Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones;

The allocation of costs in ANS CR is based on dividing costs between costs centres. These costs centres are equal to the organization structure. Within the costs centres the costs are broken down according to costs types (by the standardised chart of account) and according to the activities (by special activity codes). Costs of these services are direct or indirect-joint costs by nature. The allocation of costs between En-route and Terminal services is based on above mentioned activity codes that are assigned to each costs item in both budgeting and accounting system. These codes enable to identify whether particular cost item is of en-route, terminal and to which extent. Allocation of indirect-joint costs (training, administration, etc.) between the two main cost bases is based on the key of composite flight hours. There are no changes in comparison with previous year and each year of the reference period.

2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs);

From the first year of the reference period (and in 2011 as well) this item includes only EUROCONTROL costs in NSA cost base. The EUROCONTROL costs were included in to en-route cost base as follows: YEAR 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 6 687 599,7 5 759 638,0 6 700 000,0 6 836 000,0 6 960 000,0 Exchange rate 25,2472 24,5502 24,5219 24,5219 24,5219

3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

Fixed assets are depreciated in accordance with expected operating life and ICAO recommendation. For calculation of depreciation costs the straight-line method applied to the historic costs of the assets is used.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Czech Republic Year: 2013

The Estimated Life Cycles for the Defined Tangible Assets Groups are as follows: Land not depreciated Buildings 30-50 years Furniture 10 years Passenger vehicles 5 years Electronic and communication equipment 7 years Other equipment 7 years Computers and their accessories 4 years Long-term intangible assets are recorded at acquisition price reduced by accumulated amortization. Amortization is calculated using the straight-line method. This group of assets consists mainly of software which is depreciated over a period of 4-10 years. Other intangible assets are depreciated over a period of 3-7 years. Long-term intangible assets with acquisition price not exceeding CZK 60,000 are expensed upon acquisition.

4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity;

ANS CR FAB CE member states commissioned KPMG to elaborate Cost of Capital analysis. This study follows EUROCONTROL recommendation on calculation of WACC and sets the applied interest rates for each particular state, in case of ANS CR at 7,37 % level. With respect to PRB assessment of the CR Performance plan Czech Republic decided to decrease the cost of capital to 7,04 % level. The cost of capital is based on the amount of assets used for ANS and on applied interest rate. The average yearly increase of assets base is equal to 0,5 % (within the 1RP). The assets base is the product of the sum of the average net book value of fixed assets and the average net book value of current assets as stipulated in EC regulation Nr. 1191/2010 (Charging regulation) in article 6.2. CHMI The total asset base grows by 1,4 % on average (within the 1RP). CHMI applied CoC rate of 5 % in each year of the reference period due to the fact that CHMI is not a subject of a traffic risk. The 5 % interest rate fluctuates around average yield of long term government bonds. The calculated cost of capital amounts to 3,1 mil CZK in 2012, 3,3 mil. CZK in 2013 and 3,3 mil. CZK in 2014. NSA NSA decided not to apply calculated cost of capital into its cost base.

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services;

The allocation of costs between En-route and Terminal services is based on activity codes that are assigned to each costs item in both budgeting and accounting system. These codes enable to identify whether particular cost item is of en-route, terminal and to which extent. Allocation of indirect-joint costs (training, administration, etc.) between the two main cost bases is based on the key of composite flight hours.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Czech Republic Year: 2013

6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration;

The MET services are provided by Czech Hydro-meteorological Institute (CHMI) on the basis of a commercial contract. The methodology of costs allocation in CHMI is based on the accounting information from the costs centres. The total MET costs in 2013 are equal to CZK 56,9 mil. Direct MET costs represent 58 % of the total MET costs and the proportion of core MET services is 42 % of all MET costs. Direct costs comprise of the costs of services provided by the Department of Aeronautical Meteorology. Core services include costs for the core activities such as professional synoptic weather stations, regional communication centre, aerology, basic instrument support, weather radars, lightning detection, satellite images and central forecasting centre. Direct costs and costs of the core services also include proportionally part of administrative overheads.

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones;

Total CHMI costs are broken down into indirect costs, direct and core costs: - Indirect costs are CHMIs overheads (finance and administration); CHMI allocates indirect costs in proportion to salaries. The percentage used for the allocation of Indirect MET costs is calculated every year using the appropriate Profit and Loss Account data. - Direct costs comprise the costs of services made available to aviation by the Department of Aeronautical Meteorology which does not provide specific MET services to other categories of users and therefore does not account for other direct costs than those for aviation; - Core costs are incurred by CHMI to operate core functions such as professional synoptic weather stations, regional telecommunication centre, aerology (upper air soundings), basic instrument support, weather radar, lightning detection and satellite images and the central forecasting office. Allocation of direct costs to en route and terminal services Direct costs correspond to services made available to aviation. They are allocated in full to aviation. Costs for each aeronautical meteorological unit (airport) are allocated to their respective aeronautical products. The majority of products are made available to aviation in accordance with ICAO Annex 3. The total costs of aeronautical services is allocated to products using a single apportionment key that reflects the relative resources required to deliver them to aviation users, i.e. users of air navigation services, airports and others.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Czech Republic Year: 2013

Core costs The allocation of core costs to aviation and non-aviation users is crucial in the overall allocation process, with potentially a great impact on the proportion of MET costs allocated to aviation. In a first step, the cost of each core function is allocated to aviation and to nonaviation users. In a second step, aviation core costs are allocated to airports in proportion of the corresponding direct costs and then to aviation users by applying the allocation keys by airports. Depreciation of investments related to DIRECT costs is allocated to the civil aviation fully. Depreciation of investments related to the CORE costs is allocated to the civil aviation partially with the appropriate percentage share in compliance with the MET cost base. Depreciation costs are calculated using a quasi-equable method.

8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n - 1;

The actual consolidated costs for 2011 (EUROCONTROL costs excluded) amounted to CZK 2 457,5 mil., i.e. an increase by 1,5 % (CZK 37,3 mil) compared to the 2011 planned costs base. In 2011 the actual traffic was higher in comparison with 2011 traffic forecast by 2,2 %. In comparison with forecasted 2011 figures, the staff costs were actually 3,6 % higher. The major drivers of such increase were additional overtime hours and increase of ATCOs. Due to the above mentioned traffic increase additional overtime hours were needed, especially in peak hours. During the year 2011 there was an increase of ATCOs by 16 employees; it means an increase in this category by 7,3 %.[1] Item other operating costs decreased in comparison with 2011 budget by CZK 20,4 mil. as a result of cost cutting measures. The savings were achieved mainly in these areas: - postponed repairs (almost CZK 4,0 mil.) - travelling expenses (CZK 1,5 mil.) - SW maintenance (CZK 9,5 mil.) - insurance (CZK 2,1 mil.) - and others services (CZK 3,3 mil. CZK) As a result of postponement of some investments there was a decrease in the amount of CZK 24,9 mil in the item depreciation. The costs of capital increased by CZK 23,9 mil. The actual value of cost of capital follows the methodology described in Principles and is in line with the amount calculated in previous years. The 2011 consolidated planned cost base (EUROCONTROL costs included) amounted to CZK 2 570,6 mil. The actual total consolidated costs amounted to CZK 2 598,9 mil., i.e. an increase by 1,1 %.

Source 2011 annual report

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Czech Republic Year: 2013

9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan.

The following figures and corresponding comments are based on the Czech Republics Performance plan submitted in December 2011 and were not changed, neither the assumptions (e.g. inflation). This Performance plan was approved, the traffic risk alert threshold for en-route was set on national level from 10 % to 2% in case of positive development (in case of traffic deterioration the 10 % threshold remained unchanged. Czech Republic updated its Performance Plan in particular: - Traffic forecast the latest available figures (STATFOR short term traffic forecast, September 2011) were used as requested by IATA during the consultation process - EUROCONTROL costs are based on the EUROCONTROL budget from September 2011 - Cost of Capital were reduced according to PRB expectations Staff costs The staff cost development is based on personnel planning and expected results of collective bargaining for each year of the reference period. The staff consists of basic wages, company benefits, expected overtime rates, seniority and part of social and health insurance to be paid by company. The main factors and assumptions used for whole reference period are as follows: Compensation for expected inflation for operational staff Social and health insurance paid by company expected change in definition of upper limit to funds contribution Staffing of ATCOs and ATCOs trainee to cover 20 % shortage of en-route ATCOs Increased basic wages with regards to seniority of operational staff In particular for the year 2012 new 12 ATCOs trainees are expected, 15 trainees from year 2011 will reach required qualification and ATCOs from training courses of previous years (2009 and 2010) will attain to following level of seniority. There will be 18 ATM system specialists (6 trainees and 12 engineers) and 6 new pseudo pilots. These changes will cause an increase in the amount of CZK 57,5 mil. 17 new ATCOs trainees are planned for year 2013, the 12 ATCOs trainees (from 2012) will reach required qualification and next ATCOs will attain to following level of seniority. 6 ATM systems specialists (trainees from previous year) will obtain license and 6 pseudo pilots will be hired. These changes will cause an increase of CZK 53,2 mil. Similar to previous years in 2014 ANS CR need to train up 17 new ATCOs, 17 trainees will obtain a license, the ATCOs from 2011 and 2012 attain next step of seniority. Other 12 ATM system specialists will obtain a license and 6 new pseudo pilots will be hired. These changes will cause an increase of CZK 59,7 mil. All the changes described above are induced by capacity requirements. These cost for the 1st RP are enumerated to CZK 170,4 mil. In other words these costs represent more than 70 % of total staff costs increase between years 2011 and 2014. Remaining part of the staff costs increase consists of seniority of other operational personnel, special health care for ATCOs and staffing needs of other departments for 2011 - 2015 period. Other operating costs Item Other operating costs - includes the expenses for materials, maintenance, fuel, energy, communications, liability insurance of the company and financial costs.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Czech Republic Year: 2013


The main factor influencing the development of other operating costs in the 1st reference period is development of costs relating to the service of main ATM systems, in particular: - IP connectivity and data circuit (CZK 6,6 mil), - A/G datalink (CZK 1,0 mil) - Project of radio-communications replacement will induce maintenance and service costs by CZK 4,0 mil. in 2014, - and others Next important cost driver is an expected increase of power supply costs (CZK 8 mil.) together with an increase of costs related to the final phase of FAB CE implementation project (about CZK 11,5 mil). In 2014 we predict an increase of operating costs due to preparation phase of new ATC system project. In years 2012 and 2013 there is a small increase of 2,5 % and 0,1 % respectively. 7,1 % increase is expected for the year 2014. Depreciation The development of item depreciation is a result of companys investment cycle. We expect decrease of 11,6 % in 2012, increase of 10,0 % in 2013 and 0,4 % in 2014 respectively. These increases in 2013 and 2014 are caused by new investments related to SESAR requirements, in particular WAM wide area multilateration (CZK 6 mil of yearly depreciation), MSSR Bukop (CZK 5,2 mil ), new primary radars covering FIR Praha (CZK 16,4 mil), upgrades of IDP and ESUP (CZK 22,5 mil), VCS (CZK 6 mil), new radiocommunication system (CZK 16,7 mil), replacement of simulator for training (CZK 4,3 mil) and others. As a result of managing the investment cycle, there is a total decrease of depreciation costs in the first reference period if compared to 2011.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Czech Republic Year: 2013


1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

The En-route charging zone of the Czech Republic covers the airspace of FIR Praha, therefore one Unit rate is applied.

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

The CRCO STATFOR September 2011 STF prediction of total service units was used for the year 2012 and Y/Y development form STATFOR May 2011 was used for the rest of the 1st reference period, specifically the baseline scenario.

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs;

The Exemptions applied in the Czech Republic are in full correspondence with EU charging regulation. Since 2008 the State has reimbursed the costs incurred by ANS CR for exempted flights.

4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist;

No income from other sources is included in the en-route reporting tables.

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

There are no incentives applied on ANS CR. Traffic and cost risk sharing mechanisms represent certain incentives in terms of cost efficiency.

6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

The plans securing projected demand are included in LSSIP of Czech Republic as well as in companys Business plan. In this document are defined the strategic targets in safety, capacity, quality, operational efficiency and in cost-effectiveness. All these documents are reflected in the Czech Republic Performance plan.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Czech Republic Year: 2013

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

There are no incentives applied on users in area of En-route services.

8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years;

The balance of the year 2011 (over-recovery in amount of CZK 54,9 mil) will be carried over to the 2013 cost base. The balance of the year 2011 consists of ANS CR and NSA overrecovery in amount of CZK 55,8 mil. and under-recovery of Czech Hydrometeorological Institute in amount of CZK -0,9 mil . This number was adjusted to CZK 56,6 mil. based on the recommendation of CRCO. This adjustment relates to index of total and chargeable service units.

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Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Denmark Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 576.7 16.2 6.4 13.7 0.0 9.1 33.1 33.7 97.6 786.5 414.5 233.8 72.3 65.9 0.0 786.5 420.8 200.4 91.4 75.4 21.5 766.5 2.5% 1.5% 14.3% 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

434.7 437.9 443.7 201.3 213.3 223.3 88.4 100.2 93.7 63.6 70.1 68.5 15.7 22.4 22.8 772.364 799.232 806.319 0.8% 3.5% 0.9% 3.3% 0.7% 1.3% 0.4% 6.0% 4.7%

421.3 212.4 75.5 44.1 17.7 735.7

406.7 195.7 81.5 50.5 15.4 719.0 2.3% 3.5% 7.9%

594.8 595.0 619.1 625.7 16.7 16.7 17.4 17.6 6.6 6.6 6.9 6.9 14.2 14.2 14.8 14.9 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 8.1 8.0 8.3 8.5 32.9 34.5 34.0 32.5 35.8 37.7 37.9 38.2 57.5 59.8 61.0 62.1 766.5 772.364 799.232 806.319 2.5% 0.8% 3.5% 0.9% 3.1% 0.0% 4.0% 1.1% 3.3% 0.0% 4.1% 1.1%

564.3 15.8 6.3 13.4 0.0 6.9 33.2 34.0 61.8 735.7

550.1 15.4 6.1 13.1 0.0 6.9 32.9 37.4 57.1 719.0 2.3% 2.5% 2.6%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 1025.4 1079.5 1032.8 1057.4 1080.9 966.4 1017.4 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 78.5 504.6 429.6 443.2 457.5 407.4 441.4 3.4Totalassetbase 1103.9 1584.0 1462.4 1500.6 1538.4 1373.8 1458.8 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 6.0% 4.8% 4.4% 4.7% 4.4% 3.2% 3.5% 3.6Returnonequity 5.0% 5.0% 5.0% 5.0% 5.0% 5.0% 5.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts 5.9% 7.0% 6.9% 6.8% 6.7% 5.9% 7.0% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.2% 1.5% 2.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 102.2 103.7 105.8 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 769.6 738.9 730.0 Total%n/n1 4.0% 1.2%

2.0% 107.9 740.6 1.4%

2.0% 110.1 732.5 1.1%

2.2% 102.2 719.8

2.7% 105.0 685.0 4.8%

5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 786.5 766.5 772.4 799.2 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 13.0 14.0 8.0 8.1 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 773.5 752.5 764.4 791.1

806.3 8.2 798.1

735.7 8.8 726.9

719.0 8.8 710.2

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000DKKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName Denmark NAVIAR ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 374.9 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 146.0 1.3Depreciation 69.2 1.4Costofcapital 65.3 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts 655.5 Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

380.4 118.5 88.4 74.9 21.5 640.6 2.3% 1.5% 18.9%

392.4 115.0 85.5 63.2 15.7 640.4 0.0% 3.2% 3.0%

396.3 125.5 97.3 69.7 22.4 666.4 4.1% 1.0% 9.2%

403.8 133.8 90.7 68.0 22.8 673.5 1.1% 1.9% 6.6%

380.8 126.6 73.1 43.5 17.7 606.3

369.4 107.9 78.5 49.9 15.4 590.4 2.6% 3.0% 14.7%

573.0 16.2 6.4 13.7 0.0 3.5 0.0 8.5 34.3 655.5

591.0 16.7 6.6 14.2 3.6 8.6 0.0 640.6 2.3% 3.1% 3.3%

590.7 16.7 6.6 14.2 3.6 8.6 640.4 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

614.8 17.4 6.9 14.8 3.7 8.9 666.4 4.1% 4.1% 4.1%

621.3 17.6 6.9 14.9 3.8 9.0 673.5 1.1% 1.1% 1.1%

559.1 15.8 6.3 13.4 3.4 8.3 606.3

544.6 15.4 6.1 13.1 3.3 7.9 590.4 2.6% 2.6% 2.6%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 1014.1 1070.1 1024.5 1048.9 1072.7 955.3 1008.1 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 78.5 504.6 429.6 443.2 457.5 407.4 441.4 3.4Totalassetbase 1092.6 1574.7 1454.1 1492.1 1530.2 1362.7 1449.4 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 6.0% 4.8% 4.3% 4.7% 4.4% 3.2% 3.4% 3.6Returnonequity 0.0% 5.0% 5.0% 5.0% 5.0% 5.0% 5.1% 3.7Averageinterestondebts 5.5% 7.0% 5.2% 5.1% 5.0% 4.5% 7.4% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.2% 1.5% 2.0% 2.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 102.2 103.7 105.8 107.9 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 641.4 617.6 605.2 617.5 Total%n/n1 3.7% 2.0% 2.0% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 655.5 640.6 640.4 666.4 13.0 14.0 8.0 8.1 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 642.5 626.6 632.4 658.3

2.0% 110.1 611.8 0.9%

2.2% 102.2 593.3

2.7% 105.0 562.5 5.2%

673.5 8.2 665.3

606.3 8.8 597.5

590.4 8.8 581.6

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000DKKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METServiceprovidername Denmark DMI ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1

21.4 9.1 2.9 0.5 34.0

21.4 9.1 2.9 0.5 33.9 0.5% 0.0% 0.0%

21.8 10.6 2.7 0.4 35.5 5.0% 2.0% 15.4%

21.2 10.7 2.8 0.4 35.1 1.3% 3.1% 1.5%

19.4 10.9 2.8 0.4 33.5 4.4% 8.2% 1.5%

21.7 9.6 2.2 0.6 34.1

23.7 6.6 2.9 0.6 33.8 1.1% 9.2% 31.3%

2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 33.1 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 0.9 2.10Totalcosts 34.0 Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

32.9 1.0 33.9 0.5%

34.5 1.0 35.5 5.0%

34.0 1.0 35.1 1.3%

32.5 1.0 33.5 4.4%

33.2 0.9 34.1

32.9 0.9 33.8 1.1%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 10.6 8.7 7.6 7.8 7.6 10.6 8.7 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.4Totalassetbase 10.6 8.7 7.6 7.8 7.6 10.6 8.7 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 5.0% 5.2% 5.3% 5.3% 5.5% 5.6% 6.9% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts 5.0% 5.2% 5.3% 5.3% 5.5% 5.0% 5.2% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.2% 1.5% 2.0% 2.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 102.2 103.7 105.8 107.9 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 33.3 32.6 33.6 32.5 Total%n/n1 2.0% 2.9% 3.3% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 34.0 33.9 35.5 35.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 34.0 33.9 35.5 35.1

2.0% 110.1 30.5 6.2%

2.2% 102.2 33.4

2.7% 105.0 32.2 3.7%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

33.5 0.0 33.5

34.1 0.0 34.1

33.8 0.0 33.8

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000DKKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename StateNSA Denmark Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1

18.1 78.7 0.2 0.0 97.0

19.0 72.8 0.2 0.0 92.0 5.1% 5.0% 7.4%

20.5 75.8 0.2 0.0 96.4 4.8% 7.5% 4.1%

20.4 77.1 0.2 0.0 97.7 1.3% 0.3% 1.8%

20.5 78.6 0.2 0.0 99.2 1.6% 0.4% 1.9%

18.8 76.2 0.2 0.0 95.2

13.6 81.2 0.0 0.0 94.8 0.5% 27.9% 6.5%

2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 3.8 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 5.6 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 25.3 2.9OtherStatecosts(inc.ECTL) 62.3 2.10Totalcosts 97.0 Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

3.8 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 4.5 0.0 27.2 56.5 92.0 5.1%

4.2 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 4.4 0.0 29.1 58.7 96.4 4.8%

4.3 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 4.6 0.0 28.9 59.9 97.7 1.3%

4.4 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 4.7 0.0 29.1 61.0 99.2 1.6%

5.2

5.5

3.5 25.6 60.9 95.2

3.6 29.5 56.2 94.8 0.5%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.6 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.4Totalassetbase 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.6 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 4.1% 5.0% 5.0% 5.0% 5.0% 5.7% 0.0% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts 5.7% 5.0% 5.0% 5.0% 5.0% 5.7% 5.0% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.2% 1.5% 2.0% 2.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 102.2 103.7 105.8 107.9 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 94.9 88.7 91.1 90.5 Total%n/n1 6.5% 2.7% 0.6% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 97.0 92.0 96.4 97.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 97.0 92.0 96.4 97.7

2.0% 110.1 90.2 0.4%

2.2% 102.2 94.3

2.7% 105.0 88.3 6.3%

99.2 0.0 99.2

95.2 0.0 95.2

94.8 0.0 94.8

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000DKKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Denmark Consolidationallentities Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 722 521.44 426.83 24.57 70.04 521.44 0.0 776 509.47 427.47 22.22 59.79 509.47 0.0 827 532.36 447.71 22.88 61.76 532.36 0.0 861 547.51 463.06 22.30 62.15 547.51 0.0 894 556.81 472.11 20.89 63.81 556.81 131.0 125.9 132.0 132.8 132.8 642.5 626.6 632.4 658.3 665.3 1.385 1.411 1.9% 1.524 1.470 3.5% 1.553 1.572 1.605 773.5 2.2% 2.2% 752.5 2.7% 1.5% 764.4 2.0% 791.1 2.0% 798.1 2.0%

51.3 591.2

24.8 651.5

62.9 695.3

69.8 728.1

92.6 757.9

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

0.0 131.0

0.9 125.0

0.5 131.5

0.0 132.8

3.2 136.0

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000DKKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Denmark ANSPname:NAVIAIR Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 591.2 426.83 0.0 651 427.47 0.0 695 447.71 0.0 728 463.06 0.0 758 472.11 642.5 626.6 632.4 658.3 665.3 1.385 1.411 1.9% 1.524 1.470 3.5% 1.553 1.572 1.605 642.5 2.2% 2.2% 626.6 2.7% 1.5% 632.4 2.0% 658.3 2.0% 665.3 2.0%

51.3 591.2

24.8 651.5

62.9 695.3

69.8 728.1

92.6 757.9

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

426.83

427.47

447.71

463.06

472.11

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000DKKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Denmark METServiceprovidername:DMI Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 34.0 24.57 0.0 33.9 22.22 0.0 35.5 22.88 0.0 35.1 22.30 0.0 33.5 20.89 34.0 33.9 35.5 35.1 33.5 1.385 1.411 1.9% 1.524 1.470 3.5% 1.553 1.572 1.605 34.0 2.2% 2.2% 33.9 2.7% 1.5% 35.5 2.0% 35.1 2.0% 33.5 2.0%

0.0 34.0

0.0 33.9

0.0 35.5

0.0 35.1

0.0 33.5

24.57

22.22

22.88

22.30

20.89

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000DKKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Denmark StateNSA Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 97.0 70.04 0.0 91.1 59.79 0.0 95.9 61.76 0.0 97.7 62.15 0.0 102.4 63.81 97.0 92.0 96.4 97.7 99.2 1.385 1.411 1.9% 1.524 1.470 3.5% 1.553 1.572 1.605 97.0 2.2% 2.2% 92.0 2.7% 1.5% 96.4 2.0% 97.7 2.0% 99.2 2.0%

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

97.0

0.9 91.1

0.5 95.9

0.0 97.7

3.2 102.4

70.04

59.79

61.76

62.15

63.81

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000DKKServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Additional Information Table 1 Charging zone: Denmark Year: 2013


General notes en-route In order to prepare for the 97th Session of the enlarged Committee, additional information is provided below. The information is organised in three areas: Danish Transport Authority (NSA-DK), Danish Air Navigation Service Provider (NAVIAIR) and Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI). The cost base and unit rates are in line with the revised performance plan for the Danish-Swedish FAB of 21 December 2012. The Danish en-route unit rate for 2013 is: DKK 547.51 equal to Euro 73.47 which is an increase of 2.7 per cent compared to 2012. This unit rate is in nominal terms and includes under recoveries from previous years consistent with earlier reporting to the enlarged Committee. In June 2009 it became clear that the industry would face remarkable increases in the en-route unit rates unless something was done to prevent this. The financial crisis in 2008 and 2009 had caused a substantial decrease in traffic and because of the n+2 regime the industry would be doubled punished at the worst time. In order to meet the users challenge with their cash position, The Danish Parliament (Transportministeriets departement) agreed to finance a substantial under recovery and at the same time change carry over regime from N+2 to N+(2-5) in order to stabilise the evolution of the unit rate. At the same time the Danish Parliament limited the annual increase to a maximum of 4 per cent plus inflation. Traffic is expected to be lower for the entire reference period 1 than the unit rate basis stated in the Performance plan (based on the forecast published in the enlarged Committee meeting of November 2011). The consequences of less traffic in 2012, introduction of traffic risk sharing etc. has led Naviair to initiate a process of identifying further cost reductions and resource adjustments with the intent of mitigating rate fluctuations. Naviair still ensures that no under recoveries from previous years (before 2012) will be left after 2014. However, introduction of traffic risk sharing is expected to create new under recoveries in the period 2012 to 2014. These will be carried over according to Principles for establishing the cost-base for en route charges and the calculation of the unit rates of October 2011 after a N+X model. Below is shown a figure of the evolution in the Danish en-route unit rate since 2001 in nominal and real terms compared to total service units, expected and actual.

Additional Information Table 1 Charging zone: Denmark Year: 2013


Net current assets are reported as M DKK 430 in 2012 compared to M DKK 79 in 2010 in the reporting tables. This change in net current assets is due to the conversion of Naviair into a state-owned company and the consequences of adjusted accounting principles. It should be noted, that under recoveries are included in our net current assets as a consequence of Naviairs accounting principles. Deficit due to under-recovery from previous years regarding Naviair: The following table shows the expected evolution in the carry-overs from years before the first reference period of the performance scheme:
2008 A Balance Year 2008 Balance Year 2009 Balance Year 2010 Balance Year 2011 -69.036 -140.350 -68.594 -16.087 -51.335 209.386 260.721 24.826 224.461 62.916 161.545 2009 A 2010 A -17.259 2011 A -17.259 -35.088 2012 F -17.259 -35.088 -10.570 2013 F -17.259 -35.088 -9.019 -8.043 69.409 92.136 -35.088 -49.005 -8.043 92.136 2014 P

3.8 Revised amounts carried over to year n Outstanding by the end of year (i) 79.430

In reporting table 2 and with regard to calculating the unit rate charged to users 3.8. Over(-) or under(+) recoveries (2) : amounts carried over to year n for the years 2013 and 2014 are adjusted to take into account the difference between chargeable and total service units. The formula used is: amounts carried over x total service units/chargeable service units. The result is seen in the table below:
ANSP Calculationofamountscarriedover 2013 2014 TSUin2011 1,470 1,470 CSUin2011 1,463 1,463 Amountscarriedovertoyearn 69,4 92,1 Adjustedamountscarriedovertoyearn 69,8 92,6

For the NSA the corresponding calculation is as follows:


NSA Calculationofamountscarriedover 2013 2014 TSUin2011 1,470 1,470 CSUin2011 1,463 1,463 Amountscarriedovertoyearn 0,0 3,2 Adjustedamountscarriedovertoyearn 0,0 3,2

In 2011 Naviair decreased the actual balance of under recoveries more than what was taken into account in the calculation of the approved unit rate for 2011. This lowered the actual balance of under recoveries from M DKK 235 to M DKK 224 going into 2012. This reduction is incorporated in 2014 in the figures above and will result in a decrease in the calculation of the unit rate in 2014. Note that there will be no under recoveries from previous years (before 2012) left after 2014. The introduction of traffic risk sharing in reference period 1 is expected to create new under recoveries as a consequence of the lower expected traffic, which according to current principles will be carried over. The deficit at the NSA in 2011 has been placed in 2014 changing the carry over to 2014 from 0.4 to 3.2 M DKK.

Additional Information Table 1 Charging zone: Denmark Year: 2013

1. Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones;

NSA (Trafikstyrelsen): Cost allocation is based on time recordings. MET (DMI): The allocation of staff costs to costumers/user groups are based on time recordings. Costs are located to civil aviation according to reporting table 1, Q.8 Irrecoverable VAT is added under Other State Costs. ANSP (Naviair): Allocation of costs is based on time recordings, and allocation based on specific activities. Operational training and education costs are allocated to the relevant cost base reflecting the demand from the operational site. Since 2008 Naviair has reported the cost base level detail by services based on a number of assumptions related to the split of costs between ATM and CNS. These assumptions have not been updated and the split in percentage is unchanged compared to 2008.

2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs);

NSA (Trafikstyrelsen): Irrecoverable VAT and Eurocontrol costs are shown under Other State Costs in the reporting tables. MET (DMI): Irrecoverable VAT is specified under Other State Costs in the reporting tables. ANSP (Naviair): N/A

3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

All The method used to calculate the depreciation costs is a straight line depreciation based on the original total investments cost and expected life time of the asset.

Additional Information Table 1 Charging zone: Denmark Year: 2013

4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity;

NSA (Trafikstyrelsen): Interests relates to assets financed by loans. MET (DMI): Interests relates to assets financed by loans. The MET assets consist of assets serving core activities. ANSP (Naviair): Cost of capital: 18.5.2010 the Danish Parliament (Folketinget) adopted the Bill on conversion of Naviair into a state-owned company (effective 27.10.2010) with financial effect from the 1.1.2010. The adopted Bill also established Naviair with a new strong capital structure of M DKK 600 in cash deposits, M DKK 536 in subordinated loan and refinancing of long term debt of approx. M DKK 800 to the Danish state through external bank financing. As a consequence of this conversion of Naviair into a state-owned company with accounting effect as of 1.1.2010, Naviair has adjusted the accounting principles to generally follow international accounting principles, including implementation of deployment of interest rates on mortgage loans in connection with construction projects/investments. Return On Equity: When Naviair in 2010 was converted into a state-owned company the owner (Ministry of Transport/Transportministeriet) stated a legally requirement for an equity ratio of 55 per cent and a return on equity of 6.7 per cent before tax. At end 2011, Naviairs equity amounted to M DKK 749,5. Return on equity is allocated to the individual cost bases, by a risk based assessment.

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services;

NSA (Trafikstyrelsen): All ANS costs are allocated to en-route. MET (DMI): Costs for meteorological services are allocated to the En-route and TNC cost base using man-hours as the cost driver. By this mechanism 93 per cent of the total costs for providing meteorological services to civil aviation are allocated to En-route. ANSP (Naviair): From 2010, costs for ATS related to approach services are being allocated to the en route charging zone, in line with Article 7 of Regulation 1191/2010 of 16 December 2010 amending Regulation (EC) No 1794/2006, the costs of all eligible services, facilities and activities as defined in Article 5 of the said Regulation, have been allocated in a transparent manner to the charging zones, in respect of which they are actually incurred. Costs of Roskilde Airport, Billund Airport and Aarhus Airport will be allocated 50 per cent to en route.

Additional Information Table 1 Charging zone: Denmark Year: 2013

6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration;

MET (DMI): Breakdown of the MET costs in direct costs and MET core costs (1,000 DKK) excl. VAT. 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Direct costs (including 17.485 15.487 15.147 15.622 16.741 15.177 15.177 15.177 overhead) Core costs (including overhead)

15,284 14,022 16,058 17,513 18,591 20,015 20,015 20,015

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones;

MET (DMI): The methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation. The Danish Meteorological Institute serves six principal groups of customers/users exploiting core activities: Civil Aviation Defence Public The North Atlantic Area State interest including scientific research International commitments

The core costs are divided between the customer/user groups which specifically are served by the core activities. The core costs are allocated to civil aviation as follows:

Additional Information Table 1 Charging zone: Denmark Year: 2013

Core activities Surface observation stations Upper-air stations Weather radar Satellite reception Lighting detection Development Numerical Weather Prediction Telecommunication Climatology Training Contribution to WMO Contribution to ECMWF Contribution to EUMETSAT

Civil aviation Share of costs 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/4 1/5 1/5 1/5 1/5 1/5 1/6 1/6 1/6

Revenues for core activities paid by commercial activities are subtracted in the cost base before allocated to the customers/users.

8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n - 1;

NSA (Trafikstyrelsen) The total NSA costs including Eurocontrol contributions and internal tax are 2.8 million DKK higher than expected in November 2011. The reason for this is solely an increase in other operating cost which is partly compensated with a decrease in staff cost and depreciations. The primary reason for the increase in other operating cost are costs related to the merge of CAA-DK and the Danish Transport Authority including moving expenses and liquidation of former leases. MET (DMI) The difference between forecast and actual cost is close to zero (-0.1 M DKK). However the allocation of costs detailed by nature has moved from other operating costs towards staff. ANSP (Naviair) The cost difference from planned (November reporting 2011) and actual (June reporting 2012) figures, for the financial year 2011 are M DKK 22 lower for the actual costs 2011. The reduction of costs is a net amount covering following items: (-)Staff; lower cost M DKK 9.0 mainly due to salaries, postponed re-employment, and stopped admittance of new ATCO-aspirants. (-)Other operating costs; lower cost M DKK 5.5 due to cost restraints on several accounts (-)Depreciation; reduced by M DKK 1.4, regarding postponed investments. (-)Cost of capital; reduction of M DKK 3.3 mainly due to low interest in 2011 and postponed investments. (-)Exceptional items; increased by M DKK 2.6 mainly due to work performed for own account regarding COOPANS.

Additional Information Table 1 Charging zone: Denmark Year: 2013

9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan;

NSA (Trafikstyrelsen): Planed costs for Trafikstyrelsen (Danish Transport Authority) within the first reference period of the performance scheme (2012-2014) are not expected to vary compared the reporting to the enlarged Committee in November 2011. The former CAA-DK was 1.11.2010 merged with Danish Transport Authority which is bringing on some one off costs in 2011 and 2012 (included in the budget). These costs are amongst others related to additional costs due to a new domicile for the merged Trafikstyrelsen. There remains some uncertainty on the projected costs associated with the merge. Fluctuations will be handled through the existing carry over regime. MET (DMI): There are no changes in expectations to the evolution of costs in RP1 compare to the expectations in November 2011. The Danish and Swedish meteorological institutions (DMI and SMHI) have formed a consortium that act as meteorological service provider to SE/DK FAB. The formation of the consortium is enabling a more efficient division of tasks between DMI and SMHI and is expected to lead to a reduction of service cost of approx. 15 per cent. The common provision of meteorological services started in the beginning of 2012 by launching a common information portal with integrated information for DK-SE FAB. Further a harmonization of products has been introduced and training of staff has begun. The common service provision is expected to be fully implemented by the end of 2013. ANSP (Naviair): Forecast 2012-2016: For the forecasting period Naviair has an objective, to be as cost efficient as possibly. According to forecast (September 2012) total service units are forecasted lower in the period 2012-2016 than reported in the Performance plan and November 2011-reporting for the enlarged Committee. Naviair initiates a process identifying cost reductions with the intent of maintaining the rate reported in the Performance plan and November 2011-reporting for the enlarged Committee, as well as ensuring that no under recoveries from previous years will be left after 2014. Investments, en-route: En route (planned investments) M DKK 2011 ATM 31 CNS 8 Other 11 Total investment 50

2012 26 9 18 53

2013 29 10 16 55

2014 31 9 24 64

Additional Information Table 2 Charging zone: Denmark Year: 2013

1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

There is only one en-route charging zone in Denmark.

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

Denmark is using the latest forecast available from STATFOR - Air Traffic Statistics and Forecasts (September 2012).

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs;

The Government finances exempted flights.

4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist;

ANSP (Naviair): Income from off shore activities in the North Sea. Costs are excluded from the cost base. Income from training facility Entry Point North (EPN). Costs are excluded from the cost base. Income from EU TEN-T funding. Costs are excluded from the cost base.

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

Denmark is not applying other incentives than those already described in the charging regulation.

6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

ANSP (Naviair): NUAC HB is responsible for the operation of the parent companies three ATCCs in Stockholm, Malm and Copenhagen respectively and, with that, the en route services in the joint Danish-Swedish airspace.

Additional Information Table 2 Charging zone: Denmark Year: 2013


COOPANS harmonises operational and technical procedures in order to limit specific national functionalities.

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

Denmark is not applying other incentives than those already described in the charging regulation.

8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years;

In June 2009 it became clear that the industry would face remarkable increases in the enroute unit rates unless something was done to prevent this. The financial crisis in 2008 and 2009 had caused a substantial decrease in traffic and because of the n+2 regime the industry would be doubled punished at the worst time. In order to meet the users challenge with their cash position, The Danish Parliament (Transportministeriets departement) agreed to finance a substantial under recovery and at the same time change carry over regime from N+2 to N+(2-5) in order to stabilise the evolution of the unit rate. At the same time the Danish Parliament limited the annual increase to a maximum of 4 per cent plus inflation. Traffic is expected to be lower for the entire reference period 1 than the unit rate basis stated in the Performance plan (based on the forecast published in the enlarged Committee meeting of November 2011). The consequences of less traffic in 2012, introduction of traffic risk sharing etc. has led Naviair to initiate a process of identifying further cost reductions and resource adjustments with the intent of mitigating rate fluctuations. Naviair still ensures that no under recoveries from previous years (before 2012) will be left after 2014. However, introduction of traffic risk sharing is expected to create new under recoveries in the period 2012 to 2014. These will be carried over according to Principles for establishing the cost-base for en route charges and the calculation of the unit rates of October 2011 after a N+X model.

FINLAND

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Finland Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010

Actualcosts 2011 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 18.1 3.4 1.6 2.7 0.5 1.2 1.3 0.2 3.9 32.7 22.3 4.1 1.9 3.3 0.6 1.4 2.5 0.3 3.2 39.7 21.4% 23.5% 22.9% 25.9 4.3 2.2 3.5 0.6 1.6 3.2 0.2 3.5 45.0 13.4% 16.0% 7.8% 26.9 4.4 2.2 3.6 0.7 1.6 3.4 0.2 3.6 46.6 3.4% 3.9% 1.6% 27.0 4.6 2.4 3.7 0.7 1.7 3.5 0.2 3.6 47.4 1.8% 0.3% 4.7% 15.5 2.8 1.2 2.1 0.5 0.9 2.5 0.2 3.6 29.4 22.9 4.1 1.8 3.2 0.6 1.4 2.5 0.2 3.2 40.0 17.6 11.5 2.5 1.2 0.0 32.7 24.2 13.0 1.6 0.8 0.0 39.7 21.4% 37.5% 13.8% 25.7 13.9 3.9 1.3 0.2 45.0 13.4% 6.3% 6.5% 25.8 14.3 4.8 1.5 0.1 46.6 3.4% 0.4% 3.1% 25.9 14.4 5.5 1.6 0.1 47.4 1.8% 0.1% 0.5% 16.8 10.0 1.7 0.8 0.0 29.4 23.7 12.2 2.6 1.2 0.3 40.0

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 22.9 14.8 26.4 29.8 30.8 14.8 27.1 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 9.4 1.9 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.9 2.5 3.4Totalassetbase 32.3 16.6 28.0 31.5 32.4 16.6 29.6 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6% 4.8% 4.7% 4.8% 4.9% 4.7% 4.2% 3.6Returnonequity 7.0% 7.0% 5.9% 5.9% 5.9% 7.0% 5.9% 3.7Averageinterestondebts 1.6% 2.1% 3.0% 3.1% 3.2% 1.9% 2.5% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.7% 3.3% 2.7% 2.2% 4.2Priceindex(2) 101.7 105.1 107.9 110.3 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 32.2 37.8 41.8 42.3 Total%n/n1 17.5% 10.5% 1.2% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 32.7 39.7 45.0 46.6 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 32.4 39.4 44.7 46.3

3.0% 113.6 41.8 1.2%

1.7% 101.7 28.9

3.3% 105.1 38.1 31.8%

47.4 0.3 47.1

29.4 0.3 29.1

40.0 0.3 39.7

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName Finland Finavia ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1

16.7 7.1 2.4 1.2 27.4

22.5 9.0 1.4 0.8 33.7 23.3% 34.9% 26.4%

23.8 9.4 3.7 1.3 38.1 13.0% 5.7% 4.5%

24.0 9.6 4.5 1.4 39.4 3.3% 0.7% 1.5%

23.9 9.5 5.1 1.5 40.0 1.6% 0.0% 0.3%

15.1 5.6 1.5 0.8 23.0

22.1 8.3 2.4 1.2 34.0

2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 18.1 2.2Communication 3.4 2.3Navigation 1.6 2.4Surveillance 2.7 2.5Searchandrescue 0.5 2.6AeronauticalInformation 1.2 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts 27.4 Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

22.3 4.1 1.9 3.3 0.6 1.4

25.9 4.3 2.2 3.5 0.6 1.6

26.9 4.4 2.2 3.6 0.7 1.6

27.0 4.6 2.4 3.7 0.7 1.7

15.5 2.8 1.2 2.1 0.5 0.9

22.9 4.1 1.8 3.2 0.6 1.4

33.7 23.3% 23.5% 22.9%

38.1 13.0% 16.0% 7.8%

39.4 3.3% 3.9% 1.6%

40.0 1.6% 0.3% 4.7%

23.0

34.0

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 22.9 14.8 26.4 29.8 30.8 14.8 27.1 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 9.4 1.9 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.9 2.5 3.4Totalassetbase 32.3 16.6 28.0 31.5 32.4 16.6 29.6 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6% 4.7% 4.5% 4.6% 4.6% 4.7% 4.1% 3.6Returnonequity 7.0% 7.0% 5.9% 5.9% 5.9% 7.0% 7.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts 1.6% 2.1% 3.0% 3.1% 3.2% 1.9% 1.7% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.7% 3.3% 2.7% 2.2% 4.2Priceindex(2) 101.7 105.1 107.9 110.3 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 26.9 32.1 35.3 35.7 Total%n/n1 19.4% 10.1% 1.1% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 27.4 33.7 38.1 39.4 0.2820 0.2993 0.3220 0.3300 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 27.1 33.4 37.8 39.1

3.0% 113.6 35.2 1.4%

1.7% 101.7 22.6

3.3% 105.1 32.4 43.4%

40.0 0.3390 39.7

23.0 0.2934 22.7

34.0 0.3120 33.7

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METServiceprovidername Finland MET ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

0.8 0.4 0.1 0.0 1.3

1.5 0.8 0.2 0.0 2.5 100.0% 97.1% 84.7%

1.8 0.9 0.3 0.0 0.2 3.2 26.9% 16.3% 20.5%

1.7 1.1 0.3 0.1 0.1 3.4 6.6% 3.1% 23.1%

1.7 1.1 0.4 0.1 0.1 3.5 4.4% 1.7% 2.7%

1.6 0.7 0.2 0.0 2.5

1.4 0.6 0.2 0.0 0.3 2.510

1.3

2.5

3.2

3.4

3.5

2.5

2.5

1.3

2.5 100.0%

3.2 26.9%

3.4 6.6%

3.5 4.4%

2.500

2.510

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.7% 3.3% 2.7% 2.2% 4.2Priceindex(2) 101.7 105.1 107.9 110.3 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 1.2 2.4 2.9 3.1 Total%n/n1 93.6% 23.5% 4.3% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 1.3 2.5 3.2 3.4 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 1.3 2.5 3.2 3.4

3.0% 113.6 3.1 1.4%

1.7% 101.7 2.5

3.3% 105.1 2.4 2.8%

3.5 0.0 3.5

2.5 0.0 2.5

2.5 0.0 2.5

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename StateNSA Finland Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts(inc.ECTL) 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

0.2 3.9

0.2 3.3

0.2 3.6

0.2 3.6

0.2 3.7

0.2 3.7

0.2 3.3

4.1

3.5 15.3% 13.4% 16.4%

3.73878 7.6% 8.9% 8.5%

3.8 2.0% 2.0% 2.0%

3.9 1.7% 0.0% 1.8%

3.9

3.4 11.2% 3.5% 11.8%

0.2 3.9 4.1

0.3 3.2 3.5 15.3%

0.2 3.5 3.7 7.6%

0.2 3.6 3.8 2.0%

0.2 3.6 3.9 1.7%

0.2 3.6 3.9

0.2 3.2 3.4 11.2%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.7% 3.3% 2.7% 2.2% 4.2Priceindex(2) 101.7 105.1 107.9 110.3 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 4.0 3.3 3.5 3.5 Total%n/n1 18.0% 4.8% 0.2% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 4.1 3.5 3.7 3.8 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 4.1 3.5 3.7 3.8

3.0% 113.6 3.4 1.3%

1.7% 101.7 3.8

3.3% 105.1 3.3 14.0%

3.9 0.0 3.9

3.9 0.0 3.9

3.4 0.0 3.4

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Finland Consolidationallentities Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.8 29.6 40.23 32.95 1.70 5.58 41.33 6.5 31.1 40.23 32.50 3.23 4.50 48.65 0.9 43.9 50.00 42.13 3.61 4.26 50.98 0.9 47.2 52.01 43.47 4.00 4.53 52.95 0.8 45.9 48.84 40.96 3.75 4.13 49.74 5.4 6.0 6.9 7.2 0.6 0.0 5.4 0.0 6.0 0.0 6.9 0.0 7.7 0.0 7.4 7.4 27.1 33.4 37.8 39.1 39.7 0.735 0.740 0.773 0.836 0.878 0.808 0.908 0.940 32.4 1.7% 1.6% 39.4 3.3% 2.0% 44.7 2.7% 46.267 2.2% 47.1 3.0%

1.591

2.0 25.0

1.8 31.6

0.03 37.847 0.0 0.0

0.3 40.3 0.0 0.0

0.3 39.3 0.0 0.0

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Finland ANSPname:Finavia Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.8 24.2 32.95 6.5 25.1 32.50 0.9 37.0 42.13 0.9 39.5 43.47 0.8 38.5 40.96 27.1 33.4 37.8 39.1 39.7 0.735 0.740 0.773 0.836 0.878 0.808 92.0% 0.908 0.940 27.1 1.7% 1.6% 33.4 3.3% 2.0% 37.8 2.7% 39.1 2.2% 39.7 3.0%

1.591

2.0 25.0

1.8 31.6

0.0 37.8 0.0 1.591

0.3 40.3 0.0 0.0

0.3 39.3 0.0 0.0

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

34.05

40.92

43.11

44.42

41.86

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Finland METServiceprovidername:Met Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 1.3 1.70 0.0 2.5 3.23 0.0 3.2 3.61 0.0 3.6344 4.00 0.0 3.5 3.75 1.3 2.5 3.2 3.4 0.3 0.0 1.3 0.0 2.5 0.0 3.2 0.0 3.6 0.0 3.5 3.5 0.735 0.773 0.878 0.908 0.940 1.3 1.7% 1.6% 2.5 3.3% 2.0% 3.2 2.7% 3.4 2.2% 3.5 3.0%

1.70

3.23

3.61

4.00

3.75

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Finland StateNSA Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 4.1 5.58 0.0 3.5 4.50 0.0 3.7 4.26 0.0 4.1 4.53 0.0 3.9 4.13 4.1 3.5 3.7 3.8 0.3 0.0 4.1 0.0 3.5 0.0 3.7 0.0 4.1 0.0 3.9 3.9 0.735 0.773 0.878 0.908 0.940 4.1 1.7% 1.6% 3.5 3.3% 2.0% 3.7 2.7% 3.8 2.2% 3.9 3.0%

5.58

4.50

4.26

4.53

4.13

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Finland Year: 2013


1. Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones;

Finland changed the allocation of ANS costs between en route and TN service in 2011. Approximately 40% of the ANS costs of 5 airports which have a separate approach control units, were allocated to enroute service. These APP units are located at Helsinki-Vantaa, Rovaniemi, Kuopio, Tampere-Pirkkala and Jyvskyl. This change increased en route cost base by 7M. From the year 2009 Finland has also allocated more MET costs from TN service to en route service. By introducing these changes, Finland had aligned with common European practice. However, these changes did not affect the en route unit rate in 2011, because Finland used income from other sources to keep the unit rate at the same level as in 2010 invoicing. Income from other sources includes Finavias commercial income at the airports. In 2012 Finavia made structural changes to air traffic charges. En route charge and TN charge were raised and airport charges and passenger charges were reduced. Finavia had consultations about the changes with user organizations in spring 2011 and in autumn 2011. From 2011 onwards the cost base of en route services includes the costs of the one ACC (EFIN), approximately 40% ANS costs of 5 airports which have a separate APP unit, part of the centralized services (technical ANS, AIS etc) and overhead costs of Finavia headquarters allocated to enroute services. In the end of 2010 Finland closed down one of its two ACC units. All ACC functions were transferred from Rovaniemi to Tampere. ANSPs reported costs by nature and by services are based on Finavias internal accounting and reporting system. Reported costs are based on ICAOs Regional Air Navigation Plan (Doc 7754). It has been decided that 50% of total MET costs are allocated to en route in 2012-2014. Estimation of future MET costs is based on calculations from the Ministry of Transport and Communications). Finnish Meteorological Institute has estimated MET cost structure by nature. The NSA costs consist of supervision and licensing costs which are determined by the decree (of the Ministry of Transport and Communications) on fees for services produced by the CAA. The part of the NSA costs that cannot be directly allocated to enroute services is estimated. The estimated allocation of NSA costs to enroute services is done based on the number of employees in ACC.

2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs);

Other state costs are not allocated to enroute services.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Finland Year: 2013

3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

Depreciation is calculated using the straight line method on the historic cost of the assets. Finavia decided that from the beginning of 2010 Finavias airport business area owns all of the ANS buildings and Finavias ANS business area pays internal rent of the premises it uses. This change meant that depreciations decreased and Other operating costs increased (internal rent) in the beginning of 2011.

4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity;

The asset base in 2012 includes long term assets (26,4M), and net current assets (1,6M). Net current assets of Finavia have been allocated to en route using turnover as an allocation method. Fixed assets in 2012 include ANS-systems in Tampere ACC and part (40%) of ANSsystems in Helsinki-Vantaa, Rovaniemi, Jyvskyl, Kuopio and Tampere-Pirkkala airports. Average interest rate on loans was 1,7% in 2011 and is expected to be 3,0% in 2012. Return on equity is 5,9%, which consists of average 10-year government bond rate (3.3%) and of average European wide risk premium (2,4%). Finnish CAA and Finnish Meteorological Institute are government institutions and they dont have their own capital but state capital. Finnish State Treasury administers debt financing of government institutions.

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services;

Finland made major changes to enroute cost base in 2011. From the beginning of 2011 enroute costbase includes also part of the approach control costs in Helsinki-Vantaa, Rovaniemi, Kuopio, Tampere-Pirkkala and Jyvskyl. Those airports have separate approach control unit. 20 km rule has now been applied in the costbase just like in service units. This means that those costs born giving service to flight over 20km from the airport are allocated to enroute. Enroute unit rate increased in the beginning of 2012. At the same time Finavias other traffic charges (landing charge and passenger charges) were reduced.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Finland Year: 2013

6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration;

Finnish Meteorological Institute is responsible both weather forecast and observation services in Finland. Estimated value of the costs is approximately 6,758M on year 2013. It covers 25 airports, en-route services and observations in Finland. Allocation of total MET costs between en-route, TN and other services has made by Finavia. Allocation has made as follows: 50% en-route (3,379M), 25% TN (1,689M) and 25% other services (1,689M). The MET costs of Finnish Meteorological Institute Direct costs of MET services are related to the production of defined MET-products and services. Direct cost-share of MET costs are ca. 4,758 M on year 2013. MET core costs are costs of the infrastructure and supporting services, Met-institutes head office costs and data costs. Core cost-share of MET costs are ca. 2,00 M on year 2013. Planned capital costs will be appear later on in the MET cost structure because the timetable of the investments has delayed. This means that actual cost-share between resource items will be change from the planned cost-share.

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones;

Finavia allocates MET costs between TN-service and enroute. The Meteorological Institute has estimated that approximately 70% of its own MET costs are direct costs and 30% core costs. Figures are based on the cost accounting (Activity Based Costs/ABC-model) of The Finnish Meteorological Institute. Direct costs are allocated directly to the Finavia on the base of working hours. Direct costs are mainly variable costs. Indirect/core costs cannot be allocated directly to the projects or customer. Costs are allocated to the projects by percentage. The more unit is producing meteorological products for use of civil aviation the higher the percentage is. Core costs include both fixed and variable costs. There are basically two types indirect cost items at the FMI: Costs of support services (general IT-infrastructure services, observational services (incl. weather radar and satellites, upper air sounding), general training, financial and administration etc.) and unit-level costs (general management, public relations and internal communications, premises, electricity & water, office supplies and other unit-level costs).

8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n - 1;

ANSP COSTS Finavias total en route costs in 2011 were 0,3M (0,9%) more than planned (in October 2010). Staff costs were 2% and other operating costs 7,4% less than planned originally.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Finland Year: 2013


On the other hand depreciations were 1,0M (68%) and cost of capital 0,4M (56%) higher than originally planned. Planned cost didnt include all depreciations and capital costs of cooperation airports which were added to enroute cost base in 2011. MET COSTS In 2011 MET costs allocated to en route (50%) were exactly te same as planned (in October 2010). CAA COST The costs of the CAA-NSA and Eurocontrol were together same as planned in 2011. TOTAL COST FOR THE ZONE Total cost for the Zone were 0,3M more than planned due depreciations and cost of capital of Finavia. AMOUNTS CARRIED OVER There was over-recovery (balance) of 3,2M in 2010. This was carried over mainly to year 2011 but partly also to years 2012-2014. In 2011 there was no over- or under-recovery, because Finavia used commercial income to keep unit rate low. INCOME FROM OTHER SOURCES In 2011 Finavia used 4,2M income from other sources to keep en route unit rate low. Mainly this income comes from commercial services at the airports. Income from other sources includes also 440k SAR-compensation from the ministry. TOTAL SERVICE UNITS In 2011 there were 8,1% more service units than originally planned (in October 2010).Total service units increased by 12,5% compared to year 2010. UNIT RATE The final en route unit rate of 2011 was 40,23 which was the same as planned. Commercial income of Finavia was used to keep unit rate low. BALANCE OF 2011 Balance of 2011 was 0,0M.

9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan;

The reported enroute costs in 2012-2014 are based on Finlands performance plan, which is accepted by the European Commission. ANSP COST According to Finlands performance plan Finavias enroute costs are expected to increase by 12% in 2012(determined costs 2012 compared to actual costs in 2011). Staff costs are planned to increase by 7,9% and other operating costs by 12,9%. Staff costs are expected to increase because new atcos are trained and employed. In 2011 traffic increased by 12,5%. Salary contract with ATCOs will also increase staff costs in 2012. Training costs will increase, because of new ATM-system (Eurocat fresh-up). Also the rents of premises will increase other operating costs. Depreciations and cost of capital is expected to increase due to following investments:

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Finland Year: 2013

Eurocat system upgrade (incl. CCAMS & FPL2012) EFHK APP premises reconstruction Wide Area Multilateration (country wide) RNAV/DME (country wide) Surveillance multitracker (Artas) Voice communication upgrade (EFHK)

Finavias (ANSP) total costs are expected to increase by 3,3% in 2013 and by 1,6% in 2014 according to performance plan. MET COSTS It has been decided that Finnish Meteorological Institute is responsible for MET observations from 1.6.2012 onwards. Finnish Meteorological Institute has estimated the implementation costs. At first there will be some transition costs but after a few years these costs will be vanished. In the future FMI will gradually reinvest in new observation equipment. These investments will in the long run diminish the manual workload and give some synergy benefits for all branches. The goal is to cut down Aviation weather forecasting service nominal costs 1% per year. This will be done by diminishing core costs and manual workload and increasing co-operation with other Nordic MET services. 50% of costs of total MET costs have been allocated to en route service. SERVICE UNITS In performance plan Finland has used Statfors high estimation in service units. According to performance plan service units were expected to increase by 13% in 2011 and by 5% in 2012. Actual service units increased by 12,6% in 2011. In January-September 2012 traffic has decreased by 4,0%. International traffic has decreased by 6,7% and domestic flights by 12,4%, but overflights have increased by 4,1%. It seems also that traffic forecasts in performance plan are too optimistic for years 2013-2014. UNIT RATE En route unit rate was increased in 2012 because of structural changes in Finavias traffic charges (landing and passenger charges were decreased). After that en route unit rate is expected to decrease slightly, because traffic is expected to increase more than costs (according to performance plan). According to performance plan unit rate is decreasing every year in reference period 1. It seems that because of lower traffic development, there will be under-recoveries in 20122014. Under-recovery of 2012 will increase unit rate in 2013 through traffic sharing mechanism. It seems probable that traffic will also be lower than expected in 2013 and 2014, which means there will be under-recoveries in those years also.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Finland Year: 2013

1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

Finland has one enroute charging zone. Costs include costs of one ACC, five approach centres (20 km rule applied), centralized services and Finavias overhead costs.

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

Finland has used Statfors high estimation in performance plan. Service units increased by 12,6% in 2011 and were expected to increase by 5% in 2012 in performance plan. However, in 2012 Jan-Sep traffic decreased by 4,0% compared to previous year and it seems that traffic will grow very slowly or possibly decrease in 2013.

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs;

Flights which have been exempted from the payment of navigation charges in Finland: a) mixed VFR/IFR flights only in the airspace of the Flight Information Regions falling within the competence of the Contracting State or States where they are performed exclusively under VFR and where a charge is not levied for VFR flights; b) flights performed by aircraft of which the maximum take-off weight authorised is less than two (2) metric tons; c) flights performed exclusively for the transport, on official mission, of the reigning Monarch and his/her immediate family, Heads of State, Heads of Government, and Government Ministers. In all cases, this must be substantiated by the appropriate status indicator on the flight plan; d) search and rescue flights authorised by a competent SAR body; e) military flights of any Contracting State; (Finavia has separate contract with the Finnish Air Force concerning services and air traffic charges, including en route charges) f) training flights performed exclusively for the purpose of obtaining a licence, or rating in the case of cockpit flight crew, and where this is substantiated by an appropriate remark on the flight plan. Flights must be performed solely within the airspace of the State concerned. Flights must not serve for the transport of passengers and/or cargo, nor for positioning or ferrying of the aircraft;

g) flights performed exclusively for the purpose of checking or testing equipment used or intended to be used as ground aids to air navigation, excluding positioning flights by the aircraft concerned; h) flights terminating at the aerodrome from which the aircraft has taken off during which no intermediate landing has been made (circular flights).

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Finland Year: 2013

4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist;

Income from other sources in 2010 included SAR compensation from the state and some income from military. In 2011 Finavia decided to use commercial income at the airports to keep unit rate low.

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

The incentive mechanism applied to ANSP is cost and traffic risk-sharing mechanisms. Incentives are based on Commissions Regulation No 1191/2010, amending Regulation No 1794/2006 laying down a common charging scheme for air navigation services. Cost risk sharing mechanism provides an incentive that if actual costs are lower than determined values, the difference may be retained by ANSP. If the actual costs are higher than determined values, the resulting difference shall be borne by the ANSP. Traffic risk sharing mechanism comprises the following issues. When the actual number of service units exceeds the forecast made at the beginning of the reference period by more than 2 %, 70% of the additional revenue obtained by ANSP in excess of 2% of the difference between actual service units and the forecast with regard to determined costs shall be returned to airspace users. When the number of actual service units falls below the forecast made at the beginning of the reference period by more than 2%, 70% of the loss in revenue incurred by the ANSP in excess of 2% of the difference between the actual service units and the forecast with regard to determined costs shall be borne by the airspace users.

6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

Increasing traffic was a challenge to capacity targets in 2011. To improve capacity Finavia decided to train new ACC ATCOs. Training started in the end of 2011. Upgrading of ANS-system was finalized in March 2012. Safety, cost-effectiveness and adequate quality of services remain the Finavias key areas of interest also in the future. Finavia is participating in the NEFAB co-operation.

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

No incentives are provided

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Finland Year: 2013


8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years;

AMOUNTS CARRIED OVER There was over-recovery (balance) of 2,5M in 2008. Combined with under-recoveries in 2004-2007, there was altogether 2M to be carried over to year 2010. There was over-recovery (balance) of 3,2M in 2010. This was mainly carried over to year 2011 but partly also to years 2012-2014. In 2011 there was no over- or under-recovery, because Finavia used commercial income to keep unit rate low. In 2012 the estimated under-recovery is 3,6M of which 2,1M is transferred to 2013 costbase through traffic risk sharing mechanism. BALANCE Balance of 2010 was 3,2M. This has been used to reduce chargeable cost base in 2011 by 2151k in 2012 and by 335k yearly in 2012-2014. In 2011 Finavia used commercial income to decrease chargeable costbase. This means that there is no under- or over-recovery in 2011.
2007 A 2008 A 2009 A 2010 F 2011 F 2012 P 2013 P 2014 P 2015 P

Carry over of under / over recoveries (in '000 euro) Balance Year 2004 -686 Balance Year 2005 -2 Balance Year 2006 -946 Balance Year 2007 -591 Balance Year 2008 2 531 Balance Year 2009 8 Balance Year 2010 3 221 Balance Year 2011 0 Amounts carried over to year (i) -139 -715 -533 2 029 1 794 0 -8 357 357 2 151 357 357 357 8 2 531 -148 -148 -148 -148 -80 -217 -217 -217 -217 -2 -137 -137 -137 -137

TrafficriskcalcultaionofFinlandin2012 PerformancePlan2012
Costbase2012M ANSP MET NSA Revenuesfromothersources +Underrecovery Total 37.807 3.172 3.739 0.847 0.030 43.901 Serviceunitit forecast 0.878 0.878 0.878 0.878 0.878 0.878 Unitrate 43.06 3.61 4.26 0.96 0.03 50.00

Serviceunits
PerformancePlan 2011Actual 2012Forecast Change20112012 Change%20112012 Difference%comparedtoPP ANSPrevenue2012M DifferencecomparedtoPP(M) 0.836 0.878 0.042 5.02% 0.0% 37.807 NewForecast 0.836 0.808 0.028 3.40% 8.0% 34.775 3.032

TrafficRiskUnderrecovery2012
RisklimitsM 2%limit 10%limit UnderrecoveryallocatedtoriskgroupsM Totalunderrecovery Under2% 2%10% Over10% Check TransferofunderrecoveryM Under2% 2%10% Over10% TotalANSPTransfer METUnderrecovery METcostbaseinPP Actualincome(MET) METUnderrecovery NSAUnderrecovery NSACostbaseinPP Actualincome(NSA) NSAUnderrecovery Risk% 0% 70% 100% 0.756 3.781 0.756 3.781 NewForecast 3.032 0.756 2.276 0.000 0.000 NewForecast 0.000 1.593 0.000

1.593
NewForecast 3.172 2.918 0.254 NewForecast 3.739 3.439 0.300

PerformancePlan2013
Costbase2013M ANSP MET NSA Total PlannedCostbase2013 ANSPunderrecovery2012 METunderrecovery2012 NSAunderrecovery2012 Finalcostbase2013 ForecastedtrafficinPP 37.882 3.380 3.815 45.077 PerformancePlan 45.077 0 0 0 45.077 0.908 Serviceunitit forecast 0.908 0.908 0.908 0.908 NewForecast 45.077 1.5934 0.2544 0.2999 47.224 0.908 UnitrateinPP 41.72 3.72 4.20 49.64

Unitrate2013
Unitrate2012 Change%

49.64
50.00 0.7%

52.01
50.00 4.0%

*Inflationadjustmentanduncontrollablecostsarenotincludedincalculation.

FRANCE

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities France Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 781.9 112.3 39.8 42.9 5.6 22.7 66.7 10.3 84.4 1166.8 777.9 116.8 42.5 42.3 3.1 20.3 66.1 10.5 74.9 1154.3 1.1% 0.5% 3.3% 733.9 278.4 112.7 41.7 0.0 1166.8 706.5 289.3 125.8 32.8 0.0 1154.3 1.1% 3.7% 3.9% 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

712.4 314.8 142.9 35.0 0.0 1205.0 4.4% 0.8% 8.8%

722.1 316.9 156.3 37.1 0.0 1232.5 2.3% 1.4% 0.7%

736.0 321.5 163.8 39.1 0.0 1260.3 2.3% 1.9% 1.4%

684.9 311.1 116.4 25.2 0.0 1137.5

678.2 326.9 117.6 26.6 0.0 1149.3 1.0% 1.0% 5.1%

802.9 127.9 45.6 46.1 3.5 21.2 66.4 10.6 80.8 1205.0 4.4% 3.2% 9.0%

821.6 132.4 47.0 47.9 3.5 21.6 66.4 10.7 81.3 1232.5 2.3% 2.3% 3.5%

841.4 136.0 48.2 49.4 3.5 22.1 65.7 10.9 83.1 1260.3 2.3% 2.4% 2.7%

757.2 116.2 42.4 41.6 3.4 20.2 63.8 10.0 82.8 1137.5

806.3 110.4 27.8 35.5 2.1 19.9 65.3 7.3 74.6 1149.3 1.0% 6.5% 13.2%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 716.8 751.1 688.8 702.5 719.7 665.0 619.1 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 11.1 11.9 12.7 9.5 10.3 3.3Netcurrentassets 179.1 109.0 110.4 137.5 156.3 81.8 110.1 3.4Totalassetbase 895.9 860.1 788.1 828.1 863.3 737.2 718.9 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 4.7% 3.8% 4.4% 4.5% 4.5% 3.4% 3.7% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.74% 1.50% 1.75% 1.75% 4.2PriceindexBase100in2009 101.7 103.3 105.1 106.9 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(2) 1146.8 1117.8 1146.9 1152.8 Total%n/n1 2.5% 2.6% 0.5% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 1166.8 1154.3 1205 1232 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 6.3 6.3 7.8 7.9 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(3) 1160.4 1148.0 1197.2 1224.6

1.75% 108.8 1158.6 0.5%

1.74% 101.7 1118.0

2.29% 104.1 1104.3 1.2%

1260 8.0 1252.3

1137.5 7.5 1130.0

1149.3 7.3 1141.9

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)ForecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactualinflationrecordedbyEUROSTAT (2)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactualcostsinrealtermsbase100in2009 (3)Determinedcosts(afterdeductionofVFRcosts)reportedatline1.1ReportingTable2(innominalterms) Note:ForFrance,thedeterminedcostsfortheperformanceplanareconsideredafterdeductionofrevenuesfromothersources(ancillaryrevenues)an servicestoexemptedVFRflights.Thesehavenotbeendeductedinline4.3. 3.2 3.4 10.8 11.6 9.6 7.8 10.2 Therevenuesfromothersources

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName France DSNA ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 681.8 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 179.1 1.3Depreciation 106.5 1.4Costofcapital 38.4 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts 1005.7 Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 781.9 2.2Communication 112.3 2.3Navigation 39.8 2.4Surveillance 42.9 5.6 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 22.7 2.7Meteorologicalservices 0.4 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 0.04 2.10Totalcosts 1005.7 Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

655.4 203.3 113.8 30.3 1002.8 0.3% 3.9% 13.5%

661.1 222.9 130.8 32.3 1047.2 4.4% 0.9% 9.6%

670.8 224.5 144.3 34.5 1074.0 2.6% 1.5% 0.7%

685.0 227.3 151.8 36.5 1100.6 2.5% 2.1% 1.2%

635.7 217.7 104.8 22.6 980.9

628.8 242.0 105.9 25.3 1002.1 2.2% 1.1% 11.2%

777.9 116.8 42.5 42.3 3.1 20.3

802.9 127.9 45.6 46.1 3.5 21.2

821.6 132.4 47.0 47.9 3.5 21.6

841.4 136.0 48.2 49.4 3.5 22.1

757.2 116.2 42.4 41.6 3.4 20.2

806.3 110.4 27.8 35.5 2.1 19.9

1002.8 0.3% 0.5% 3.3%

1047.2 4.4% 3.2% 9.0%

1074.0 2.6% 2.3% 3.5%

1100.6 2.5% 2.4% 2.7%

980.9

1002.1

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 648.6 673.7 608.5 623.3 642.0 584.9 578.4 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 11.1 11.9 12.7 9.5 10.3 3.3Netcurrentassets 157.1 109.0 110.4 137.5 156.3 81.8 110.1 3.4Totalassetbase 805.8 782.8 707.8 748.9 785.6 657.1 678.2 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 4.8% 3.9% 4.6% 4.6% 4.6% 3.4% 3.7% 3.6Returnonequity 4.8% 6.0% 8.0% 8.0% 8.0% 6.0% 6.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts 4.8% 3.1% 3.3% 3.4% 3.4% 2.5% 2.8% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.74% 1.50% 1.75% 1.75% 4.2PriceindexBase100in2009 101.7 103.3 105.1 106.9 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(2) 988.5 971.1 996.6 1004.6 Total%n/n1 1.8% 2.6% 0.8% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 1005.7 1002.8 1047.2 1074.0 6.3 6.3 7.8 7.9 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(3) 999.4 996.5 1039.4 1066.1

1.75% 108.8 1011.7 0.7%

1.74% 101.7 964.1

2.29% 104.1 962.9 0.1%

1100.6 8.0 1092.5

980.9 7.5 973.4

1002.1 7.3 994.7

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)ForecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactualinflationrecordedbyEUROSTAT (2)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactualcostsinrealtermsbase100in2009 (3)Determinedcosts(afterdeductionofVFRcosts)reportedatline1.1ReportingTable2(innominalterms) *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METServiceprovidername France MeteoFrance ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1

45.9 13.1 4.8 2.7 66.4

44.4 9.0 10.7 2.0 66.1 0.4% 3.3% 30.8%

44.4 9.0 10.7 2.2 66.4 0.4% 0.1% 0.1%

44.4 9.0 10.7 2.2 66.4 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

44.0 9.0 10.6 2.2 65.7 1.0% 1.0% 1.0%

42.7 8.7 10.3 2.1 63.8

44.6 8.4 11.1 1.2 65.3 2.3% 4.4% 3.8%

2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 66.4 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts 66.4 Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

66.1

66.4

66.4

65.7

63.8

65.3

66.1 0.4%

66.4 0.4%

66.4 0.0%

65.7 1.0%

63.8

65.3

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 56.5 64.6 66.3 65.4 63.8 66.6 37.7 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 19.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.4Totalassetbase 75.6 64.6 66.3 65.4 63.8 66.6 37.7 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.5% 3.1% 3.3% 3.4% 3.4% 3.2% 3.3% 3.6Returnonequity 3.5% 3.6% 3.3% 3.4% 3.4% 3.7Averageinterestondebts 3.5% 3.1% 3.3% 3.4% 3.4% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.74% 1.50% 1.75% 1.75% 4.2PriceindexBase100in2009 101.7 103.3 105.1 106.9 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(2) 65.2 64.0 63.2 62.1 Total%n/n1 1.8% 1.4% 1.7% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 66.4 66.1 66.4 66.4 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(3) 66.4 66.1 66.4 66.4

1.75% 108.8 60.4 2.7%

1.74% 101.7 62.7

2.29% 104.1 62.7 0.0%

65.7 0.0 65.7

63.8 0.0 63.8

65.3 0.0 65.3

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)ForecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactualinflationrecordedbyEUROSTAT (2)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactualcostsinrealtermsbase100in2009 (3)Determinedcosts(afterdeductionofVFRcosts)reportedatline1.1ReportingTable2(innominalterms) *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename StateNSA France Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1

6.3 86.2 1.5 0.7 94.7

6.8 76.9 1.3 0.4 85.4 9.8% 8.6% 10.8%

6.8 82.8 1.3 0.5 91.4 7.1% 0.4% 7.7%

6.9 83.3 1.3 0.5 92.1 0.7% 1.1% 0.6%

7.0 85.2 1.4 0.5 94.0 2.2% 1.6% 2.2%

6.4 84.7 1.2 0.4 92.8

4.8 76.4 0.5 0.1 0.0 81.9 11.7% 24.7% 9.7%

2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 10.3 2.9OtherStatecosts(inc.ECTL) 84.3 2.10Totalcosts 94.7 Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

10.5 74.9 85.4 9.8%

10.6 80.8 91.4 7.1%

10.7 81.3 92.1 0.7%

10.9 83.1 94.0 2.2%

10.0 82.8 92.8

7.3 74.6 81.9 11.7%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 11.7 12.8 14.0 13.9 13.9 13.5 3.0 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 2.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.4Totalassetbase 14.5 12.8 14.0 13.9 13.9 13.5 3.0 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 4.8% 3.1% 3.3% 3.4% 3.4% 3.2% 2.9% 3.6Returnonequity 3.1% 3.6% 3.3% 3.4% 3.4% 3.7Averageinterestondebts 2.6% 3.1% 3.3% 3.4% 3.4% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.74% 1.50% 1.75% 1.75% 4.2PriceindexBase100in2009 101.7 103.3 105.1 106.9 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(2) 93.0 82.7 87.0 86.1 Total%n/n1 11.1% 5.2% 1.1% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 94.7 85.4 91.4 92.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(3) 94.7 85.4 91.4 92.1

1.75% 108.8 86.4 0.4%

1.74% 101.7 91.2

2.29% 104.1 78.7 13.7%

94.0 0.0 94.0

92.8 0.0 92.8

81.9 0.0 81.9

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)ForecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactualinflationrecordedbyEUROSTAT (2)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactualcostsinrealtermsbase100in2009 (3)Determinedcosts(afterdeductionofVFRcosts)reportedatline1.1ReportingTable2(innominalterms) *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:France Consolidationallentities Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 3.2 1106.0 64.97 55.51 3.90 5.56 65.16 3.4 1162.3 66.93 58.20 3.81 4.92 67.12 10.8 1159.9 64.49 55.71 3.69 5.08 65.08 11.6 1191.2 64.61 56.02 3.60 4.99 65.24 9.6 1242.8 65.25 56.86 3.45 4.94 65.76 161.0 151.6 157.8 158.4 159.8 999.4 996.5 1039.4 1066.1 1092.5 17.023 16.637 100.0% 17.367 17.691 101.0% 17.987 18.437 19.045 1160.4 1.74% 1.74% 1148.0 2.29% 1.50% 1197.2 1.75% 1224.6 1.75% 1252.3 1.75%

51.3 948.2

17.7 1014.2

26.6 1012.9

21.8 1044.4

0.0 1092.5

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

0.0 161.0

0.0 151.6

0.0 157.8

0.0 158.4

0.0 159.8

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:France ANSPname:DSNA Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 3.2 945.0 55.51 3.4 1010.8 58.20 10.8 1002.1 55.71 11.6 1032.8 56.02 9.6 1083.0 56.86 999.4 996.5 1039.4 1066.1 1092.5 17.023 16.637 100.0% 17.367 17.691 101.0% 17.987 18.437 19.045 999.4 1.74% 1.74% 996.5 2.29% 1.50% 1039.4 1.75% 1066.1 1.75% 1092.5 1.75%

51.3 948.2

17.7 1014.2

26.6 1012.9

21.8 1044.4

0.0 1092.5

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

55.70

58.40

56.31

56.65

57.37

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:France METServiceprovidername:MeteoFrance Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4InflationadjustmentArticle1.7.2:yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2InflationadjustmentArticle1.7.2:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3TrafficArticle1.4.2:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4TrafficrisksharingArticle1.4.2:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5TrafficrisksharingArticle1.4.2:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6UncontrollablecostsArticle1.4.2:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7BonusorpenaltyforperformanceArticle1.11.2 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(1):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 3.10TrafficrisksharingArticle1.4.2:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11TrafficrisksharingArticle1.4.2:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2Article1.4.2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusersArticle1.4.2 4.CostsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharingArticle11a(2) 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2InflationadjustmentArticle1.7.2:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3TrafficArticle1.4.2:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4UncontrollablecostsArticle1.4.2:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(1):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 66.4 3.90 0.0 66.1 3.81 0.0 66.4 3.69 0.0 66.4 3.60 0.0 65.7 3.45 66.4 66.1 66.4 66.4 65.7 17.023 16.637 100.0% 17.367 17.691 101.0% 17.987 18.437 19.045 66.4 1.74% 1.74% 66.1 2.29% 1.50% 66.4 1.75% 66.4 1.75% 65.7 1.75%

0.0 66.4

0.0 66.1

0.0 66.4

0.0 66.4

0.0 65.7

3.90

3.81

3.69

3.60

3.45

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:France StateNSA Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 94.7 5.56 0.0 85.4 4.92 0.0 91.4 5.08 0.0 92.1 4.99 0.0 94.0 4.94 94.7 85.4 91.4 92.1 94.0 17.023 16.637 100.0% 17.367 17.691 101.0% 17.987 18.437 19.045 94.7 1.74% 1.74% 85.4 2.29% 1.50% 91.4 1.75% 92.1 1.75% 94.0 1.75%

0.0 94.7

0.0 85.4

0.0 91.4

0.0 92.1

0.0 94.0

5.56

4.92

5.08

4.99

4.94

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: France Year: 2013


1. Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones;

Cost accounting is carried out on the basis of data from the financial management system of the Budget Annexe "Contrle et Exploitation Ariens" (BACEA) [= air traffic control and operations budget annex]. The DSNA is coded in a more general management plan which covers the BACEA. All DSNA expenditure must be allocated to a cost-accounting code in the management plan, corresponding to the body incurring that expenditure. The management plan was set up to allow cost analysis by nature (operations, staff, depreciation, interest) and type of air navigation service (ATM, communications, navigation and surveillance, aeronautical information, etc.). The cost analysis is based on a pyramid organisation of the management plan: 55 "costaccounting units", in turn divided into around 400 "cost centres", more specialised bodies to which staff and technical installations are allocated1. The DSNA accounts in total for over 1,700 lines of codes in the BACEA management plan. Costs are allocated to the various air navigation services (ATM, communications, navigation and surveillance, aeronautical information, etc.) using disbursement formulae. Each code in the management plan (cost centre or installation) corresponds to a disbursement in respect of air navigation services or general administration2 (e.g. disbursements by a technical unit responsible for maintaining radio channels, control systems and radio navigation beacons are allocated to COM, ATM and NAV services. In the case of staff costs, the ratio takes account of the share of human resources necessary for each service, and the cost of investment is allocated to the technical installation direct: either the radio channel (100% COM), the radio navigation beacon (100% NAV) or the control system (100% ATM)). Surveillance and certification costs allocated to air navigation are determined using BACEA cost accounting. The management plan allows individual coding of air navigation technical equipment used by ACCs and approach centres (radar, VOR, ILS, radio channels, etc.). More than 1,000 technical installations are described. Costs relating to administrative support activities ("general administration") are allocated to the various air navigation services at the end of the cost accounting process on a pro rata basis.
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2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs);

The reporting tables for France follow the guidance proposed by CRCO in the explanatory note on new reporting tables, and therefore now reports the EUROCONTROL costs (general costs excluding MUAC cost) in the CAA-NSA reporting tables as Other operating costs and Other State Costs. The costs reported for Eurocontrol are the one used for the construction of the performance plan, that is: 80,815 k in 2012, 81,305 k in 2013 and 83,116 k in 2014. These costs are considered uncontrollable in the French Performance Plan.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: France Year: 2013

The other costs reported as Other State Costs relate to the cost of the airspace delegated by France to Jersey Airport is included in the France cost-base and recovered through the French charge. The breakdown of these costs for the purpose of filling the EUROCONTROL tables is provided by Jersey. Until 2008, part of these costs was attributed to the Other State Costs and reported as such in table 1. In 2009 these costs were nil and there will remain so in the future. However, the new reporting tables recall the cost forecast used to set the unit rate 2010 and therefore exhibit non-zero Other State Costs in 2010 in the ANSP table, since the cost decomposition had been based on the 2008 cost decomposition.

3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

Historical cost method.

4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity;

The cost of capital is calculated as the product of the asset base, defined as the sum of the average net book value of fixed assets used by the Air navigation Service Provider and the net current assets required for the service provision. The net current assets reflect the receivable from route charges. They are reduced to account for the remaining balance resulting from former over-recoveries. The asset base is adjusted to account for a specific treatment of the air navigation assets that were bought from Aroports de Paris (ADP) in 2006. For these assets, the depreciation billed to the users corresponds to the reimbursement of capital from the loan specifically used to buy these assets, rather than to the per good depreciation that is used to compute the DSNA asset base1. For consistency, the Net Book Value (NBV) of the assets bought from ADP has therefore to be retreated, as if the lifetime of all the assets bought through the loan had the length of the loan as their lifetime. the interest rate, which is the WACC (weighted average cost of capital), is computed in accordance with the CAPM (Capital Asset Pricing Model) method.

The interest rate used is based on the average rate for current loans and the average rate over the year of the monthly rate for State loans (risk free rate) inflated to take into account the risk premium of the ANSP. The average rate for loans is forecasted to go from 3.3% in 2012 to 3.4% in 2014. The return on equity has been set at 8% over 2012-2014, instead of 6% in 2011. This value is lower than the 12% that would have resulted from a strict application of the CAPM model, as initially proposed by DSNA, using as input parameters a risk free rate of 3.63%, the DSNA capital structure (see below), an asset beta of 0.5 (within the range of betas used by other regulated ANSPs, such as NATS (0.6), Airservice Australia (0.55) and Airways New Zealand (0.3 for a one-year contract)) and no imposition on benefits. The airlines contested the applicability by DSNA of betas similar to those of private companies in competition environment with full risk on costs and market variations. Still, the regulator supported the rationale that the risk on traffic taken under the SES II performance scheme justified an increased return on equity. It was also argued that raising the traffic forecasts in a meaningful

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: France Year: 2013


way above STATFOR medium scenario would further justify a reasonable increase of the return of equity, which airlines seemed to understand. For the performance plan 2012-2014, these two rates were weighted by the amount of the debt and amount of equity (respectively 77% and 23% based on DSNA financial accounts 2009). The weights used for the actual 2011 costs are based on the 2010 accounts.
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At the time, this choice was made to ensure a smooth transition from the former regime in which the costs of these assets was financed through the financial arrangements between ADP and DSNA to the new one in which the assets are full property of the ANSP.

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services;

The cost analysis is based on a pyramid organisation of the management plan: 55 "costaccounting units", in turn divided into around 400 "cost centres", more specialised bodies to which staff and technical installations are allocated. The DSNA accounts in total for over 1,700 lines of codes in the BACEA management plan. The management plan allows individual coding of air navigation technical equipment used by ACCs and approach centres (radar, VOR, ILS, radio channels, etc.). More than 1,000 technical installations are described. This management plan is designed to allow and facilitate the cost allocation between en-route and terminal. A lot of elements are taken into account for this cost allocation. Hereafter are examples for some of them. 1) The kind of operational unit (ACC are 100% en-route allocated, small aerodromes with local control (TWR) are 100% terminal allocated, aerodromes with approach control are split into terminal and en-route). 2) The kind of technical installation (ILS are 100% terminal, a VOR near a controlled aerodrome is partially allocated terminal while a VOR far from aerodromes is 100% en-route 3) For large TMAs the proportion of traffic in transit and the dimension of the controlled airspace compared to 20 km are taken into account to split staff costs and general operating costs. Costs relating to administrative support activities ("general administration") are split into terminal and en-route at the end of the cost accounting process on a pro rata basis.

6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration;

Mto France is the provider of meteorological services to air navigation. In 2011, the core costs accounted for 56.34 % of the total cost of the services provided.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: France Year: 2013

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones;

Mto France cost-accounting system is a full-cost model. All costs are allocated by cost accounting to the various areas of activity, one of which comprises aeronautical activities. Direct costs (costs having an immediate and exclusive connection with the activity) are allocated to the activity direct. Indirect costs (structural costs, support costs, upstream sector costs) are allocated to the areas of activity using formulae adapted to the nature of the cost (surface area, number of people, direct costs). By combining various analytical approaches, costs are broken down into 17 aeronautical items, e.g. real-time observation, en-route control watch, terminal control watch, aerodrome forecasts, etc.).

8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n - 1;

The 2011 balance for the en-route charge is around 34.2 M. This balance can be decomposed in two distinct parts: a revenue component and a cost component. On the revenue side, the total en-route service units have increased by 6.3% in 2011 (5.9% for chargeable SUs). The total en-route 2011 traffic is therefore 1.9% higher than was planned when setting the 2011 unit rate. Part of this increase in due to the military intervention in Libya and the related increase of the exempted service units. Accordingly, the 2011 chargeable service units are only 1.48% higher than the forecast used to set the 2011 unit rate, which results in an excess revenue of around 17.1 M for the ANSP. In addition, cost of "deductions" (i.e. ancillary revenues and costs for exonerated IFR and VFR flights, i.e. costs that are eventually covered by the Civil Aviation Tax) are above planning by around 12 M. These 12 M can be decomposed into ancillary revenues exceeding by 6.8 M the forecast made when setting the 2011 unit rate (impact of the common procurement of Coflight) and cost for exempted flights exceeding by 5.2 M the initial forecast (military intervention in Libya). Overall, the revenues are above forecast by around 29.1 M. On the cost side, total costs are 5.1 M (-0.4%) lower than planned. However, if the deviation between planned figures are globally in line with forecasts, total cost by natures show some substantial differences that need to be explained. The explanation provided here stands for the joint cost base. Globally, DSNA staff costs are around 33.6 M below forecast (26.6 M for en-route). This difference has two main sources of explanation. In 2011, the BACEA budget for staff cost has been under-consumed by around 16 M, mainly due to the fact that some social measure provisioned in the budget were not implemented and postponed to 2012. In addition, in 2011 the ENAC (Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile) and the SEFA (Service d'exploitation de la formation aronautique) have merged into one single entity, the "Grand ENAC". In 2010, ENAC costs were considered as external costs to the french ANSP and therefore fully reported under "other operating expenses". In contrast, SEFA costs were considered as internal costs and were therefore decomposed by nature. In 2011, the costs of the joint entity are reported into "other operating expenses". For both charges, this change of presentations translates into a 8 M decrease of staff costs.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: France Year: 2013

In contrast to staff costs, actual other operating expenses are higher than planned. In addition to the presentation of the "Grand ENAC" costs mentioned above, one should mention the impact of a change in accounting rules that happened: some expenses that were until mid-2010 recorded as CAPEX are now recorded as operating expenses. This change in accounting policy has led in 2011 to a massive under-consumption of the investment budget and a correlated over-consumption in other operating expenses. In terms of costs, this change translates into a shock in other operating expenses and, to a lesser extent, into a decrease in depreciation. Finally, the work undertaken around the entry in operation of DGAC's new financial information software helped refining the allocation of the costs of the DSAC, the French NSA, between internal costs of the French ANSP (where DSAC provides support to DSNA, e.g. for catering) and costs of the surveillance and certification services. This explains the difference between planned and actual figures for the NSA (and contributes to the increase of DSNA's "other operating expenses").

9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan.

The planned costs reported in the table are taken from the French 2012-2014 performance plan and in line with the forecast presented at the 93rd and 94th sessions of the enlarged Committee.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: France Year: 2013


1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

The France en-route charging zone corresponds to the France FIR as referred to in the Multilateral Agreement and the EUROCONTROL Conditions of Application, i.e. the France Upper Flight Information Region and the Paris, Brest, Bordeaux, Marseille and Reims Flight Information Regions.

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

The forecast presented in the table is taken from the French 2012-2014 Performance Plan. It was produced in May 2011 with the following explanations (as presented at the in the 93rd and 94th sessions of the enlarged Committee). To set the traffic forecast for the first reference period (2012-2014), the DGAC compared two relevant forecasts: the one produced by STATFOR, and the one produced by the competent entity within DGAC/DTA. Before the 2011 May update of STATFOR, the STATFOR base assumption for France for 2012 was in line with the DTA base scenario, so it was decided to keep this forecast in 2012. The revised forecast by STATFOR is slightly lower, as it takes into account the recent middle-east and Japan events (as well, DTA produced a sensitivity test to assess the possible impact of these events on traffic levels, but France made the assumption that by 2012, the effect of these events will have vanished). For 2013 and 2014, there is a significant difference between the STATFOR and DGAC/DTA forecasts, the later exhibiting a higher increasing trend. After consulting airlines, and in line with past decisions regarding traffic forecasts, France decided to adopt a traffic evolution inbetween the STATFOR and DTA base scenarios. In 2013 and 2014, respective growths of the number of chargeable service units by 2.5% and 3.3% were finally adopted.

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs;

The policy on exemptions is defined in the Order of December 20, 2007 publishing the rules and exemptions relating the route charges modified by order of December 19, 2008 relating to French military flights exemption. The following flights are exempt from the payment of charges: - flights performed by aircraft of which the maximum take-off weight authorised is less than two (2) metric tons; - flights performed exclusively for the transport, on official mission, of the reigning Monarch and his/her immediate family, Heads of State, Heads of Government, and Government Ministers. In all cases, this must be substantiated by the appropriate status indicator on the flight plan; - Search and rescue flights authorised by the appropriate relevant body. Furthermore, the French State, in the charging zone falling under its competence, exempt the following from payment of the charge: - military flights performed by military aircraft from French State and from states which have been subscribed a reciprocity agreement;

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: France Year: 2013

- training flights performed exclusively for the purpose of obtaining a licence, or a rating in the case of cockpit flight crew, and where this is substantiated by an appropriate remark on the flight plan. Flights must be performed solely within this charging zone. Flights must not serve for the transport of passengers and/or cargo, nor for positioning or ferrying of the aircraft; - flights performed exclusively for the purpose of checking or testing equipment used or intended to be used as ground aids to air navigation, excluding positioning flights by the aircraft concerned; - flights terminating at the aerodrome from which the aircraft has taken off and during which no intermediate landing has been made (circular flights); - flights performed exclusively under VFR within this charging zone; - Customs and police flights. Exempted flights are financed via the civil aviation tax.

4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist;

DSNA has no income from other sources as defined in regulation CE n691/2010, so that, line 5.1 in table 2 should be left blank. In the June 2011 tables, France however decided to use line 5.1 to report ancillary revenues and avoid netting of costs. This has been presented to the Enlarged Committed through Table-2 additional information and explained to PRB in bilateral exchanges. Considering that the June 2011 tables are in line with the French Performance Plan sent to the Commission in June 2011 and the additional information provided by France to the EC in response to its recommendation issued on November 23rd 2011, the related data have not been changed for the 94th, 96th and 97th sessions of the Enlarged Committee for route charges. France has indeed decided for readability to keep the same reporting methodology until the end of RP1. Ancillary revenues originate from the Aeronautical Information Service, responsible for the publication of aeronautical information, from various contributions such as those paid to the Technical and Innovation Department for external services, in particular in the framework of European studies (e.g. SESAR) and from the co-financing of Coflight by ENAV and skyguide. In 2011, actual ancillary revenues allocated for en-route reached 10.2 M and therefore fall exceeded the 3.4 M forecast used when setting the 2011 unit rate by 6.8 M. Most of the difference between planned and actual figures comes from the co-financing of Coflight by ENAV and skyguide, which is now included in ancillary revenues rather than netted from the cost base.

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

In 2010, DSNA has left the so called full cost recovery system and switched to an incentive scheme. To this aim, France has changed its regulation and a decree has been issued on the 18th December 2009 to allow for the implementation of the new charging mechanism. National performance plans have been adopted for 2010 and 2011. Performance targets were set in terms of safety, environmental efficiency, punctuality and cost efficiency, albeit financial incentives were limited to the area of cost efficiency. France therefore anticipated by two years the new charging scheme introduced by the SES II regulatory package.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: France Year: 2013


With the entry into force of the SES II package, incentives applied on DSNA for 2012 and onwards will follow the rules and modalities described in regulations CE n691/2010 and CE n1191/2010. Finally, the objectives in terms of cost-efficiency presented in the reporting tables have been included in France national performance plan together with some safety and capacity objectives, while objectives in the capacity and environment areas have been set at FABEC level and included in the FABEC performance plan. No financial incentive has been attached to the performance objectives described in the FABEC performance plan.

6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

Over the period 2012-2014, DSNA will continue its efforts in terms of staff costs (until 2013, only half of the retirements will be replaced and wage evolutions will be very limited) and operating costs, despite the increase in the rate of contribution to pensions. Regarding investments, DSNA plans to increase its CAPEX in order to be able to cope with the expected return of the traffic growth in a context of staff reduction.

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

No incentives provided for users.

8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years;

In 2010, DSNA has left the so called full cost recovery system and switched to an incentive scheme. According to the decree that establishes this new charging scheme, the balance resulting from over/under recoveries generated over the period 2006-2009 can be regularized until 2014. The remaining balance from years 2006 to 2008 will be given back to users in 2012 and 2013. In this respect, it should be reminded that, according to the French rules of end 2009 and the French performance plan for 2010, no risk sharing on traffic was implemented in 2010. DSNA 2011 performance plan included a risk-sharing mechanism resembling the traffic-risk sharing of regulation EC n1191/2011, albeit simpler (no cost exempted from traffic risk, adjustment based on chargeable service units, not on total service units). Since the number of chargeable service units controlled by DSNA exceeds the performance plan forecast by only 1.4%, the deviation is too narrow to trigger the risk-sharing mechanism and there will be no further adjustment to the determined costs in 2013.

FYROM

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities FYROM 2013data

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 378 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 94 1.3Depreciation 106 1.4Costofcapital 32 1.5Exceptionalitems 0 1.6Totalcosts 609 Total%n/n1 4.3% Staff%n/n1 13.2% Otherop.%n/n1 2.8% 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 321 2.2Communication 43 2.3Navigation 43 2.4Surveillance 99 2.5Searchandrescue 2 46 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 35 2.8Supervisioncosts 22 2.9OtherStatecosts 0 2.10Totalcosts 609 Total%n/n1 4.3% ATM%n/n1 21.0% CNS%n/n1 90.2%

405 120 103 31 0 659.30 8.2% 7.2% 28.0%

415 119 103 25 0 661.61 0.3% 2.4% 0.6%

451 177 98 20 0 746.82 12.9% 8.8% 48.6%

453 148 50 20 0 671.85 10.0% 0.5% 16.3%

462 154 54 31 0 701.66 4.4% 1.9% 4.0%

472 163 76 45 0 754.46 7.5% 2.1% 5.2%

481 168 98 41 0 786.95 4.3% 1.9% 3.3%

491 172 98 38 0 798.51 1.5% 2.1% 2.5%

331 45 45 98 4 36 38 24 38 659.30 8.2% 3.4% 2.3%

343 44 45 95 4 36 38 26 31 661.61 0.4% 3.6% 2.6%

384 48 48 91 4 40 42 51 38 746.82 12.9% 12.0% 2.0%

341 40 39 76 4 39 39 57 37 671.85 10.0% 11.4% 16.8%

357 46 45 76 4 40 41 54 38 701.66 4.4% 4.7% 7.5%

373 56 45 96 4 41 45 56 39 754.46 7.5% 4.6% 17.7%

399 58 45 96 4 43 46 56 39 786.95 4.3% 7.0% 1.5%

411 56 46 96 4 43 47 57 39 798.51 1.5% 2.9% 0.8%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 637 491 388 290 350 581 841 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.3Netcurrentassets 0 78 57 60 0 0 0 3.4Totalassetbase 637 569 445 350 350 581 841 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 5.0% 5.5% 5.5% 5.7% 5.8% 5.3% 5.3% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 0.5% 1.5% 3.9% 2.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 100.0 103.9 106.0 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 609 659 637 705 Total%n/n1 4.8% 8.2% 3.4% 10.7% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 609 659 662 747 5.1Totalcosts 0 0 0 0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 609 659 662 747

769 0 0 769 5.3%

719 0 0 719 5.3%

2.0% 108.1 622 11.8%

2.0% 110.3 636 2.4%

2.0% 112.5 671 5.4%

2.0% 114.7 686 2.3%

2.0% 117.0 682 0.5%

672 0 672

702 0 702

754 0 754

787 0 787

799 0 799

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000MKDServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METprovidername FYROM MET 2013data

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 0.5% 1.5% 3.9% 2.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 100.0 103.9 106.0 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 0 0 0 0 Total%n/n1 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 0 0 0 0

2.0% 108.1 0

2.0% 110.3 0

2.0% 112.5 0

2.0% 114.7 0

2.0% 117.0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000MKDServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName FYROM MNAV 2013data

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 378 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 94 1.3Depreciation 106 1.4Costofcapital 32 1.5Exceptionalitems 0 1.6Totalcosts 609 Total%n/n1 4.3% Staff%n/n1 13.2% Otherop.%n/n1 2.8% 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 321 2.2Communication 43 2.3Navigation 43 2.4Surveillance 99 2.5Searchandrescue 2 46 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 35 2.8Supervisioncosts 22 2.9OtherStatecosts 0 2.10Totalcosts 609 Total%n/n1 4.3% ATM%n/n1 21.0% CNS%n/n1 90.2%

388 72 103 31 0 593.80 2.6% 2.6% 23.3%

397 77 103 25 0 601 1.2% 2.2% 7.6%

427 109 98 20 0 654 8.8% 7.7% 40.7%

427 77 50 20 0 574 12.3% 0.0% 29.6%

436 85 54 31 0 605 5.5% 2.0% 10.4%

444 91 76 45 0 656 8.4% 2.0% 8.0%

453 96 98 41 0 688 4.8% 2.0% 5.0%

462 101 98 38 0 699 1.6% 2.0% 5.0%

331 45 45 98 0 36 38 0 0 593.80 2.6% 3.4% 2.3%

343 44 45 95 0 36 38 0 0 601 1.2% 3.6% 2.6%

384 48 48 91 0 40 42 0 0 654 8.8% 12.0% 2.0%

341 40 39 76 0 39 39 0 0 574 12.3% 11.4% 16.8%

357 46 45 76 0 40 41 0 0 605 5.5% 4.7% 7.5%

373 56 45 96 0 41 45 0 0 656 8.4% 4.6% 17.7%

399 58 45 96 0 43 46 0 0 688 4.8% 7.0% 1.5%

411 56 46 96 0 43 47 0 0 699 1.6% 2.9% 0.8%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 637 491 388 290 350 581 841 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.3Netcurrentassets 0 78 57 60 0 0 0 3.4Totalassetbase 637 569 445 350 350 581 841 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 5.0% 5.5% 5.5% 5.7% 5.8% 5.3% 5.3% 3.6Returnonequity 6.0% 6.0% 6.0% 6.0% 6.0% 6.0% 6.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts 4.5% 2.1% 2.3% 2.5% 1.5% 3.0% 4.5% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 0.5% 1.5% 3.9% 2.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 100.0 103.9 106.0 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 609 594 579 617 Total%n/n1 4.8% 2.6% 2.6% 6.6% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 609 594 601 654 0 0 0 0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 609 594 601 654

769 0 0 769 5.3% 6.0% 4.5%

719 0 0 719 5.3% 6.0% 4.5%

2.0% 108.1 531 14.0%

2.0% 110.3 549 3.4%

2.0% 112.5 583 6.2%

2.0% 114.7 599 2.8%

2.0% 117.0 597 0.4%

574 0 574

605 0 605

656 0 656

688 0 688

699 0 699

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000MKDServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename CAANSA FYROM


CAA-NSA

2013data

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

17 48

18 42

24 69

26 72

27 70

27 71

27 72

28 71

65.51

60 7.7% 6.3% 12.7%

93 53.8% 32.4% 63.3%

98 5.5% 7.8% 4.7%

96 1.9% 0.7% 2.8%

99 2.3% 3.3% 1.9%

99 0.8% 0.0% 1.1%

100 0.4% 3.6% 0.9%

24 38 65.51

26 31 60 7.7%

51 38 93 53.8%

57 37 98 5.5%

54 38 96 1.9%

56 39 99 2.3%

56 39 99 0.8%

57 39 100 0.4%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 0.5% 1.5% 3.9% 2.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 100.0 102.7 104.5 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 0 66 59 89 Total%n/n1 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 0 66 60 93 0 0 0 0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 0 66 60 93

2.0% 106.3 92

2.0% 108.2 89

2.0% 110.1 89

2.0% 112.0 89

2.0% 113.0 88

98 0 98

96 0 96

99 0 99

99 0 99

100 0 100

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000MKDServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actualinflationforecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcosts (2)Priceindexbase100in2010 (3)ActualForecastcostsinrealtermsat2010prices (4)ActualcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Unitratecalculation FYROM 2013data

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Calculationofthenationalunitrate(Finaldatauntil2012Preliminarydatafrom2013inMKD) 1.1Totalcostspriortoded.ofVFRcosts(1) 687 637 656 751 672 702 754 787 799 1.2CostsofexemptedVFRflights(1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.3CostsofexemptedIFRflights 1.4Amountscarriedovertoyearn 11 50 13 18 30 25 25 0 0 1.5Incomefromothersources 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.6Chargeablecoststotal 674 685 668 768 701 726 779 786 798 %n/n1 6.4% 1.6% 2.5% 14.9% 8.6% 3.5% 7.3% 1.5% 1.5% 1.7Totalserviceunits 0.196 0.198 0.196 0.213 0.190 0.195 0.205 0.215 0.227 1.8Chargeableserviceunits 0.195 0.197 0.196 0.213 0.190 0.195 0.205 0.215 0.227 1.9Unitratenat.currency1.6/1.8 3448.95 3469.52 3450.59 3610.09 3687.76 3722.74 3798.61 3656.84 3514.57 %n/n1 5.2% 0.6% 0.5% 4.6% 2.2% 0.9% 2.0% 1.3% 1.3% 1.10Exchangerate(Septembern1) 61.21 61.28 61.26 61.04 61.91 61.91 61.91 61.91 61.91 1.11Basicnationalrateineuro 56.34 56.61 56.33 59.15 59.57 60.13 61.36 59.07 56.77 %n/n1 5.0% 0.5% 0.5% 5.0% 0.7% 0.9% 2.0% 1.3% 1.3% 2.Actual/forecastserviceunits(in'000000serviceunits) 2.1Totalserviceunits 0.180 %n/n1 1.0% 2.2Chargeableserviceunits 0.180 %n/n1 0.9%

0.183 1.7% 0.183 1.7%

0.194 5.9% 0.194 5.9%

0.213 9.7% 0.213 9.8%

0.190 10.6% 0.190 10.5%

0.195 2.5% 0.195 2.5%

0.205 5.1% 0.205 5.1%

0.215 4.9% 0.215 4.9%

0.227 5.6% 0.227 5.6%

3.Over()orunder(+)recoveriestobecarriedover('000000inMKD) Chargesbilledtousers 620 634 3.1Chargesbilledtousers Netactualcostschargeabletousers 3.2Totalcostspriorded.ofVFRcosts(2) 609 659 3.3CostofexemptedVFRflights(2) 0 0 3.4CostsofexemptedIFRflights 1 1 3.5Amountscarriedovertoyearn 11 50 3.6Incomefromothersources 0 0 3.7Chargeablecoststotal 597 708 Over()orunder(+)recovery 23 74 3.8Balancetobecarriedover 4.Carryoverofover()orunder(+)recoveries('000000inMKD) 4.1Balanceyear2003 0 4.2Balanceyear2004 108 0 4.3Balanceyear2005 150 50 50 4.4Balanceyear2006 27 27 0 4.5Balanceyear2007 89 89 0 4.6Balanceyear2008 13 0 0 4.7Balanceyear2009 18 0 4.8Balanceyear2010 75 4.9Balanceyear2011 5 4.10Balanceyear2012(3) 4.11Amountcarriedovertoyearn 0 11 50

668 662 0 1 13 0 674 5

768 747 0 1 18 0 764 4

701 672 0 1 30 0 701 0

726 702 0 1 25 0 726 0

779 754 0 1 25 0 779 0

786 787 0 1 0 0 786 0

798 799 0 1 0 0 798 0

0 0 13 0 0

0 0 18 0 0 18

0 0 25 5 30

0 25 0 25

25 0 25 0 0

13

5.Unitcost(TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts/Totalserviceunitsinnationalcurrency) 3383 3599 3409 3506 3529 5.1Totalcosts3.2/Serviceunits2.1 5.2ANSPcomponentoftheunitcost 3383 3241 3097 3069 3013 5.3METcomponentoftheunitcost 0 0 0 0 0 5.4NSAStatecomponentoftheunitcost 0 358 312 437 516 %n/n1 5.4% 6.4% 5.3% 2.9% 0.6%

3595 3101 0 493 1.9%

3677 3197 0 480 2.3%

3657 3195 0 461 0.5%

3515 3076 0 439 3.9%

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000MKDServiceunitsin'000000 (1)TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsusedtocalculateunitratesforecastfromNarereportedfromTable1 (2)TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsCostdatareportedfromTable1 (3)Estimatedbalancefor2012

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Year: 2013
1. Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones;

Facilities and services which serve only for en-route have been allocated 100% to en-route services. For facilities and services that serve both en-route and aerodrome control, the costs have been allocated based on the allocation keys.

2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs);

Regarding the CAA / NSA costs, in general, there are rendered total costs required to perform the functions of the NSA. There is minor increase in staff and operating costs due to the signing of ELPAC Licence Agreement with Eurocontrol and the necessaries regarding the engagement of an examiner and setting up a test centre for performing of the test itself. EUROCONTROL costs are presented according their cost base figures for 2013-2017 which are based on a scenario currently in force, as follows: 2011A 578.241 61.1328 2012F 625.000 61.0377 2013F 604.000 61.9095 2014F 610.000 61.9095 2015F 624.000 61.9095 2016F 637.000 61.9095 2017F year 680.000 EUR 61.9095 (MKD/EUR)

3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

Depreciation is charged on a straight-line basis at prescribed rates in order to allocate the cost of property, plant and equipment over their useful lives. Constructed assets are depreciated from the time they are put into use. No depreciation is provided on land and construction in progress.

4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity;

The cost of capital was calculated as the product of NBV of the fixed assets in operation and weighted average of the cost of capital (5.8%) on debt and return on equity. The interest on net current assets was not added in the final calculation.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Year: 2013
( 000 ) 350.324,00

Total capital employed (net assets) Capital structure Long term debt Equity Total

17.165,88 333.158,12 350.324,00

4,90% 95,10%

Long term debt Equity WACC (weighted average cost of capital)

Weight 4,90% 95,10%

Rate 1,50% 6,00%

Weighted rate 0,1% 5,7% 5,8%

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services;

For facilities and services that serve both en route and terminal, the costs have been allocated based on the following criteria: - staff costs (based on FTE ATCOs in OPS); - travel expenses (based on staff costs); - telecommunications and transport (based on FTE ATCOs in OPS); - Maintenance, spare parts, materials, energy (based on fixed assets).

6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration;

MET costs (2013) F Staff costs Operating costs Depreciation Cost of capital Total:

(MKD000) 32.781 5.911 38.692

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones;

MET services are provided internally by the ANSP and the costs are fully allocated to civil aviation, between en- route and aerodrome control services on a 75% to 25% basis.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Year: 2013

8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n - 1;

Costs by type (000 MKD) Staff costs Operating costs Depreciation Cost of capital Exceptional costs Total:

Planned costs (n-1) 382.495 87.019 101.390 20.352 591.256

Actual costs (n-1) 396.520 77.405 102.709 24.501 601.135

Difference in % + 3.7% - 11% + 1,3% + 20.4% + 1.7%

- Total actual costs in 2011 are closed to the planned amount with a difference of 1,7%. - There is difference in actual staff costs versus planned costs of 3,7% due to transfer of TWR ATCOs not required for TMA operation to the ACC unit. - The decrease in operating costs of (-11%) is due to rescheduling of ATCOs refresher course for 2012 and 2013. - The increase of 20% in the 2011 cost of capital is due to inclusion of the interest on net current assets (4.579) 000 MKD in the total amount.

9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan;

Further to request of the user organizations from CER/96, the Government and ANSP management have undertaken several cost containment measures for better cost control and unit rate stabilization. These measures are listed below: COST CONTAINMENT MEASURES 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Temporary freeze of salaries increase; Review of ATCOs training program, when this does not impact future capacity; Rescheduling the investment plan; Spreading of assets operational life & depreciation costs; Carrying forward the balance from 2010 and spread over 2013, 2014 and 2015; Use of equity reserves for financing under-recoveries.

STAFF COSTS: According the Law on Payment of Salaries, the intention of the Government in 2013 was to increase salaries in the public sector by 5%. Meanwhile, due to economic situation and by way of antirecession measures, the implementation of this law has been postponed until December 2013. In the meanwhile, the 2012 increase in staff costs was due to the higher social contributions after the implementation of the amendments of the Law on social contributions dated 30/12/2011. OPERATING COSTS: - The main reason for the projected increase of operating costs in 2012 corresponds to :

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Year: 2013
increased ATCOs training and travel costs due to the lack of training establishment within the ANSP; projected increase in maintenance cost due to the expiration of the equipment warranty period and growing prices of energy, fuel, heating, materials and supplies.

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- Simultaneously in the second half of the 2012, ANSP management closely monitors the traffic evolution and undertakes further measures for robust cost control. - Consequently, in 2013 due to the economic situation and cost-containment measures, significant reduction of operating costs has been projected for reduction of total cost-base. DEPRECIATION COSTS: The main investment projects planned for the period 2013-2017 are listed below: Flight plan convertor (operational in 2013) (0,15M EUR); Back-up contingency ATC system (to be operational in 2014) (0,5M EUR); Back-up radio site (operational in 2014) (0,2M EUR); Upgrade of MSSR to enhanced Mode-S radar; (operational in 2015) (0,7M EUR); Mode-S enhanced surveillance ground station implementation (in 2015) (2,2M EUR); Voice communication system (operational in 2015) (0,7M EUR); New voice recorder (in 2015) (0,15M EUR); New VHF radio station and MW link (in 2015) (0,75M EUR); AWOS/VOLMET/ATIS replacement at Skopje and Ohrid airports (operational in 2015) (0,4M EUR); Procurement of a new ATC system (operational in 2016) (6M EUR); OPS room for the new ATC system (in 2016) (0,25M EUR).

COST OF CAPITAL: The values attained at the two auctions of long-term Government bonds in 2012 were 5,50% and 5,70% which are close to the rate of WACC (5,8%) used in the calculation.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Year: 2013
1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

En-route charging zone of the FYR of Macedonia covers the airspace of Skopje FIR.

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

EUROCONTROL Medium-Term Forecast of SU: September 2012-2017 update has been used as a guide in our traffic projection, but there is still considerable uncertainty in the forecast due to the traffic situation with airspace restrictions over Kosovo, the effects of the economic crises and several airlines bankruptcy, the reduced interest for tourist destinations in the region and in the Middle East. Therefore, ANSP management has already intensified the international and regional ATM cooperation which could prevail in traffic recovery by the end of 2013.

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs;

The following flights are exempted from payment of the charges and the costs related should be reimbursed by the State: - VFR flights; - Circular flights; - Flights performed by aircraft which MTOW is less than 2 metric tones; - State flights; - S&R flights.

4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist;

There is no income from other sources related to en-route services.

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

Currently, there are no incentives applied on air navigation service provider. In 2010 the ANSP has determined key performance indicators and targets for cost-effectiveness area, i.e. annual reduction of the en-route unit cost per km and cost per service unit expressed in real terms by 3,5% between 2010-2015, but the achievement of these objectives would mostly depend on the projected traffic growth scenarios( traffic disruption due to Kosovo airspace closure, global economic situation, social events in the region etc.)

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Year: 2013

6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

Capacity plans are in line with the defined capacity profile and they could be extended in order to manage the increased traffic flow expected with the re-opening of the Kosovo airspace. We consider that in that case, the traffic demand will be met by 3 (three) ACC sector configuration. The 4 (four) sectors configuration might be deployed after Kosovo airspace re-opening and depends on the adequate manpower planning, which will be addressed by an extensive training process in the following period. Technical enablers for 4 (four) sectors operation are available /or could be available in short period. Therefore, the only constrain under the ANSP control (airspace restriction lifting is handled by the international bodies) remains the adequate manpower planning.

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

None.

8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years;

The balance from 2010 under-recovery was carried forward and spread to 2013, 2014 and 2015 in order to moderate the influence on unit rate. The balance from 2011 under-recovery shall be fully recovered in 2013.

GERMANY

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Germany Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 645.8 30.2 24.0 30.2 0.0 3.2 34.4 11.0 88.2 866.9 689.8 31.6 24.2 31.7 0.0 5.5 34.9 10.1 105.6 933.3 7.7% 6.8% 3.6% 752.7 31.4 24.3 33.6 0.0 5.5 36.7 11.5 105.1 1000.8 7.2% 9.1% 2.1% 774.8 32.5 25.1 34.7 0.0 5.7 36.3 11.6 107.0 1027.7 2.7% 2.9% 3.4% 789.9 33.4 25.9 35.7 0.0 5.9 36.3 11.7 110.0 1048.9 2.1% 1.9% 3.0% 639.9 30.0 24.0 30.2 0.0 3.2 31.1 9.5 88.3 856.3 691.0 31.4 24.3 31.7 0.0 5.5 32.2 9.9 98.4 924.3 7.9% 8.0% 3.7% 528.5 195.8 77.4 50.3 14.9 866.9 574.5 186.6 79.9 60.0 32.3 933.3 7.7% 8.7% 4.7% 633.8 191.2 80.5 62.7 32.6 1000.8 7.2% 10.3% 2.5% 670.5 186.0 77.3 59.9 34.0 1027.7 2.7% 5.8% 2.7% 690.9 186.3 77.4 57.9 36.4 1048.9 2.1% 3.0% 0.1% 536.6 172.7 80.9 49.7 16.4 856.3 627.7 130.5 84.1 60.3 21.7 924.3 7.9% 17.0% 24.4%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 546.9 584.5 536.5 551.4 565.4 546.9 565.8 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 430.4 414.3 607.0 542.2 480.0 430.4 414.3 3.3Netcurrentassets 87.3 51.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 87.3 51.8 3.4Totalassetbase 1064.7 1050.7 1143.5 1093.6 1045.5 1064.7 1031.9 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.2% 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 4.2PriceindexBase100in2009 101.2 103.2 105.3 107.4 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(2) 856.7 904.2 950.6 957.0 Total%n/n1 5.5% 5.1% 0.7% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 866.9 933.3 1000.8 1027.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(3) 866.9 933.3 1000.8 1027.7

2.0% 109.5 957.5 0.1%

1.2% 101.2 846.1

2.5% 103.7 891.1 5%

1048.9 0.0 1048.9

856.3 0.0 856.3

924.3 0.0 924.3

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)ForecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactualinflationrecordedbyEUROSTAT (2)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactualcostsinrealtermsbase100in2009 (3)Determinedcosts(afterdeductionofVFRcosts)reportedatline1.1ReportingTable2(innominalterms) *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName Germany DFS ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 454.4 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 100.5 1.3Depreciation 67.4 1.4Costofcapital 48.2 1.5Exceptionalitems 14.9 1.6Totalcosts 685.4 Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

493.8 92.3 69.8 57.8 32.3 746.1 8.8% 8.7% 8.1%

551.7 97.7 70.5 60.4 33.6 813.9 9.1% 11.7% 5.8%

585.0 93.5 67.0 57.6 35.0 838.0 3.0% 6.0% 4.3%

602.3 92.1 67.0 55.6 36.4 853.4 1.8% 3.0% 1.5%

460.2 83.4 69.9 48.2 16.4 678.1 1.4% 9.8% 11.4%

504.0 95.8 71.5 57.8 32.3 761.3 12.3% 9.5% 14.8%

582.9 30.2 24.0 30.2 3.2

620.8 31.6 24.2 31.7 5.5

685.5 31.4 24.3 33.6 5.5

705.1 32.5 25.1 34.7 5.7

716.0 33.4 25.9 35.7 5.9

574.3 30.0 24.0 30.2 3.2

636.1 31.4 24.3 31.7 5.5

14.9 685.4

32.3 746.1 8.8% 6.5% 3.6%

33.6 813.9 9.1% 10.4% 2.1%

35.0 838.0 3.0% 2.8% 3.4%

36.4 853.4 1.8% 1.6% 3.0%

16.4 678.1

32.3 761.3 12.3% 10.8% 3.7%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 546.9 565.8 519.2 529.9 541.8 546.9 565.8 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 430.4 414.3 607.0 542.2 480.0 430.4 414.3 3.3Netcurrentassets 87.3 51.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 87.3 51.8 3.4Totalassetbase 1064.7 1031.9 1126.2 1072.1 1021.8 1064.7 1031.9 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 4.5% 5.6% 5.4% 5.4% 5.4% 4.5% 5.6% 3.6Returnonequity 2.3% 4.0% 7.8% 7.8% 7.8% 2.3% 4.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts 5.5% 6.4% 4.5% 4.4% 4.4% 5.5% 6.4% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.2% 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 4.2PriceindexBase100in2009 101.2 103.2 105.3 107.4 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(2) 677.3 722.8 773.0 780.3 Total%n/n1 6.7% 7.0% 0.9% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 685.4 746.1 813.9 838.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(3) 685.4 746.1 813.9 838.0

2.0% 109.5 779.0 0.2%

1.2% 101.2 670.1

2.5% 103.7 733.9 10%

853.4 0.0 853.4

678.1 0.0 678.1

761.3 0.0 761.3

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)ForecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactualinflationrecordedbyEUROSTAT (2)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactualcostsinrealtermsbase100in2009 (3)Determinedcosts(afterdeductionofVFRcosts)reportedatline1.1ReportingTable2(innominalterms) *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METServiceprovidername Germany DWD ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1

15.9 12.7 4.7 1.1 34.4

18.7 10.6 4.1 1.5 34.9 1.5% 17.3% 16.1%

20.5 10.4 4.2 1.5 36.7 5.0% 10.0% 2.1%

21.1 9.4 4.3 1.5 36.3 1.0% 2.9% 9.9%

21.1 9.3 4.4 1.5 36.3 0.1% 0.1% 1.1%

17.5 8.8 3.8 1.0 31.1

17.6 8.6 4.3 1.6 32.2 3.4% 0.5% 2.6%

2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 34.4 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts 34.4 Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

34.9

36.7

36.3

36.3

31.1

32.2

34.9 1.5%

36.7 5.0%

36.3 1.0%

36.3 0.1%

31.1

32.2 3.4%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 2.3% 4.0% 4.0% 4.0% 4.0% 2.3% 4.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.2% 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 4.2PriceindexBase100in2009 101.2 103.2 105.3 107.4 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(2) 34.0 33.8 34.8 33.8 Total%n/n1 0.5% 2.9% 3.0% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 34.4 34.9 36.7 36.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(3) 34.4 34.9 36.7 36.3

2.0% 109.5 33.2 1.9%

1.2% 101.2 30.7

2.5% 103.7 31.0 1%

36.3 0.0 36.3

31.1 0.0 31.1

32.2 0.0 32.2

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)ForecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactualinflationrecordedbyEUROSTAT (2)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactualcostsinrealtermsbase100in2009 (3)Determinedcosts(afterdeductionofVFRcosts)reportedatline1.1ReportingTable2(innominalterms) *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename StateNSA Germany Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1

8.6 2.4

6.6 3.5

8.0 3.5

8.0 3.6

8.0 3.7

6.6 2.9

6.8 3.1

11.0

10.1 8.1% 22.8% 43.9%

11.5 14.0% 20.9% 1.0%

11.6 0.8% 0.2% 2.2%

11.7 0.8% 0.3% 1.9%

9.5

9.9 4.1% 2.2% 8.4%

2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 11.0 2.9OtherStatecosts(inc.ECTL) 2.10Totalcosts 11.0 Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

10.1 10.1 8.1%

11.5 11.5 14.0%

11.6 11.6 0.8%

11.7 11.7 0.8%

9.5 9.5

9.9 0.0 9.9 4.1%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.2% 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 4.2PriceindexBase100in2009 101.2 103.2 105.3 107.4 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(2) 10.9 9.8 10.9 10.8 Total%n/n1 9.9% 11.8% 1.2% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 11.0 10.1 11.5 11.6 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(3) 11.0 10.1 11.5 11.6

2.0% 109.5 10.7 1.1%

1.2% 101.2 9.4

2.5% 103.7 9.6 2%

11.7 0.0 11.7

9.5 0.0 9.5

9.9 0.0 9.9

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)ForecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactualinflationrecordedbyEUROSTAT (2)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactualcostsinrealtermsbase100in2009 (3)Determinedcosts(afterdeductionofVFRcosts)reportedatline1.1ReportingTable2(innominalterms) *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename StateECTL Germany Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1

0.0 73.3

0.0 73.3

0.0 71.5

0.0 72.0

0.0 73.6

0.0 71.9

73.3

73.3 0.0% 0.0%

71.5 2.4% 2.4%

72.0 0.6% 0.6%

73.6 2.2% 2.2%

71.9

53.3 17.1 5.1 0.3 9.7 66.1 8.1% 76.2%

2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts(inc.ECTL) 73.3 2.10Totalcosts 73.3 Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

73.3 73.3 0.0%

71.5 71.5 2.4%

72.0 72.0 0.6%

73.6 73.6 2.2%

71.9 71.9

66.1 66.1 8.1%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.2% 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 4.2PriceindexBase100in2009 101.2 103.2 105.3 107.4 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(2) 72.4 71.0 68.0 67.0 Total%n/n1 2.0% 4.3% 1.4% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 73.3 73.3 71.5 72.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(3) 73.3 73.3 71.5 72.0

2.0% 109.5 67.2 0.2%

1.2% 101.2 71.1

2.5% 103.7 63.7 10%

73.6 0.0 73.6

71.9 0.0 71.9

66.1 0.0 66.1

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)ForecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactualinflationrecordedbyEUROSTAT (2)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactualcostsinrealtermsbase100in2009 (3)Determinedcosts(afterdeductionofVFRcosts)reportedatline1.1ReportingTable2(innominalterms) *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename MUAC Germany Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1

49.6 6.9 5.3 1.0 0.0 62.8

55.3 6.9 6.0 0.7 0.0 68.9 9.7% 11.4% 0.3%

53.6 8.0 5.8 0.8 1.0 67.2 2.6% 3.2% 16.3%

56.4 7.5 6.0 0.8 1.0 69.8 3.9% 5.4% 6.1%

59.4 7.6 6.0 0.9 0.0 73.9 5.9% 5.2% 0.7%

52.2 5.6 7.3 0.5 0.0 65.6

46.1 5.9 3.2 0.6 0.9 54.9 16.3% 11.8% 5.9%

2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 62.8 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts(inc.ECTL) 2.10Totalcosts 62.8 Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

68.9

67.2

69.8

73.9

65.6

54.9

68.9 9.7%

67.2 2.6%

69.8 3.9%

73.9 5.9%

65.6

54.9 16.3%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 18.7 17.3 21.4 23.6 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase 18.7 17.3 21.4 23.6 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.8% 4.4% 3.8% 3.8% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.2% 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 4.2PriceindexBase100in2009 101.2 103.2 105.3 107.4 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(2) 62.1 66.8 63.8 65.0 Total%n/n1 7.6% 4.5% 1.8% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 62.8 68.9 67.2 69.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(3) 62.8 68.9 67.2 69.8

2.0% 109.5 67.4 3.8%

1.2% 101.2 64.8

2.5% 103.7 52.9 18.4%

73.9 0.0 73.9

65.6 0.0 65.6

54.9 0.0 54.9

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)ForecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactualinflationrecordedbyEUROSTAT (2)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactualcostsinrealtermsbase100in2009 (3)Determinedcosts(afterdeductionofVFRcosts)reportedatline1.1ReportingTable2(innominalterms) *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Germany Consolidationallentities Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1RevenuesfromothersourcesArticle1.3 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.6ECTLcomponentoftheunitrate 5.7MUACcomponentoftheunitrate 5.8Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 839.0 68.86 54.39 2.79 0.56 5.98 5.13 68.86 12.8 928.3 71.84 58.24 2.87 0.58 5.20 4.94 72.83 0.0 987.4 74.19 60.41 2.51 0.75 5.27 5.25 74.19 0.1 1048.6 76.50 63.22 2.51 0.84 5.34 4.59 76.51 0.0 1048.9 74.29 60.44 2.57 0.83 5.21 5.23 74.29 181.5 187.2 186.9 189.7 195.5 685.4 746.1 813.9 838.0 853.4 12.184 12.202 100.1% 12.922 12.658 98.0% 13.309 13.708 14.119 866.94 1.2% 1.2% 0.0 933.31 1000.82 1027.72 1048.86 2.5% 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 0.0

22.7 662.7

6.5 752.6

9.9 804.0

28.7 866.7

0.0 853.4

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

5.2 176.3

1.3 188.5

3.5 183.4

7.7 182.0

0.0 195.5

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Germany ANSPname:DFS Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1RevenuesfromothersourcesArticle1.3 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 0.1 866.6 63.22 685.4 746.1 813.9 838.0 853.4 12.184 12.202 100.1% 12.922 12.658 98.0% 13.309 13.708 14.119 685.42 1.2% 1.2% 0.0 746.07 2.5% 2.0% 0.0 813.91 2.0% 838.05 2.0% 853.37 2.0%

22.7 662.7

6.5 752.6

9.9 804.0

28.7 866.7

0.0 853.4

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

662.7 54.39

752.6 58.24

804.0 60.41

853.4 60.44

5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues

54.39

58.24

60.41

63.23

60.44

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Germany METServiceprovidername:DWD Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1RevenuesfromothersourcesArticle1.3 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 0.0 34.0 2.79 0.0 37.1 2.87 0.0 33.3 2.51 0.0 34.4 2.51 0.0 36.3 2.57 34.4 34.9 36.7 36.3 36.3 12.184 12.202 100.1% 12.922 12.658 98.0% 13.309 13.708 14.119 34.41 1.2% 1.2% 0.0 34.92 2.5% 2.0% 0.0 36.67 2.0% 36.30 2.0% 36.32 2.0%

0.4 34.0

2.2 37.1

3.3 33.3

1.9 34.4

0.0 36.3

5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues

2.79

2.87

2.51

2.51

2.57

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Germany StateNSA Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1RevenuesfromothersourcesArticle1.3 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 0.0 6.8 0.56 0.0 7.4 0.58 0.0 10.0 0.75 0.0 11.5 0.84 0.0 11.7 0.83 11.0 10.1 11.5 11.6 11.7 12.184 12.202 100.1% 12.922 12.658 98.0% 13.309 13.708 14.119 10.99 1.2% 1.2% 0.0 10.10 2.5% 2.0% 0.0 11.52 2.0% 11.61 2.0% 11.71 2.0%

4.2 6.8

2.7 7.4

1.5 10.0

0.1 11.5

0.0 11.7

5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues

0.56

0.58

0.75

0.84

0.83

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Germany StateNSAEUROCONTROL Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1RevenuesfromothersourcesArticle1.3 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 0.0 72.9 5.98 7.0 67.3 5.20 0.0 70.1 5.27 0.0 73.2 5.34 0.0 73.6 5.21 73.3 73.3 71.5 72.0 73.6 12.184 12.202 100.1% 12.922 12.658 98.0% 13.309 13.708 14.119 73.29 1.2% 1.2% 0.0 73.29 2.5% 2.0% 0.0 71.54 2.0% 71.99 2.0% 73.59 2.0%

0.4 72.9

1.0 74.2

1.4 70.1

1.2 73.2

0.0 73.6

5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues

5.98

5.75

5.27

5.34

5.21

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Germany MUAC Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1RevenuesfromothersourcesArticle1.3 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 0.0 62.5 5.13 5.9 63.9 4.94 0.0 69.8 5.25 0.0 62.9 4.59 0.0 73.9 5.23 62.8 68.9 67.2 69.8 73.9 12.184 12.202 100.1% 12.922 12.658 98.0% 13.309 13.708 14.119 62.83 1.2% 1.2% 0.0 68.94 2.5% 2.0% 0.0 67.17 2.0% 69.78 2.0% 73.87 2.0%

0.3 62.5

0.8 69.7

2.7 69.8

6.9 62.9

0.0 73.9

5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues

5.13

5.39

5.25

4.59

5.23

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Germany Year: 2013


1. Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different charging zones;

Total costs are allocated according to cost types and type of service. Chapter II of the Commission Regulation (EU) No 1191/2010 amending Commission Regulation (EC) No 1794/2006 laying down a common charging scheme for air navigation services, generally describes how air navigation charges are established and how they are allocated to the different cost objects. Full cost recovery for en-route services ends in 2011 and the first economic regulation period will start in 2012. Costs included in the unit rate are planned on the basis of international financial reporting standards (IFRS). Due to the conversion to the international financial reporting standards IFRS, conversion effects are taken into account up to 2021 according to EU Regulation 1794/2006 article 6. All figures are taken from DFS accounting and reporting system, which is also the basis for charge calculation. The total costs of DFS are broken down according to 1. cost objects, 2. type of costs by nature and 3. type of service. Total costs are charged to the cost object en route services according to actual demand and also consider objectives set by the NSA. Afterwards, these total costs are divided into their particular elements: - staff costs - other operating costs and project costs and - depreciation. Finally, the cost object is credited the corresponding OAT-costs. For the presentation according to type of service, costs are directly allocated to the relevant cost objects. The costs of communication, navigation and surveillance services are determined on the basis of services or costs directly attributable to the cost objects.

2. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year (n-1);

2011 Cost development DFS The DFS under-recovery 2011 for en-route services amounts to 28.7 million, which will be included in the calculation of the unit rate 2013. This negative development resulted from the decrease in traffic and an increase in costs. The actual service units were 2.0% below plan and led in a decline in revenues of about 13.5 million.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Germany Year: 2013


The actual costs were roughly 15.2 million over planned level. This results mainly from the increase in staff costs (10.2 million) and other operating costs (3.5 million). The increase in staff costs is a consequence of the anticipated salary increases and higher pension costs due to lower interest rates in the pension scheme. The rise in other operating costs mainly results from higher costs for technical infrastructure (e.g. maintenance of equipment). On the other hand a considerable part of 40.6 million flat-rate corrections (consisting staff cost, other operating costs and depreciation) in the DFS overall plan costs in 2011 for terminal and en-route services could be almost action-related (e.g. cancellation of vacant non-mandatory administrative positions). Therefore the DFS draw up ambitious cost saving targets. Cost development MUAC The MUAC data for the November 2012 report for 2011 is different to the data used in June 2012. Compared to the June report, Germany used in consultation with MUAC the MUAC data for the November report, instead of the EUROCONTROL costbase data. The total costs of both reportings are equal. Only the breakdown of the individual cost objects (for example staff and other operating Costs) differentiates. 2012 (Forecast) Cost development DFS DFS is focussing on an improvement in operational performance and requires investments in additional ATC capacity. Additional air traffic controllers and investments in ATM technology (VAFORIT / iCAS) are necessary to achieve the intended capacity improvements. For 2012 DFS expects a decrease in revenues (traffic 6.3% under performance plan!) and an increase in costs (costs 3.7% over determined costs). In total there is a risk for DFS of about 54.5 million (traffic: 26.1 million; cost: 28.4 million). The traffic risk to be covered by users of about 24.3 million will carried over to 2014 cause of the traffic risk sharing. Compared with the previous year the increase in staff costs arises from the expected salary increases, the new collective labour agreement of October 2011 and the additional staff. DFS will hire and train about 160 air traffic controllers for en-route services in 2012.

3. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan;

2012 2014 Cost development DFS DFS will continue its strategy to improve in operational performance and reduce costs mainly in non operating sectors. The intended capacity improvements are necessary for additional air traffic controllers and investments in ATM technology (VAFORIT / iCAS) and necessary to ensure the high level of service quality and safety in the upcoming years.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Germany Year: 2013


The increase in staff costs is a consequence of the anticipated salary increases, higher pension costs driven by interest rates for pension scheme and a change to an imputed pension scheme as well as a result of additional staff. DFS will hire and train about 160 air traffic controllers for en-route services each year. In order to ensure that the training can be conducted, DFS has to recruit instructors and simulation-pilots. Additional expenses are caused by the necessary recruiting process (e.g. advertising) for the new air traffic controllers (other operating costs). The rise in staff costs in the medium term will be largely offset by increasing productivity. Depreciation results from actual fixed assets that have already been put into service and capitalised as well as from planned fixed assets that are to be capitalised and put into service in future. The cost of capital contains the rate of return on equity capital of 7.75% (fixed by NSA) due to the economic regulation, the financing costs of company pensions and the costs for other financial liabilities and accruals. In 2013 DFS deducts BDL contributions from the cost base (see "Revenues from other sources"). The exceptional items contain only IFRS conversion effects charged to the airlines on a prorata basis. Following the change of the accounting system to IFRS, these IFRS conversion effects are proportionally spread up to 2021 according to EU Regulation 1794/2006 article 6.

4. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States ( Other State costs);

The costs incurred by the Member State include:

German ICAO share (ATC and MET related) Expenses of German authorities dealing with ATC issues Expenses of the National Supervisory Authority

5. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

Tangible assets are valued at purchase price or production costs minus the cumulative scheduled depreciation. The production costs comprise prime costs and an appropriate part of the necessary material and production overhead and the depreciation of fixed assets. They are depreciated using the straight-line depreciation method over their expected useful lives recognised for tax or operational purposes (ATC and other facilities and equipment between 5 and 20 years, buildings between 25 and 50 years). Fixed assets of minor value are always depreciated completely in the year of acquisition. If the attributable value of tangible assets on the effective date is below the net book value, depreciation had to be realised in case of permanent value impairment. Internally generated intangible assets are usually the result of DFS development activities and are valued at production costs minus the accumulated systematic depreciation.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Germany Year: 2013


Systematic depreciation is based on an expected useful life of eight years. Depreciation is realised if the attributable value is below the net book value on the effective date and the value impairment is estimated to be permanent.

6. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity;

The calculated costs of capital consist of the return on equity capital as requested by the shareholder, the financing costs of company pensions and the costs for other financial liabilities and accruals. The costs of capital are calculated on the basis of external capital costs and a return on equity of 7.75% (fixed by NSA) in the planning period 2012-2014.

Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services for each regulated airport;

Costs are allocated according to terminal and en route services. Chapter II of the Commission Regulation (EU) No 1191/2010 amending Commission Regulation (EC) No 1794/2006 laying down a common charging scheme for air navigation services, generally describes how air navigation charges are established and how they are allocated to the different cost objects (terminal, en route services). All figures are taken from DFS accounting and reporting system, which is also the basis for charge calculation. Total costs are charged to the cost object en route services according to actual demand. Breakdown of MET costs between direct costs and MET core costs The table below contains the MET costs broken down into direct costs and MET core costs according to the service categories provided by Regulation (EC) No 1191/2010.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Germany Year: 2013

Table: MET costs for the year 2011 - En route

As requested in point 1 (Table 1), eighteen months before the start of a reference period, description of the reported forecast costs and traffic;

See above (point 3)

Every year of the reference period, description of the reported actual costs and their difference against the determined costs

See above (point 2)

8. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en-route charging zones;

Method for establishing and allocating MET costs MET costs are an integral part of the overall cost accounting of Deutscher Wetterdienst. A phased contribution margin calculation is applied where all costs incurred are initially recorded as individual costs. All individual costs that can be directly allocated to services or cost objects of the aeronautical meteorological service are considered as direct costs. All other input-related costs of Deutscher Wetterdienst that also cover other service categories are considered as core costs or overhead costs. In a phased contribution margin calculation, core costs are allocated to the services provided to customers.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Germany Year: 2013


The contribution margin calculation thus produces a result for each cost object of the meteorological services provided for the safety of aviation keeping with international agreements, the financial statement of the aeronautical meteorological service is based on the full cost recovery principle. This approach also takes costs of data and products into account that are both input-related and output-related from the point of view of the aeronautical meteorological service. The core costs resulting from data and products are then allocated to the MET costs according to the full cost recovery principle. The allocation is essentially based on the requirements which the different internal and external users place on the production volume of the data and products. The cost calculation permits further valuation by separately assessing direct and core costs of the MET costs. This includes, inter alia, the differentiation between costs for IFR and VFR as well as the further breakdown of IFR costs into terminal and en-route. MET costs are allocated to IFR and VFR on the basis of an analysis considering the personhours dedicated to providing meteorological services for the safety of aviation. IFR flights account for 90 % and VFR flights for 10 % of the services. The further sub-division of MET costs for IFR flights into terminal and en-route services is made on the basis of the service structure of the individual cost objects of the aeronautical meteorological service in accordance with the Manual on Air Navigation Services Economics (ICAO Doc. 9161/3), Appendix 6, and the Principles for Establishing the Cost-base for Route Facility Charges and the Calculation of Unit Rates (Eurocontrol Document Nr. 99 60 01/1, Chapter 2.10). In 2011, the share of en-route services amounted to approximately 79,9%.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Germany Year: 2013


1.Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

The En-route Charging Zone GERMANY is in accordance with the EUROCONTROL Conditions of Application of the Route Charges System and Conditions of Payment, Doc.No. 11.60.02, May 2011, Annex 1.

2.Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

At DFS, the future development of the service units is forecasted by means of mathematical methods, such as the trend extrapolation, but also by analysing the air transport market, i.e. by assessing publications on routes planned for the future, changes in market shares of our customers, military air traffic, etc. The forecasting process also includes consultations with airlines and airports. In the en-route area, the forecast for Germany is based on the EUROCONTROL mediumterm forecasts of aircraft movements. The planned airspace capacity represents the traffic volume forecast by STATFOR on the basis of the number of IFR aircraft movements in German airspace (including Hannover UIR). The medium-term planning of service units is based on the STATFOR forecast of movement, including the factors "distance flown" and "maximum take-off weight" in the calculation. The results are matched with the EUROCONTROL medium-term forecast of service units. In 2011, the number of service units for en-route flights in German airspace increased with 12,657,524 chargeable service units by +3.7% over the previous year, but -2,0% under the plan for 2011. From 2010, the total service units are adjusted to military service units for flights performed as Operational Air Traffic. in 2011, round about 85,000 service units were reimbursed to the DFS on basis of the so-called OAT-cost agreement. In 2012, we currently expect 12,474,173 chargeable service units for the yearend, an decrease of -1.4% under the actual number of 2011 and -6,3% under the provisions in the performance plan.

3.Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over/under recovery of previous years;

DFS operates under the conditions of the full cost recovery until 2011. For the purpose of calculating the unit rate for year "n + 1" appropriate forecast operating accounts shall be established whereby the costs for year "n + 1" shall be determined on the basis of actual costs in the last complete financial year (year "n") updated according to available information, particularly budget forecasts relating to years "n" and "n + 1". As charges are calculated for the year "n + 1" based on the estimated costs and traffic for the period concerned, an adjustment mechanism will be applied to ensure that only the actual costs of the service are eventually recovered. Under-recovery or over-recovery as a result of the difference between income/revenue and costs shall be carried over and included in the cost-base of year "n + 1". An appropriate cost of capital shall be applied to the amounts carried forward.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Germany Year: 2013

4. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs;

Exempted flights are billed to the German Government on the basis of service units and published unit rates. So the service units of the exempted flights are included in the Chargeable service units.

5. Description of the income from other sources when they exist;

There is a strict differentiation between air traffic control services and third party business.

6. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

Since 2012, Germany uses the determined cost method.

7. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

Germany set up a planning process which starts with the service unit forecast based on the estimated demand on traffic. The cost planning is based on this forecast. The DFS business plan is consistent with the strategic corporate concept and its performance objectives and it is approved by the supervisory board. The cost planning meets the expected demands.

8. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

Since 2012, Germany uses the determined cost method.

GREECE

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Greece Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 139.9 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 10.7 3.3 12.6 166.3 140.4 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 8.7 1.6 11.1 161.7 2.8% 0.4% 141.2 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 9.6 2.1 12.1 165.0 2.0% 0.6% 141.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 9.6 2.1 12.2 165.5 0.3% 0.3% 141.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 9.6 2.1 12.4 165.9 0.2% 0.1% 140.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 9.7 3.3 12.4 165.4 135.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 7.9 2.2 11.2 156.4 5.5% 3.6% 122.0 118.5 33.5 32.5 7.4 7.2 3.4 3.5 0.0 0.0 166.3 161.717 2.8% 2.9% 2.9% 119.6 34.3 7.5 3.6 0.0 165.0 2.0% 0.9% 5.4% 119.6 34.7 7.6 3.6 0.0 165.5 0.3% 0.0% 1.1% 119.6 35.0 7.6 3.7 0.0 165.9 0.2% 0.0% 0.8% 121.4 33.2 7.3 3.4 0.0 165.4 110.0 35.5 7.3 3.5 0.0 156.4 5.5% 9.4% 6.9%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 137.2 123.0 105.0 105.0 105.0 137.2 123.0 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.4Totalassetbase 137.2 123.0 105.0 105.0 105.0 137.2 123.0 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 4.0% 4.1% 4.1% 4.1% 4.1% 4.0% 4.1% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4.7% 2.5% 0.5% 0.7% 4.2Priceindex(2) 104.7 107.3 107.9 108.6 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 158.9 150.7 153.0 152.5 Total%n/n1 5.2% 1.5% 0.3% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 166.3 161.7 165.0 165.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 165.8 161.2 164.5 165.0

1.0% 109.6 151.4 0.7%

4.7% 104.7 158.0

3.1% 107.9 144.8 8.3%

165.9 0.5 165.4

165.4 0.5 164.9

156.4 0.5 155.8

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName Greece HCAA ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 139.9 140.4 141.2 141.7 141.8 140.1 135.1 122.0 20.9 7.4 3.4 153.8 118.5 21.5 7.2 3.5 150.7 2.0% 2.9% 2.5% 113.2 19.2 7.0 3.4 142.8 5.2% 4.5% 10.6% 113.2 19.5 7.1 3.4 143.3 0.3% 0.0% 1.7% 113.2 19.5 7.2 3.5 143.4 0.1% 0.0% 0.0% 115.3 18.1 6.8 3.2 143.3 104.9 21.5 6.8 3.4 136.6 4.7% 9.0% 19.0%

10.7 3.3 153.8

8.7 1.6 150.7 2.0% 0.4%

0.0 1.6 142.8 5.2% 0.6%

0.0 1.6 143.3 0.3% 0.3%

0.0 1.6 143.4 0.1% 0.1%

0.0 3.3 143.3

0.0 1.6 136.6 4.7% 3.6%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 137.2 123.0 105.0 105.0 105.0 137.2 124.4 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.4Totalassetbase 137.2 123.0 105.0 105.0 105.0 137.2 124.4 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 2.5% 2.8% 3.2% 3.3% 3.3% 2.5% 2.8% 3.6Returnonequity 4.0% 4.1% 4.1% 4.1% 4.1% 4.0% 4.1% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4.7% 2.5% 0.5% 0.7% 4.2Priceindex(2) 104.7 107.3 107.9 108.6 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 146.9 140.4 132.4 132.0 Total%n/n1 4.4% 5.7% 0.3% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 153.8 150.7 142.8 143.3 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 153.3 150.1 142.3 142.7

1.0% 109.6 130.8 0.9%

4.7% 104.7 136.9

3.1% 107.9 126.6 7.5%

143.4 0.5 142.8

143.3 0.5 142.8

136.6 0.5 136.1

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METServiceprovidername Greece Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 5.9 3.0 0.5 0.2 9.6 5.9 3.0 0.5 0.2 9.6 5.9 3.0 0.5 0.2 9.6 6.2 2.8 0.6 0.2 9.7 4.5 2.8 0.5 0.2 7.9

9.6

9.6

9.6

9.7

7.9

9.6

9.6

9.6

9.7

7.9

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4.7% 2.5% 0.5% 0.7% 4.2Priceindex(2) 104.7 107.3 107.9 108.6 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 0.0 0.0 8.9 8.9 Total%n/n1 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 9.6 9.6 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 9.6 9.6

1.0% 109.6 8.8

4.7% 104.7 9.3

3.1% 107.9 7.3

9.6 9.6

9.7 9.7

7.9 7.9

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename StateNSA Greece Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 12.6 11.1 0.5 12.1 0.5 12.2 0.5 12.4 12.4 0.6 11.2

12.6

11.1

12.6

12.7

12.9

12.4

11.8

12.6 12.6

11.1 11.1

0.5 12.1 12.6

0.5 12.2 12.7

0.5 12.4 12.9

12.4 12.4

0.6 11.2 11.8

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4.7% 2.5% 0.5% 0.7% 4.2Priceindex(2) 104.7 107.3 107.9 108.6 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 12.0 10.3 11.7 11.7 Total%n/n1 0.2% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 12.6 11.1 12.6 12.7 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 12.6 11.1 12.6 12.7

1.0% 109.6 11.8 1.2%

4.7% 104.7 11.8

3.1% 107.9 10.9

12.9 12.9

12.4 12.4

11.8 11.8

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Greece Consolidationallentities Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 172 38.93 36.08 0.00 2.85 38.93 0.0 171 37.57 34.43 0.00 2.38 37.57 0.0 166 35.36 29.44 1.97 2.58 35.36 0.0 164 33.74 28.02 1.90 2.51 33.74 0.0 165 32.81 27.13 1.83 2.46 32.81 12.6 11.1 22.2 22.3 22.6 153.3 150.1 142.3 142.7 142.8 4.406 4.454 4.560 4.546 99.7% 4.698 4.860 5.041 165.8 4.7% 4.7% 161.2 3.1% 2.5% 164.5 0.5% 165.0 0.7% 165.4 1.0%

5.7 159.0

10.1 160.3

1.6 143.9

1.05 141.7

0.00 142.8

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

0.0 12.6

0.0 11.1

0.0 22.2

0.0 22.3

0.0 22.6

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Greece ANSPname:HCAA Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 153.3 150.1 142.3 142.7 142.8 4.406 4.454 4.655 4.888 5.056 5.265 153.3 4.7% 4.7% 150.1 3.1% 2.5% 142.3 0.5% 142.7 0.7% 142.8 1.0%

5.7 159.0

10.1 160.3

1.6 143.9

1.05 141.7

0.0 142.8

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

159.0 36.08

160 34.43

144 29.44

142 28.02

143 27.13

36.08

34.43

29.44

28.02

27.13

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Greece METServiceprovidername: Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 0.0 0.00 0.0 0.0 0.00 0.0 9.6 1.97 0.0 9.6 1.90 0.0 9.6 1.83 0.0 0.0 9.6 9.6 9.6 4.406 4.454 4.655 4.888 5.056 5.265 0.0 4.7% 4.7% 0.0 3.1% 2.5% 9.6 0.5% 9.6 0.7% 9.6 1.0%

0.0 0.0

0.0 0.0

0.0 9.6

0.0 9.6

0.0 9.6

0.00

0.00

1.97

1.90

1.83

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Greece StateNSA Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 12.6 2.85 0.0 11.1 2.38 0.0 12.6 2.58 0.0 12.7 2.51 0.0 12.9 2.46 12.6 11.1 12.6 12.7 12.9 4.406 4.454 4.655 4.888 5.056 5.265 12.6 4.7% 4.7% 11.1 3.1% 2.5% 12.6 0.5% 12.7 0.7% 12.9 1.0%

0.0 12.6

0.0 11.1

0.0 12.6

0.0 12.7

0.0 12.9

2.85

2.38

2.58

2.51

2.46

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Greece Year: 2013


1. Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones;

Total costs are allocated according to the type of service and the number of staff providing the service. Chapter II of Commission Regulation (EC) No 1794/2006 laying down a common charging scheme for air navigation services, as amended by Commission Regulation (E.U.) No 1191/2010, generically describe how air navigation charges are established and how they are allocated to the different cost objects. HCAA is a Public Service ANSP, its budget is an Annex to the National Budget. For that reason costs as staff are based on code account numbers of the budget directly. The methodology used to charge operating costs such as electricity, telecommunications, water, etc. is based on their reference as percentage of HCCA budget. Code account numbers are used to establish these figures as follows: Repairs and maintenance: 36% Electric.- telecom-water: 28% Others : 38% In line with the reporting requirements, Greece has prepared separate reporting tables for the Hellenic ANSP, Hellenic NSA and MET services. Greece has established an NSA, the "Hellenic Air Navigation Supervisory Authority" (HANSA), functionally separated from the air navigation service provision since July 2009. Since 2010, the Greek Government has adopted a tighter fiscal policy and has applied a bundle of measures on the public sector. The procedure is still on going and therefore, as a result, the cost containment program has already achieved significant cost reduction.

2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs);

Other State costs include the cost of Eurocontrol.

3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

The straight line method is used and applied to the historic costs. The expected operational life of assets is being defined in compliance with the expected operating lives of the assets as stated at Eurocontrol Principles and EC Regulation (1794/2006).

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Greece Year: 2013

4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity;

HCAA is a Public Service ANSP where a Budgetary Policy based on the cash basis system is used. Investments made on assets and projects are through the State Budget. Therefore, it is difficult to separate the Capital the way that is expected by the Regulation. Additionally, Government does not pay tax for assets purchases.

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services;

Costs are allocated between en route and terminal according to activity and service and the number of staff providing the service.

6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration;

Hellenic National Meteorological Service (HNMS) is an administration service under the Ministry of Defence, funded from the state budget, which is subject of annual approval by the Greek Parliament. The total cost allocated to civil aviation is consisted of approximately 59% direct costs and 41% MET core costs.

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones;

Hellenic National Meteorological Service (HNMS) is an administration service under the Ministry of Defence, funded from the state budget, which is subject of annual approval by the Greek Parliament. +The total cost allocated to civil aviation is consisted of approximately 59% direct costs and 41% MET core costs.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Greece Year: 2013

8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n - 1;

HCAA has an annual budget. Estimates have been prepared in accordance with the Governments decisions and plans. The approval of the budget takes place at the level of the Parliament until the end of December of year n for the year n+1. The Final Budget is approved after the forwarding of the data to the Eurocontrol/CRCO. In many cases there is a difference between the estimates and the actual costs because of the reforming of the National Budget during the session of the Parliament. Moreover, there are certain increases of the electricity rates or telecommunications rates during the year. In that case the cost is reconsidered by taking in account new economical factors.

9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan;

At the moment a five-year business plan is being developed and will be presented in 2013. Relevant information is included and described in the LSSIP.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Greece Year: 2013


1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

Greece has one en route charging zone.

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

For the calculation of the forecast service units, we use the forecast prepared by the Statistics and Forecast Service of EUROCONTROL (STATFOR).

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs;

Law applies Eurocontrols Principles and Reg.1794/2006 on exemptions. Costs are financed through Government Budget.

4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist;

At the moment, no such income is foreseen

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

At the moment there is none.

6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

Greeces Performance Plan was communicated to the European Commission on the 21st of June 2011 including, inter alia, its cost - efficiency target according to the Key Performance Indicator for Reference Period 1, which is the determined unit rate for en-route air navigation services defined as the ratio between the determined costs and the forecast traffic expressed in service units and is provided for each year of the reference period.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Greece Year: 2013

The PRB assessment report of the Performance Plan of Greece for RP 1 was received on the 20th of September 2011. Concerning the national cost-efficiency target, Greeces Performance Plan is assessed to be consistent with, and adequately contributing to, the European Union wide cost efficiency target, i.e. 57,88 EUR for the year 2012, 55,87 EUR for the year 2013 and 53,92 EUR for the year 2014. On January 2012, Greece delivered an Addendum on revised targets of the National Performance Plan for the first reference period 2012-2014 although did not provide revised cost-efficiency targets. On July 2012, the Performance Plan of Greece was approved.

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

At the moment, no such incentives are foreseen.

8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years;

The adjustment mechanism is in line with the EUROCONTROL principles with all under/over recoveries being adjusted in year N+2. The following table describes the carry over of amounts from previous years:

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

Carry over of under / over recoveries (in '000 euro) Balance Year 2004 -13.887 -2.777 -2.777 -2.777 Balance Year 2005 -24.786 -4.957 -4.957 -4.957 Balance Year 2006 -319 -319 Balance Year 2007 -1.109 -1.109 Balance Year 2008 2.179 2.179 Balance Year 2009 -4.920 Balance Year 2010 -1593 Balance Year 2011 1.031 Amounts carried over to year (1)
(1) Adjustment total service units

-4.957

-4.920 -1.593 1.031

-8.054

-8.843

-5.556
-5.702

-9.878
-10.138

-1.593
-1.635

1.031
1.054

0
0

HUNGARY

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Hungary Periodofreference:20122014

Forecast/Determinedcosts Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 12765 16339 726 886 764 406 2206 2081 0 380 981 771 533 465 263 415 2946 3170 21184 24914 17.6% 28.0% 8.7% 15896 850 531 2269 391 1006 742 430 3875 25990 4.3% 2.7% 8.2% 16944 959 588 2516 403 1160 757 430 3909 27666 6.4% 6.6% 11.3% 17484 873 481 2495 414 1238 802 430 3941 28157 1.8% 3.2% 5.3% 14724 1083 513 1818 0 772 549 249 3140 22847 15435 793 471 1752 450 661 456 424 3293 23737 3.9% 4.8% 11.7% 11514 12654 6405 8480 2436 2826 828 954 0 0 21184 24914 17.6% 9.9% 32.4% 12123 10490 2378 998 0 25990 4.3% 4.2% 23.7% 12685 10481 3134 1366 0 27666 6.4% 4.6% 0.1% 12923 10549 3116 1569 0 28157 1.8% 1.9% 0.6% 13475 6110 2511 752 0 22847 12165 7876 2996 700 0 23737 3.9% 9.7% 28.9% 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 12630 12401 14754 18499 20150 9863 11464 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0 0 708 579 504 756 701 3.3Netcurrentassets 115 2275 3197 3515 3212 794 2098 3.4Totalassetbase 12745 14676 10849 14404 16433 9901 8666 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 6.5% 6.5% 9.2% 9.5% 9.5% 7.6% 8.1% 3.6Returnonequity 6.5% 6.5% 10.5% 10.5% 10.5% 7.3% 7.3% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4.9% 4.1% 3.5% 3.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 104.9 109.2 113.0 116.4 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 20195 22817 22998 23768 Total%n/n1 13.0% 0.8% 3.3% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 21184 24914 25990 27666 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 21184 24914 25990 27666

3.0% 119.9 23486 1.2%

4.9% 104.9 21780

3.9% 109.0 21778 0.0%

28157 0.00 28157

22847.4 0.00 22847

23737 0.00 23737

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000HUFServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName Hungary Hungarocontrol Forecast/Determinedcosts Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts(Exc.ECTL) 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts(IncECTL) 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

11514 5086 2436 828 0 19865

12654 7312 2826 954 0 23745 19.5% 9.9% 43.8%

11980 8625 2335 979 0 23919 0.7% 5.3% 18.0%

12537 8575 3086 1350 0 25548 6.8% 4.6% 0.6%

12770 8606 3066 1557 0 26000 1.8% 1.9% 0.4%

13365 4665 2479 732 0 21242

12058 6622 2907 680 0 22268 4.8% 9.8% 41.9%

12765 726 764 2206 981 533 263 1626 19865

16339 886 406 2081 380 771 465 415 2002 23745 19.5% 28.0% 8.7%

15896 850 531 2269 391 1006 367 430 2179 23919 0.7% 2.7% 8.2%

16944 959 588 2516 403 1160 369 430 2179 25548 6.8% 6.6% 11.3%

17484 873 481 2495 414 1238 406 430 2179 26000 1.8% 3.2% 5.3%

14724 1083 513 1818 0 772 259 249 1824 21242

15435 793 471 1752 450 661 142 424 2139 22268 4.8% 4.8% 11.7%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 12630 12401 14754 18499 20150 9863 11464 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0 0 708 579 504 756 701 3.3Netcurrentassets 115 2275 4721 5061 4815 904 3667 3.4Totalassetbase 12745 14676 9325 12859 14830 8202 7096 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 6.5% 6.5% 10.5% 10.5% 10.5% 8.9% 9.6% 3.6Returnonequity 6.5% 6.5% 10.5% 10.5% 10.5% 7.3% 7.6% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4.9% 4.1% 3.5% 3.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 104.9 109.2 113.0 116.4 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 18937 21747 21166 21948 Total%n/n1 14.8% 2.7% 3.7% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 19865 23745 23919 25548 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 19865 23745 23919 25548

3.0% 119.9 21686 1.2%

4.9% 104.9 20250

3.9% 109.0 20431 0.9%

26000 0.00 26000

21241.9 0.00 21242

22268 0.00 22268

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000HUFServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METServiceprovidername Hungary Periodofreference:20122014

Forecast/Determinedcosts Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

143 169 44 19 375

149 176 48 15 388 3.5% 4.0% 4.0%

153 181 49 12 396 2.0% 3.0% 3.0%

110 128 32 19 290

106 99 89 20 314 8.5% 3.4% 22.7%

375

388

396

290

314

375

388

396

290

314

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 1524 1546 1603 1698 1569 3.4Totalassetbase 1524 1546 1603 1698 1569 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 5.0% 4.0% 3.0% 5.5% 6.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4.9% 4.1% 3.5% 3.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 104.9 109.2 113.0 116.4 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 0 332 334 Total%n/n1 0.5% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 0 0 375 388 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 0 0 375 388

3.0% 119.9 330 0.9%

4.9% 104.9 276

3.9% 109.0 288 4.4%

396 0.00 396

289.6 0.00 290

314 0.00 314

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000HUFServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename StateNSA Hungary Periodofreference:20122014

Forecast/Determinedcosts Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts(inc.ECTL) 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1320

1168

1696

1730

1761

1316

1155

1320

1168

1696

1730

1761

1316

1155

1320 1320

1168 1168

1696 1696

1730 1730

1761 1761

1316 1316

1155 1155

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4.9% 4.1% 3.5% 4.2Priceindex(2) 104.9 109.2 113.0 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 1258 1070 1500 Total%n/n1 14.9% 40.2%

3.0% 116.4 1486 0.9%

3.0% 119.9 1469 1.1%

4.9% 104.9 1255

3.9% 109.0 1059 15.6%

5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 1320 1168 1696 1730 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 1320 1168 1696 1730

1761 0.00 1761

1316.0 0.00 1316

1155 0.00 1155

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000HUFServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Hungary Consolidationallentities Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 20364 9910 9267 0 642 9910 407.8 23900 11168 10622 0 546 11359 493.4 26244 12364 11591 177 596 12596 438.2 26318 12215 11032 180 1003 12419 416.1 27741 12685 11699 181 805 12876 1319.6 1168.3 2867.8 2917.1 2993.1 19865 23745 23122 24749 25164 2.055 2.091 2.140 2.067 2.123 2.155 2.187 21184 4.9% 4.9% 24914 3.9% 4.1% 25990 3.5% 27666 3.0% 28157 3.0%

820 19045

606 23139

1178 24300

1340 23409

0 25164

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

0.0 1319.6

0.0 1168.3

430.3 2437.5

430.3 3347.3

0.0 2993.1

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000HUFServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Hungary ANSPname:Hungarocontrol Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 19045 9267 407.8 22731 10622 493.4 24604 11591 438.2 23770 11032 416.1 25584 11699 797.0 798.9 835.5 19865 23745 23122 24749 25164 2.055 2.091 2.140 2.067 2.123 2.155 2.187 19865 4.9% 4.9% 23745 3.9% 4.1% 23919 3.5% 25548 3.0% 26000 3.0%

820 19045

606 23139

1178 24300

1340 23409

0 25164

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

0.0

0.0

797.0

798.9

835.5

9267

10813

11823

11236

11889

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000HUFServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Hungary METServiceprovidername: Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 0 0.00 0.0 0 0.00 0.0 375.1 176.70 0.0 388.2 180.18 0.0 396.1 181.13 0.0 0.0 375.1 388.2 396.1 2.055 2.091 2.140 2.067 2.123 2.155 2.187 0 4.9% 4.9% 0 3.9% 4.1% 375 3.5% 388 3.0% 396 3.0%

0.0 0.0

0.0 0.0

0.0 375.1

0.0 388.2

0.0 396.1

0.00

0.00

176.70

180.18

181.13

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000HUFServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Hungary StateNSA Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 1319.6 642.16 0.0 1168.3 545.95 0.0 1265.4 0.0 2160.2 0.0 1761.5 805.49 1319.6 1168.3 1695.6 1730.0 1761.5 2.055 2.091 2.140 2.067 2.123 2.155 2.187 1319.6 4.9% 4.9% 1168.3 3.9% 4.1% 1695.6 3.5% 1730.0 3.0% 1761.5 3.0%

0.0 1319.6

0.0 1168.3

430.3 1265.4

430.3 2160.2

0.0 1761.5

596.12 1002.65

642.16

545.95

596.12 1002.65

805.49

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000HUFServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Additional information Table 1 Charging zone: Hungary Year: 2013


1. Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones; The allocation methodology applied until the year 2011 (allocation key was determined on the basis of the number of movements) was revised. After a revision and reassessment of the allocation of equipments to en route and terminal purposes, the applied methodology changed for the period RP1. Under the new cost allocation methodology common costs are allocated with using the relation of the average distance flown which allocation principle is accepted by EUROCONTROL as well - where 50% of distance flown in APP is taken into account in en route, and the other half is calculated for terminal services. This change in allocation methodology results a ratio of 85.94%-14.06% between en route and terminal. ATM related direct costs are allocated in the following way between en route and terminal services: ACC 100% en route, TWR 100% terminal, APP related direct costs are allocated on the basis of average distance flown. CNS support costs are allocated based on average distance flown (85.94% en route 14.06% terminal) with the exception of the two long range en route radars (Krishegy, Pspkladny), which is entirely dedicated to en route services. SAR related costs are considered 100% en route. AIS direct costs are allocated 100% to en route ANS services in line with the provisions of ECTL Principles. Met costs provided by OMSZ (external MET provider) are 100% related to en route services from 2012; internal Met services provided by HungaroControl are assigned to en route and terminal services just like all the indirect as well as common costs. Cost related to general overheads, training, research and development are attributed to the individual ANS businesses on the basis of average distance flown. Identification of costs associated with a certain activity is implemented through special accounting codes which denote a particular activity (such as ATM, Com, Nav, SUR, Administration) on the one hand, and the costs' relatedness to either core ATM business line (that is serving only en route, only terminal, common costs). Hungary is a single charging zone at present.

2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs); Costs reported under Other state costs item comprise contracted state property management fee in relation to operated state-owned assets and EUROCONTROL costs. EUROCONTROL related costs, EUROCONTROL contributions and cost-base are determined by CRCO by applying the corresponding sharing key over the EUROCONTROL total forecasted cost-base. The applicable sharing key for the Member States contributions to the Budget is being calculated by taking into account economical and financial data. From 2011 to 2012 Hungary faced a negative impact of the recalculation of sharing keys resulting in a significant increase (from 0.8905 to 1.0705) in the amount of contribution to be paid in the first reference period. The applied values in the revised Performance Plan thus in the current Reporting tables as well are based on latest information. In 2012 it is 1 696 million HUF, 1 730 million HUF in 2013 and 1 761 million HUF in 2014. The above mentioned values were calculated on 315 HUF/EUR exchange rate consistently with the revised and accepted Performance Plan.

Additional information Table 1 Charging zone: Hungary Year: 2013

3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data; In compliance with the Accounting Policy, a calculation method based on historic value is applied for establishing the depreciation costs of assets. The amortisation periods applied by HungaroControl are in line with the relevant provisions of the EUROCONTROL principles. With regard to investments co-financed by EU Cohesion Fund and the Trans-European Transport Network Fund from 2011 actual the full cost (depreciation) of the assets are included in the cost-base, while subsidies are reported as Other revenues deducted from the total costs for the calculation of the annual chargeable unit rates.

4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity; From 2012 different rate of return on equity is applied to en route and terminal services, since terminal services will remain in the full cost recovery system in RP1. For en route Hungary used the risk adjusted rate of return; as for terminal services, the risk free rate of return is applied. The capital employed is calculated taking into account the intangible assets, the tangible assets, the working capital (current assets less short term liabilities and (in case of en route) interest bearing accounts) and the deferred and accrued income/expenses (which also include over/under-recoveries created in previous years). The resulting sum is then modified by the following items which serve to decrease the amount of the capital employed: Net book value of the property used by HungaroControl under a property management contract concluded with the Hungarian state (the figure in the table shows accordingly the net figure), The proportionate part of investment costs financed by EU community funds (presented under Adjustments total assets),

The rate of return on equity is then applied to the capital employed obtained as the result of the calculation described above to compute the cost of capital. Determining the rate of equity Hungary decided to use CAPM model proposed by EUROCONTROL when calculating the cost of equity capital. As a result of the analysis supported by KPMG, Hungary came to the conclusion, that (unlevered) equity beta for HungaroControl is somewhere between 0.47-0.57. Since based on several studies the market risk premium is 6%, the appropriate return on equity for en route services should be in case of Hungary between 10.38%-10.97%. Based on this results Hungary decided to use 10.50% as return on equity for RP1 for en route.

Additional information Table 1 Charging zone: Hungary Year: 2013

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services; HungaroControl revised its cost allocation method when establishing costs for the first reference period. The change consists of modifying the allocation key of common and indirect costs between en route and terminal services as well as reallocating certain organisational units. Before RP1 HungaroControl undertook the allocation of common costs (e.g. overheads, APP costs etc.) based on the aircraft movements ratio between en-route and TNC. Under the new cost allocation methodology common costs are allocated based on the average distance flown, where 50% of distance flown in APP is taken into account in en route, and the other half is calculated for terminal services. This change in allocation methodology results in a ratio of 85.94%-14.06% between en route and terminal.

6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration; MET costs included in the en route cost base also relate to services purchased from the Hungarian national meteorological service provider (OMSZ). OMSZ is a certified, though not yet designated air navigation services provider in Hungary. When determining meteorological costs, OMSZ complied with the principles laid down in the relevant WMO and ICAO documents (Guide on Aeronautical Meteorological Services Cost Recovery WMO No. 904., second edition 2007; Manual on Air Navigation Services Economics ICAO Doc. 9161/3, 1997). Meteorological costs related to civil aviation are divided into 1. direct aeronautical costs which comprise costs incurred in relation with the dedicated aeronautical unit and associated developments serving exclusively aviation; 2. Core MET costs (general analysis and forecasting, radar and satellite weather observation, surface and upper air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data processing centres as well as related research, training and administration activities). Determining direct costs: - costs of only meteorological services related department, - costs of meteorological services related developments. Determining indirect costs: According to the Charging Regulation, not only the direct costs but the costs that support meteorological services (MET Core Costs) must be paid for the meteorological services (ANNEX II of Charging Regulation).

Additional information Table 1 Charging zone: Hungary Year: 2013

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones; These MET costs concern totally civil aviation and are related entirely to meteorological services provided in Budapest FIR. The aviation related costs of OMSZ were determined as follows: Staff Costs incurred with respect to providing aeronautical services are accurately determined based on an analytical work time registration system. As these staff costs are considered direct aeronautical costs, they are 100% charged to civil aviation. Other operating costs Other operating costs are considered core costs. The following activities have been taken into account when determining such costs: forecasting, climate analysis (analysis, general forecasting, aeronautical part of climate related activities, proportionate part of ECMWF membership fee and telecommunication costs); measurement, observation (radar, satellite, lightning, aviation related part of surface measurements, upper air measurements, windprofiler, the proportionate part of EUMETSAT membership fee and telecommunication costs); research and development. As most of the countries do not have a separate aeronautical MET provider, the infrastructure of the national meteorological service provider caters for the needs of both the aviation community and the non-aeronautical users. OMSZ applies the principles set out in Guide on Aeronautical meteorological Services Cost recovery WMO No. 904, Chapter 3, General procedures for allocating costs: 25% of the total core costs are allocated to aviation related OMSZ cost base. Depreciation The depreciation for year n, is 25% of the depreciation according to the calculation above. Capital related costs Based on the above, 25% total depreciation costs is allocated to the aeronautical cost base. The cost of capital is computed by taking the average net book value of fixed assets of the last two years, than applying the rate of return (base interest rate issued by the Hungarian National Bank). 25% of the thus obtained sum is included in the OMSZ aeronautical cost base.

8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n - 1;

It has to be noted for information to the Stakeholders that the Tables reporting 2011 actual ATC costs, submitted to the 96th Session of the Enlarged Committee, show an error in the Hungarian total ATC costs. The reason for this is, that after the submission a mistake was stated in the en-route Reporting Tables: EUROCONTROL cost was reported under Table 1 NSA, but at the same time the same amount from Table 1 ANSP cell J12 (Other operating costs) was deducted as well. However the Operating costs were already less EUROCONTROL costs, so the deduction would have been unnecessary. As a result the submitted Table 1 ANSP operating costs showed 1 155 million HUF less than the correct figure. It is important that the submitted under-recovery in 2011 was in line with our audited figures; therefore the reported unit rate calculations in the June submission are still valid.

Additional information Table 1 Charging zone: Hungary Year: 2013

This error is now corrected, and the total actual ATC costs show 23 737 M HUF for 2011, which is in line with our audited figures. The total actual en route costs for the year of 2011 amounted to MHUF 23 737 that is by 4.7% lower than planned sum. This decrease can be explained with the reduction of staff costs, operating cost and cost of capital while the depreciation increased by 6.0%. The actual staff cost for the year 2011 amounted to MHUF 12 165 that is by 3.86% lower than planned. The main factor that explains the fall is the less contracted employees than planned and the lower amount of severance pay during the year. In operating costs a fall of 7.13% compared to the planned costs can be noticed that comes from not realized professional trainings, less travels and savings on repair and maintenance, rendered and other services. The depreciation was +4.13% higher than the planned amount which can be explained with the different treatment of the EU subsidies. From 2011 the full cost of the projects are included in the cost-base while the EU subsidies are reported as other revenues however the planned deprecation costs show a net value, excluding the part of depreciation on investments financed by EU subsidies. The Cost of Capital shows a significant -26.78% reduction which is stemming from the lower than planned amount of investments (thus higher amount of interest bearing cash). The actual Revenues from other sources for the year 2011 amounted to MHUF 1 248.

9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan; Total ANS en-route costs are determined by staff costs, other operating costs, depreciation and cost of capital. It has to be noted, that planned costs for the first reference period (2012-2014) is in line with the figures presented in the revised Hungarian National Performance Plan submitted to the EC on the 3rd of January 2012. The European Commission has approved the Revised Hungarian National Performance Plan, i.e. it acknowledged, that it contributes adequately to the EU-wide performance targets. Staff costs Costs of salaries represent the main part of the staff costs (ca. 40% of total staff costs), after the revision of the initial Performance Plan a significant improvement were achieved. In 2012 a significant reduction, in 2013 and 2014 a moderate increase can be observed compared to the previous years. Operating costs Although in the revised performance plan a moderate increase of operating costs can be seen compared to 2011 which mainly resulted by the recalculated liabilities due to local taxes, increased costs due to FAB CE related projects but this is offset by reduction of other cost types, and as a result the total cost base decreased. In the revised plan, Hungary applied a revised and much higher compared to the value presented in the initial plan EUROCONTROL costs that results an increase in 2012-2014.

Additional information Table 1 Charging zone: Hungary Year: 2013

Depreciation After the revision of the Hungarian National Performance Plan Hungary achieved a significant reduction compared to the initial PP. It has to be noted, that the revised values are not consistent with the initial submitted values with regard to the depreciation costs. Hungary revised the treatment of EU subsidies and from 2011 the full cost of the projects are included in the cost-base while the subsidies are reported as other revenues, therefore the revised depreciation costs would show significant increase compared to the initial values. To counterbalance this effect Hungary mainly has followed some of the comments received from IATA during the stakeholder consultation, regarding the depreciation lifetime of certain assets. The main projects are the creation of a new ATC centre (ANSIII investment) and upgrading the air navigation system (MATIAS) (total CAPEX around MHUF 8 000) of HungaroControl. Cost of capital Different rate of return on equity is applied to en route and terminal services. For en route Hungary used the risk adjusted rate of return.

Additional information Table 2 Charging zone: Hungary Year: 2013


1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones; As Hungarys airspace includes one charging zone, only one en route unit rate is applied.

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units; It has to be noted, that traffic forecasts represented in Reporting Tables are fully in line with the forecasted service units determined and submitted in the Hungarian National Performance Plan and no changes were made in the course of 2012-2014. Actual traffic figures are updated for 2011. The Hungarian national traffic forecast has been prepared by using three available data sources: statistical records from the Hungarocontrol traffic statistics system; the EUROCONTROL STATFOR made Medium-Term Flight Movements Forecast, published in May and October 2011 and; the EUROCONTROL STATFOR made Short- and Medium-Term Forecast of Service Units, published in May 2011 (2011-2016 medium term) and in September 2011 (20112012 short term). 2011 Actual en-route traffic: It can be highlighted, that there was a negative trend in traffic evolution in 2011, which mainly affected the en-route traffic. In case of service units the average monthly change in Hungarian en-route traffic was -1.24% in 2011, that was -2.29% without taking into account the extremely distorting impact of month of April (low basis according to the significant flight decrease caused by the volcanic ash). Terminal total service units increased by +5.40% in the same period. Not taking into account the abovementioned distorting impact of April this average monthly change in terminal number of the service units was +3.98%. Extreme monthly fluctuations, unusual trends, just like lower traffic than expected in August and moderate growth in terminal traffic can all be observed in 2011. The actual number of the total service units in 2011 was 2 067 028. The following circumstances were mainly influencing the traffic in the Hungarian airspace in 2011: Moderate traffic loss, traffic restoration on the South-East axis towards the States situated in further South for the reason of flying shorter and more economical routes were happened in parallel with the mitigation of the former capacity-constraints. a) Airlines decision making are strongly affected by the development of kerosene price. Higher kerosene price incites airlines for the use of shorter routes, but it has to be added, that b) the complex flight route planning programmes are taking into consideration the payable route charges as well. This fact can be confirmed by the information from CFMU (Central Flow Management Unit, Eurocontrol) who says that many flights should have flown over the Hungarian airspace by solely taking into account the length of the route, with a reason of that

Additional information Table 2 Charging zone: Hungary Year: 2013


c) an equalization of the route charges can be observed between Hungary and the Balkan region. Since the beginning of 2011, Hungarian unit rate was increased by 4 EUR to 41 EUR, the Croatian unit rate was decreased from 42 EUR to 40 EUR, while the unit rate in Serbia was increased from 34 EUR to 41 EUR.

Forecasted traffic evolution in 2012-2014: The forecast range (low growth to high growth) is a tool to indicate of the individual risk. The Hungarian average annual growth of service units between 2011 and 2016 is one of the lowest (+2.4%) in the CRCO11 area (current member states) along the basic scenario. It is important to emphasize that Hungary does not calculate such a quick recovery of the traffic. HungaroControls expectations and estimations with some fine tuning are closer to the EUROCONTROL service unit forecast for low growth scenario, with an expected annual growth of 1.5% from 2012 on. The rather pessimistic traffic recovery expected by Hungary is not rare according to STATFORs analysis revising total SU downwards in 2011 and 2012 with a decline of 1.5%. This is not only linked to the impact of a decreased traffic to and from Africa, but mainly associated to a general loss of flights due to re-routing around the SouthEastern region. The latest STATFOR medium term service unit forecast revised downward the previously forecasted figures as it can be observed in the graph below. The following Table presents the forecasted service unit values applied in the Hungarian Performance Plan:

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs; To comply with the provisions of EC Charging Regulation No. 1794/2006 EK, a governmental decision was made in 2010 to arrange the financing of the exempted flights from the annual state budgets.

Additional information Table 2 Charging zone: Hungary Year: 2013

4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist; With regard to investments co-financed by the EU Cohesion Fund and the TEN-T PRB noted, that Hungary in June 2011 reported only the proportionate part of self-financing which is included in the national cost-base (more precisely: the depreciation linked to this). PRB proposed Hungary that the full cost of the project should be included in the cost-base, while subsidies should be reported as Other revenues deducted from the total costs for the calculation of the annual chargeable unit rates. Hungary accepted the conclusion of the PRB and made the adequate revision for the proper reporting and calculation of the unit rates between 2012 and 2014. Other than EU subsidies Hungary reported as Other revenues e.g. rental fees and refunds.

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

Traffic risk Incentives schemes defined in the amended Charging regulation are applied in a way that if actual numbers of total service units exceeds or falls below the forecast service units by more than 2%, 70% of the additional/loss of revenue concerned in excess of 2% of the difference is taken into account. The traffic risk sharing parameters will be applicable only with regard to HungaroControl. In addition to this, and in line with the Charging Regulation, NSA costs, financed by HungaroControl, and internal MET costs included in the operating costs of the ANSP wont be subject to traffic risk sharing, similarly to the external MET costs and EUROCONTROL Costs. Cost risk In accordance with article 11a.8 of the amended Charging Regulation, HungaroControl, OMSZ (national met service provider), NKH LH (NSA) will bear consequence of any difference between the determined costs set out in the performance plan and actual costs. It means that those three entities will retain any surplus and bear any shortfall that is a consequence of the difference in costs.

6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives; Hungarys foremost objective is to minimise ATC related delays while ensuring sufficient capacity for air traffic demand with strict adherence to aviation safety requirements. HungaroControl Pte. Ltd. Co. is striving to continually outperform European ACC delay targets and maintain it is basically zero delay level performance achieved over the previous years. Additionally, ensuring full compliance with the performance requirements of SES II is a foremost objective.

Additional information Table 2 Charging zone: Hungary Year: 2013

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services; Presently we apply no incentive mechanism aimed at airspace users.

8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years; Hungary would like to refer to the issue of the working paper presented under agenda Item 5 that was approved by the 96th Session of the Enlarged Committee on the adjustment of unit rates in the course of 2012, stemming from the late adoption of the national performance plans. Enlarged Committee made a decision on the possibility of the adjustment of the unit rates in the course of 2012 applicable either from 1st of September 2012 or 1st of January 2013. Hungary decided to make the adjustment of the unit rates applicable from the 1st of January 2013. Therefore after consultation with CRCO Table 2 Unit rate calculation line 3.8/4.5 over- or under recoveries present an added adjusted amount of M HUF 1 039 and M HUF 430 in 2012 in order to achieve the applied unit rate for the year of 2012 (12 364 HUF) that adjustment/over-recovery will be returned back to the Users from the 1st of January 2013, therefore under line 3.8/4.5 in 2013 also includes these amounts (M HUF 1 039 and M HUF 430). The adjustment balance to be carried over to year 2013 when determining the unit rate is made up of the following components: 1. The over recovery for 2011 is taken into account when calculating the unit rate with respect to 2013 amounted to M HUF 1 538 (adjusted for the total service units). The balance for the year 2010 in en-route equals M HUF 1 301 in under recovery. Hungary spread this amount over 2 years. The proportionate part to be considered when determining 2013 unit rate equals M HUF 1 238. These two factors together add up to M HUF 300.4 in over recovery with respect to the unit rate to be calculated for the year 2013.

IRELAND

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Ireland Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 57.6 32.9 12.6 5.6 0.0 108.7 65.3 32.6 15.9 6.9 120.6 11.0% 13.5% 1.1% 64.7 65.6 67.2 35.8 36.5 37.2 11.2 10.5 10.6 6.8 7.0 6.7 0.0 0.0 118.5 119.6 121.7 1.8% 0.9% 1.8% 0.9% 1.3% 2.4% 10.0% 2.0% 2.0% 61.4 30.9 12.2 5.4 0.0 109.9 62.9 29.9 16.0 7.0 0.0 115.8 5.3% 2.4% 3.2%

2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 61.2 5.3 4.4 17.7 0.0 1.6 6.7 1.6 10.0 108.7 91.4 2.8 3.0 4.4 1.7 6.6 1.9 9.0 120.6 11.0% 49.3% 63.0% 87.9 2.9 3.0 4.7 1.7 6.7 2.0 9.6 118.5 1.8% 3.9% 4.0% 88.5 3.1 3.0 4.7 0.0 1.8 6.7 2.0 9.7 119.6 0.9% 0.8% 2.5% 89.4 4.0 2.9 4.8 0.0 1.8 6.8 2.1 9.9 121.7 1.8% 1.0% 7.5% 80.7 2.3 3.0 3.9 0.0 1.9 6.5 1.6 10.1 109.9 87.4 2.6 3.0 4.1 0.0 1.6 6.1 1.7 9.2 115.8 5.3% 8.3% 5.5%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 74.1 91.6 86.2 84.0 79.0 71.6 92.7 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.4Totalassetbase 74.1 91.6 86.2 84.0 79.0 71.6 92.7 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 7.5% 7.5% 7.9% 8.3% 8.5% 7.5% 7.5% 3.6Returnonequity 7.3% 7.3% 7.6% 7.6% 7.6% 7.3% 7.3% 3.7Averageinterestondebts 4.4% 3.8% 3.6% 4.5% 4.8% 4.4% 4.4% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.6% 1.3% 1.0% 1.4% 4.2Priceindex(2) 98.4 99.7 100.7 102.1 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 110.4 121.0 117.7 117.2 Total%n/n1 9.6% 2.7% 0.5% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 108.7 0.1 108.5 120.6 0.1 120.5 118.5 0.1 118.4 119.6 0.1 119.5 121.7 0.1 121.6 109.9 0.1 109.8 115.8 0.1 115.6

1.6% 103.7 117.3 0.1%

1.6% 98.4 111.7

1.2% 99.6 116.3 4%

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName Ireland IAA ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 51.9 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 20.2 1.3Depreciation 12.6 1.4Costofcapital 5.6 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts 90.3 Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1

59.5 21.0 15.9 6.9

58.7 23.5 11.2 6.8

59.8 23.9 10.5 7.0 101.2 1.0% 1.7% 1.8%

61.3 24.3 10.6 6.7 102.9 1.7% 2.5% 1.9%

55.6 18.6 12.2 5.4 91.8

57.2 18.6 16.0 7.0 98.8 7.6% 2.9% 0.2%

103.2 100.2 14.4% 3.0% 14.6% 1.3% 3.9% 11.8%

2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 61.2 91.4 2.2Communication 5.3 2.8 2.3Navigation 4.4 3.0 2.4Surveillance 17.7 4.4 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 1.6 1.7 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts 90.3 103.2 Total%n/n1 14.4% ATM%n/n1 49.3% CNS%n/n1 63.0%

87.9 2.9 3.0 4.7 1.7

88.5 3.1 3.0 4.7 1.8

89.4 4.0 2.9 4.8 1.8

80.7 2.3 3.0 3.9 1.9

87.4 2.6 3.0 4.1 1.6

100.2 3.0% 3.9% 4.0%

101.2 1.0% 0.8% 2.5%

102.9 1.7% 1.0% 7.5%

91.8

98.8 7.6% 8.3% 5.5%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 74.1 91.6 86.2 84.0 79.0 71.6 92.7 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.4Totalassetbase 74.1 91.6 86.2 84.0 79.0 71.6 92.7 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 7.5% 7.5% 7.9% 8.3% 8.5% 7.5% 7.5% 3.6Returnonequity 7.3% 7.3% 7.6% 7.6% 7.6% 7.3% 7.3% 3.7Averageinterestondebts 4.4% 3.8% 3.6% 4.5% 4.8% 4.4% 4.4% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.6% 1.3% 1.0% 1.4% 4.2Priceindex(2) 98.4 99.7 100.7 102.1 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 91.7 103.6 99.5 99.1 Total%n/n1 12.9% 3.9% 0.4% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 90.3 0.1 90.1 103.2 0.1 103.1 100.2 0.1 100.1 101.2 0.1 101.0 102.9 0.1 102.8 91.8 0.1 91.7 98.8 0.1 98.6

1.6% 103.7 99.2 0.1%

1.6% 98.4 93.3

1.2% 99.6 99.2 6%

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METServiceprovidername Ireland MetEireann ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 4.5 4.5 4.4 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 2.2 2.1 2.2 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts 6.7 6.6 6.7 Total%n/n1 2.4% 1.5% Staff%n/n1 0.0% 1.3% Otherop.%n/n1 7.1% 7.5% 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

4.4 2.4

4.4 2.4

4.6 1.9

4.3 1.8

6.7 1.2% 0.8% 5.1%

6.8 1.0% 1.0% 1.0%

6.5

6.1 4.9% 4.7% 5.2%

6.7 6.6

6.7

6.7

6.8

6.5

6.1

6.7 6.6 6.7 2.4% 1.5%

6.7 1.2%

6.8 1.0%

6.5

6.1 4.9%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.6% 1.3% 1.0% 1.4% 4.2Priceindex(2) 98.4 99.7 100.7 102.1 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 6.8 6.6 6.6 6.6 Total%n/n1 3.6% 0.5% 0.2% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 6.7 0.0 6.7 6.6 0.0 6.6 6.7 0.0 6.7 6.7 0.0 6.7 6.8 0.0 6.8 6.5 0.0 6.5 6.1 0.0 6.1

1.6% 103.7 6.6 0.6%

1.6% 98.4 6.6

1.2% 99.6 6.2

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename StateNSA Ireland Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.2 1.3 1.6 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 10.5 9.5 10.1 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts 11.7 10.8 11.7 Total%n/n1 7.1% 7.6% Staff%n/n1 13.7% 16.1% Otherop.%n/n1 9.5% 6.4% 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 1.6 1.9 2.0 2.9OtherStatecosts(inc.ECTL) 10.0 9.0 9.6 2.10Totalcosts 11.7 10.8 11.7 Total%n/n1 7.1% 7.6% ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

1.4 10.3

1.5 10.5

1.3 10.4

1.3 9.5

11.7 0.4% 7.7% 1.6%

12.0 2.5% 3.5% 2.4%

11.7

10.9 7.0% 4.0% 8.3%

2.0 9.7 11.7 0.4%

2.1 9.9 12.0 2.5%

1.6 10.1 11.7

1.7 9.2 10.9 7.0%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.6% 1.3% 1.0% 1.4% 4.2Priceindex(2) 98.4 99.7 100.7 102.1 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 11.9 10.9 11.6 11.5 Total%n/n1 8.3% 6.6% 1.0% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 11.7 0.0 11.7 10.8 0.0 10.8 11.7 0.0 11.7 11.7 0.0 11.7 12.0 0.0 12.0 11.7 0.0 11.7 10.9 0.0 10.9

1.6% 103.7 11.6 0.9%

1.6% 98.4 11.9

1.2% 99.6 10.9

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Ireland Consolidationallentities Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 106 30.68 25.38 1.94 3.37 30.68 0.0 120 33.01 28.22 1.81 2.98 33.01 0.0 115 30.08 25.30 1.74 3.05 30.08 0.0 110 28.20 23.48 1.72 3.00 28.20 0.0 122 30.36 25.67 1.70 3.00 30.36 18.4 17.4 18.3 18.4 18.8 90.1 103.1 100.1 101.0 102.8 3.464 3.615 3.631 3.771 3.826 3.906 4.004 108.5 1.6% 1.6% 120.5 118.4 1.2% 1.3% 1.0% 119.5 1.4% 121.6 1.6%

2.2 87.9

0.7 102.5

3.3 96.8

9.3 91.7

0.0 102.8

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

0.0 18.4

0.0 17.4

0.0 18.3

0.0 18.4

0.0 18.8

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Ireland ANSPname:IAA Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 87.9 25.38 0.0 102 28.22 0.0 97 25.30 0.0 92 23.48 0.0 103 25.67 90.1 103.1 100.1 101.0 102.8 3.5 3.6 3.6 3.8 3.8 3.9 4.0 90.1 1.6% 1.6% 103.1 1.2% 1.3% 100.1 1.0% 101.0 1.4% 102.8 1.6%

2.2 87.9

0.7 102.5

3.3 96.8

9.3 91.7

0.0 102.8

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

25.38

28.22

25.30

23.48

25.67

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Ireland METServiceprovidername: Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 6.7 1.94 0.0 6.6 1.81 0.0 6.7 1.74 0.0 6.7 1.72 0.0 6.8 1.70 6.7 6.6 6.7 6.7 6.8 3.5 3.6 3.6 3.8 3.8 3.9 4.0 6.7 1.6% 1.6% 6.6 1.2% 1.3% 6.7 1.0% 6.7 1.4% 6.8 1.6%

0.0 6.7

0.0 6.6

0.0 6.7

0.0 6.7

0.0 6.8

1.94

1.81

1.74

1.72

1.70

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Ireland StateNSA Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 11.7 3.37 0.0 10.8 2.98 0.0 11.7 3.05 0.0 11.7 3.00 0.0 12.0 3.00 11.7 10.8 11.7 11.7 12.0 3.5 3.6 3.6 3.8 3.8 3.9 4.0 11.7 1.6% 1.6% 10.8 1.2% 1.3% 11.7 1.0% 11.7 1.4% 12.0 1.6%

0.0 11.7

0.0 10.8

0.0 11.7

0.0 11.7

0.0 12.0

3.37

2.98

3.05

3.00

3.00

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Ireland Year: 2013


1. Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones;

Costs of facilities and services are allocated directly to the activity they support. The IAA accounting system allocates costs by nature to en route, terminal and other activities by registering each resource/cost to its appropriate cost centre. Therefore costs incurred in providing en route service are 100% allocated to the en route cost centre. For facilities and services that serve en route, terminal and other activities, the costs are allocated based on a number of allocation keys which vary with the nature of the cost i.e.; Cost Staff Other Operating Costs Depreciation Cost of Capital Allocation Key Staff numbers Staff numbers, Square footage, time Usage of equipment Usage of equipment

These allocation keys are kept under regular review by the IAA.

2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs);

Other State costs represent costs of international organisations EUROCONTROL and ICAO as well as policy costs of the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport which relate principally to staff and related overhead costs of those personnel in the Department of Transport responsible for Air Navigation Services, Aviation Regulation and Air Accident Investigation.

3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

Tangible fixed assets are stated at cost, less accumulated depreciation. Depreciation is calculated to write off the cost of each fixed asset, including equipment purchased as part of an installation, on a straight line basis over its expected useful life, at the following annual rates: Buildings Completed installations and other works Office equipment and non-operational administrative software Assets are depreciated from the date they are commissioned for use. Assets under construction/installations in progress are carried at historical cost and are not depreciated until they are brought into use. 5% 81/3%-12% 20% - 331/3%

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Ireland Year: 2013

4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity;

Independent assessment of the IAAs cost of capital was carried out by Helios. The cost of capital has been calculated using the weighted average cost of capital (WACC) approach, consistent with earlier years, and taking into account the risk sharing requirement of the amended charging regulation. The cost of capital includes an estimate of the cost of equity (based on Eurozone bond yields plus an equity risk premium of 5% which reflects the gearing within the IAA) and the cost of debt, weighted according to the relative weights of the IAAs capital structure.

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services;

Costs of facilities and services are allocated directly to the activity they support. The IAA accounting system allocates costs by nature to en route, terminal and other activities by registering each resource/cost to its appropriate cost centre. Therefore costs incurred in providing en route service are 100% allocated to the en route cost centre. For facilities and services that serve en route, terminal and other activities, the costs are allocated based on a number of allocation keys which vary with the nature of the cost i.e.; Cost Staff Other Operating Costs Depreciation Cost of Capital Allocation Key Staff numbers Staff numbers, Square footage, time Usage of equipment Usage of equipment

These allocation keys are kept under regular review by the IAA.

6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration;

Met services are provided to the IAA by the State-owned Met ireann. Met ireann has been certified and designated to provide meteorological services by the NSA. The MET office estimates that the portion of total Met ireann costs attributable to aviation in 2012 will approximate to 30%, of which 80% is then allocated to en route activities and 20% to terminal activities. The allocation is in line with recommendations of the Commission for Aviation Regulation.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Ireland Year: 2013

MET Met ireanns charge for the provision of meteorological services to international civil aviation is determined according to the methodology described in Appendix 4 of the Report of the Working Group on Met ireann Aviation-Related Costs (2002). The direct costs of providing meteorological services to civil aviation comprise the costs incurred in the immediate provision and delivery of these services. Met ireanns Internal Accounts System (IAS) recognises 10 categories of such costs: METAR reports, Reports for ATS, Flight folders, Briefing & Consultation, TAFs, SIGMET, TREND, Aerodrome Warnings & Enquiries, SigWx charts & tabular winds and General expenses. All direct services to end users, including services to aviation, depend on the use of Core products and services. Core costs include the costs of Surface Synoptic observations, UpperAir observations, Radar, Satellite, Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP), Climatology, and Computer/Telecoms.

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones;

As described in Appendix 4 of the Report of the Working Group on Met ireann AviationRelated Costs (2002), costs incurred in the direct provision of aviation services are fully recovered in the charge for MET services. A proportion of Core costs is also allocated to aviation charges. The proportion depends on the use made of Core products for aviation purposes as compared with their use for other purposes. The methodology in the Report of the Working Group provides for the following allocations of Core costs: Surface Synoptic observations, Upper-Air observations, Radar, Satellite and NWP: For these costs, the proportion charged to aviation equals the direct cost of aviation forecasting divided by the direct cost of all forecasting activity. Climatology: The proportion of the cost of the climatological archive charged to aviation is 5%. Computer/Telecoms: The proportion of the cost of Computer/Telecoms services charged to aviation equals the cost of direct services to aviation divided by the cost of all direct services. A credit for Meteorological Reports by Aircraft (AIREPs) is also incorporated into the charge for Core costs. This credit amounts to 12.5% of the cost of the Upper-Air observations.

8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n - 1;

2011 The actual unit rate of 30.49 for 2011 represents a decrease of 7.6% on the budgeted rate of 33.01.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Ireland Year: 2013


This lower charge is delivered through reductions in costs of 4.0% or 4.8 million and an improvement in the traffic outturn. Total consolidated costs decreased by 4.0% when compared with planned expenditure, from 120.6 million to 115.8 million. Staff Costs fell by 3.7%, from 65.3 million to 62.9 million, principally due to lower headcount than planned. The IAA continues to review its staffing requirements on a continual basis. Other Operating costs were down by 8.3%, from 32.6 million to 29.9 million. The IAA continues to manage its costs delivering savings across both technical and administration expenses. Depreciation costs of 16.0 million were in line with planned costs and included the cost of our new air traffic management system, COOPANS. COOPANS, a joint procurement initiative, went live in April (Shannon and Cork) and at Dublin in May 2011. The project was successfully delivered to specification and within budget. Interest costs of 7.0 million were also in line with planned costs.

9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan;

2012 The en route unit rate for 2012 is 30.08, a reduction of 8.9% when compared to the unit rate charged in 2011 of 33.01. Staff costs in 2012 are budgeted to increase on 2011 principally due to net additional headcount in the operations domains and planned new student controller programmes to support significant retirements in the years to 2015. There will be no pay awards in 2012. Operating costs for 2012 are expected to increase to 35.8 million reflecting higher projected costs of training, engineering and maintenance. Depreciation costs in 2012 are expected to decrease by 30% over 2011. Depreciation charges are now back at 2009 levels, consistent with the planned outcomes of the IAAs cost containment measures, introduced in late 2008, whereby a significant number of capital projects ( 40 million) were cancelled or deferred resulting in a reduced capital expenditure programme and savings in the annual charge for depreciation. Cost of capital is expected to fall to 6.8 million in 2012. The IAAs rate of cost of capital is in line with a recent independent assessment of its cost of capital, 2011 to 2014. 2013 The en route unit rate for 2013 is proposed at 28.20, a reduction of 6.25% on the rate charged in 2012. The real determined unit rate for 2013 is in line with the States approved national performance plan. Over recoveries of 9.3 million, originating in 2011, have been taken into account in the 2013 unit rate calculation. 2013 is expected to see an increase of just 0.9% in total costs when compared to budget 2012. Cost increases are anticipated in staff costs and in operating costs, particularly ATM system maintenance costs. These cost increases will be offset by lower depreciation charges. 2014 The cost base for 2014 reflects the contents of the approved National Performance Plan.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Ireland Year: 2013

1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

As in previous years, Ireland continues to specify one en route charging zone which is identical to its former charging area. The charging zone comprises, in addition to the Shannon FIR, those blocks of airspace known as the Northern Oceanic Transition Area (NOTA) and the Shannon Oceanic Transition Area (SOTA). The charging system applied is the EUROCONTROL route charges system which provides for a single charge per flight.

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

In the current environment there is significant uncertainty concerning the appropriate level of service units. The IAAs reliance on North Atlantic traffic make it particularly sensitive to changes in capacity as well as the normal ongoing uncertainty of weather patterns. Events such as an Icelandic volcanic ash crisis could have a significant impact on traffic levels. Traffic forecasts for the years 2012 to 2014 are based on STATFOR with an adjustment to reflect local considerations. The NPP proposed an increase in service units of 1.5% in 2012 over actual 2011, 2.1% in 2013 and 2.5% in 2014. Recent STATFOR forecasts (February 2012) have indicated that these forecasts are optimistic.

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs;

Ireland is in conformity with Article 9 in applying the following en route exemptions: Flights performed by aircraft of which the maximum takeoff weight authorised is less than two metric tonnes; Mixed VFR/IFR flights in the charging zones where they are performed exclusively under VFR and where a charge is not levied for VFR flights; Flights performed exclusively for the transport, on official mission, of the reigning Monarch and his immediate family, Heads of State, Heads of Government and Government Ministers; Search and rescue flights authorised by the appropriate competent body; Military flights performed by military aircraft of any country; Training flights performed exclusively for the purpose of obtaining licence etc; Circular flights; VFR flights.

Funding is provided by the State.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Ireland Year: 2013

4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist;

None.

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

None.

6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

The IAA prepares a five year rolling Corporate Plan, a strategic document which forecasts a trend in costs allowing the IAA to meet its performance objectives and projected demands. The Corporate Plan is complemented by annual detailed Operating and Capital budgets and a ten year Technology Plan, updated on a regular basis. Notwithstanding the various cost reduction/containment measures introduced in recent years, the IAA has continued to strive to deliver operational efficiencies which will deliver operational cost savings to our airline customers. The Ireland-UK FAB continues to deliver on its commitments to SES. A recent FAB cost benefit analysis confirmed that the FAB is delivering significant added value to its airline customers. The total cumulative savings from FAB initiatives already identified are expected to be 336 million in the period 2008 2020, including reduced fuel-burn of 332,000 tonnes and reduced CO2 emissions of over 1 billion tonnes. The Ireland-UK FAB has recently introduced a joint Network Management function which will manage the airspace as a continuum and provide greater capacity and efficiency. The FAB is also looking to optimise the sectorisation across the entire FAB airspace, thereby allowing better utilisation of resources and the delivery of user selected routeings.

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

No incentives applied.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Ireland Year: 2013

8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years;

The adjustment mechanism in 2013 is in line with EUROCONTROL principles with all under/over recoveries being adjusted in year N+2. In 2013, the over recovery is given as 9.3 million. The calculation of this over recovery is attached.

Calculation of over recoveries 2013

Organisation: Charging zone:

Consolidated Ireland - Route

Year

2011

2008 A Unit rate (in '000 euro) and service units ('000) Total costs for the zone(1) 101 260 6.6% EUROCONTROL Costs Cost of exempted VFR flights Costs of exempted IFR flights Costs of exempted flights Amounts carried over to year (1) Income from other sources Chargeable costs Total service units Chargeable service units Unit rate (2) 7 382 2.3% 127 0.0% 1 983 10.5% 2 110 9.9% 3 701 0 102 831 11.2% 3 823 0.0% 3 754 0.0% 27.40

2009 A

2010 A

2011 A

2012 P

2013 P

2014 P

2015 P

97 414 -3.8% 7 786 5.5% 127 0.0% 2 361 19.0% 2 488 17.9% 566 0 102 147 -0.7% 3 561 -6.9% 3 481 -7.3% 29.35

101 850 4.6% 8 082 3.8% 127 0.0% 2 073 -12.2% 2 200 -11.6% 2 195 0 105 537 3.3% 3 615 1.5% 3 547 1.9% 29.76

108 807 6.8% 6 967 -13.8% 127 0.0% 1 873 -9.6% 2 000 -9.1% 639 0 113 135 7.2% 3 771 4.3% 3 710 4.6% 30.49 3 826 1.4% 3 754 3 906 2.1% 3 841

11.2% 7.1% 1.4% 2.5% (1) As the sum of all total costs presented in Reporting Table 1 which are allocated to this charging zone (when certain air navigation services are outsourced, the cost to be taken into account shall be the cost of the annual expenditure). (2) Unit rate (in euro) = Chargeable costs/Chargeable service units.

2008 A Unit rate (in euro) Exchange rate (1 EUR =) Unit rate 1.00000 0.0% 27.40 11.2%

2009 A

2010 A

2011 A

1.00000 0.0% 29.35 7.1%

1.00000 0.0% 29.76 6.3%

1.00000 0.0% 30.49 2.5%

Calculation of over recoveries 2013

Organisation: Charging zone:

Consolidated Ireland - Route

2008 A Balance to be carried over (in '000 euro) Charges billed to users Total costs for the zone EUROCONTROL Costs Income from other sources Cost of exempted VFR flights Cost of exempted IFR flights Costs of exempted flights Amounts carried over to year (1) Balance of year (i) 105 026 12.8% 101 260 6.6% 7 382 2.3% 0 127 0.0% 1 983 10.5% 2 110 9.9% 3 701 2 195

2009 A

2010 A

2011 A

102 786 -2.1% 97 414 -3.8% 7 786 5.5% 0 127 0.0% 2 361 19.0% 2 488 17.9% 566 639

108 812 5.9% 101 850 4.6% 8 082 3.8% 0 127 0.0% 2 073 -12.2% 2 200 -11.6% 2 195 3 275

122 479 12.6% 108 807 6.8% 6 967 -13.8% 0 127 0.0% 1 873 -9.6% 2 000 -9.1% 639 9 344

2008 A

2009 A

2010 A

2011 A

2012 P

2013 P

2014 P

2015 P

Carry over of under / over recoveries (in '000 euro) Balance Year 2004 -356 Balance Year 2005 7 739 Balance Year 2006 3 701 3 701 Balance Year 2007 566 Balance Year 2008 2 195 Balance Year 2009 639 Balance Year 2010 3 275 Balance Year 2011 9 344 Amounts carried over to year (i) 3 701 (1) Adjustment total service units

566 2 195 639 3 275 9 344 566 2 195 2 237 639 649 3 275 9 344

Amounts carried over to year (i) x total service units/chargeable service units

ITALY

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Italy Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 256.4 80.0 50.0 115.3 0.0 16.6 44.8 0.0 51.6 614.6 265.1 82.9 55.3 119.7 0.0 17.2 43.6 3.1 44.8 631.8 2.8% 3.4% 5.2% 327.4 167.7 98.4 21.1 0.0 614.6 337.6 164.9 108.3 21.1 0.0 631.8 2.8% 3.1% 1.7% 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

341.5 160.5 114.0 28.1 0.0 644.0 1.9% 1.1% 2.6%

348.1 161.7 115.5 30.1 0.0 655.3 1.8% 1.9% 0.7%

354.6 165.5 116.8 30.1 0.0 667.0 1.8% 1.9% 2.3%

321.8 162.8 101.3 21.6 1.5 609.0

331.8 155.3 107.2 29.5 1.5 625.2 2.7% 3.1% 4.7%

389.5 61.0 35.1 46.3 0.0 22.9 37.5 3.2 48.6 644.0 1.9% 46.9% 44.8%

396.4 62.0 35.6 47.1 0.0 23.3 38.0 3.2 49.6 655.3 1.8% 1.8% 1.7%

403.3 63.1 36.3 48.0 0.0 23.7 38.8 3.3 50.5 667.0 1.8% 1.7% 1.8%

365.5 58.4 33.1 43.6 0.0 21.3 35.2 0.0 51.9 609.0

392.1 58.6 38.3 41.9 0.0 15.6 31.7 3.1 43.9 625.2 2.7% 7.3% 2.7%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 771.4 0.0 61.2 832.6 2.5% 2.6% 2.2% 771.4 965.7 981.3 981.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 61.2 74.7 74.5 74.5 832.6 1040.4 1055.8 1055.8 2.5% 2.6% 2.2% 2.7% 2.7% 0.0% 2.9% 2.9% 0.0% 2.9% 2.9% 0.0% 898.7 0.0 71.4 970.1 2.2% 2.6% 0.7% 851.2 0.0 70.8 922.1 3.2% 3.2% 0.0%

4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4.2Priceindex(2) 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) Total%n/n1 1.6% 101.6 604.7 2.0% 103.6 609.7 0.8% 2.1% 105.8 608.53 0.2% 2.0% 107.9 607.05 0.2% 2.0% 110.1 605.75 0.2% 1.6% 101.6 599.2 2.9% 104.6 597.8 0.0

5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 614.6 0.0 614.6 631.8 0.0 631.8 644.0 0.0 644.0 655.3 0.0 655.3 667.0 0.0 667.0 609.0 15.9 593.1 625.2 26.1 599.1

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName Italy ENAV** ForecastCosts* ENAV+ITAF 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts OnlyENAV 2012 2013 2014 Periodofreference:20122014

Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

ENAV+ITAF 2010 2011

Actualcosts OnlyENAV 2012 2013 2014

327.4 116.1 98.4 21.1 0.0 563.0

334.8 119.8 108.3 21.1 0.0 583.9 3.7% 2.2% 3.2%

304.7 90.1 109.0 28.1 0.0 531.9 8.9% 9.0% 24.8%

310.8 90.0 110.8 30.1 0.0 541.7 1.8% 2.0% 0.2%

316.8 92.5 111.4 30.1 0.0 550.8 1.7% 1.9% 2.8%

321.8 110.9 101.3 21.6 1.5 557.1

329.0 111.1 107.2 29.5 1.5 578.2 0.0 0.0 0.1%

256.4 80.0 50.0 115.3 0.0 16.6 44.8 0.0 0.0 563.0

265.1 82.9 55.3 119.7 0.0 17.2 43.6 0.0 0.0 583.9 3.7% 3.4% 5.2%

368.5 55.4 28.2 44.1 0.0 22.9 12.9 0.0 0.0 531.9 8.9% 39.0% 50.5%

375.2 56.4 28.7 44.9 0.0 23.3 13.1 0.0 0.0 541.7 1.8% 1.8% 1.8%

381.5 57.4 29.2 45.7 0.0 23.7 13.3 0.0 0.0 550.8 1.7% 1.7% 1.7%

365.5 58.4 33.1 43.6 0.0 21.3 35.2 0.0 0.0 557.1

392.1 58.6 38.3 41.9 0.0 15.6 31.7 0.0 0.0 578.2 3.8% 7.3% 2.7%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 771.4 0.0 61.2 832.6 2.5% 2.6% 2.2% 771.4 965.7 981.3 981.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 61.2 74.7 74.5 74.5 832.6 1040.4 1055.8 1055.8 2.5% 2.6% 2.2% 2.7% 2.7% 0.0% 2.9% 2.9% 0.0% 2.9% 2.9% 0.0% 898.7 0.0 71.4 970.1 2.2% 2.6% 0.7% 851.2 0.0 70.8 922.1 3.2% 3.2% 0.0%

4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4.2Priceindex(2) 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) Total%n/n1 1.6% 101.6 554.0 2.0% 103.6 563.5 1.7% 2.1% 105.8 502.6 10.8% 2.0% 107.9 501.8 0.2% 2.0% 110.1 500.2 0.3% 1.6% 101.6 548.2 2.9% 104.6 552.9 0.9%

5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 563.0 583.9 531.9 541.7 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 563.0 583.9 531.9 541.7 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4)

550.8 0.0 550.8

557.1 15.9 541.2

578.2 26.1 552.1

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F) **Years20102011arebasedonthemethodologyapplieduntilNovember2010;forthisreasonENAVandITAFcostsareaggregated forsuchyearsinthisworksheet.

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPServiceprovidername Italy ITAF** ForecastCosts* Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

33.9 21.5 5.0

34.4 21.9 4.6

34.9 22.2 5.4

0.0

0.0

60.4

60.9 0.8% 1.5% 1.5%

62.5 2.6% 1.5% 1.5%

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

21.0 5.6 6.9 2.2 0.0 0.0 24.6 0.0 0.0 60.4

21.2 5.6 7.0 2.2 0.0 0.0 24.9 0.0 0.0 60.9 0.8% 0.7% 0.7%

21.8 5.8 7.1 2.3 0.0 0.0 25.5 0.0 0.0 62.5 2.6% 2.8% 2.9%

0.0

0.0

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4.2Priceindex(2) 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) Total%n/n1 1.6% 101.6 0.0 2.0% 103.6 0.0 2.1% 105.8 57.0 2.0% 107.9 56.4 1.1% 2.0% 110.1 56.7 0.6% 1.6% 101.64 0.00 2.9% 104.59 0.00 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 0.0 0.0 60.4 60.9 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 0.0 0.0 60.4 60.9

62.5 62.5

0.0 0.0

0.0 0.0

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011 **InlinewiththeinformationprovidedinTable1ANSPENAVworksheet,ENAVandITAFcosts areaggregatedforthoseyearsinsuchworksheet.

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METServiceprovidername Italy Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4.2PriceindexBase100in2009 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(2) Total%n/n1 1.6% 101.6 0.0 2.0% 103.6 0.0 2.1% 105.8 0.0 2.0% 107.9 0.0 2.0% 110.1 0.0 1.6% 101.64 0.00 2.9% 104.59 0.00 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(3) 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

0.0 0.0

0.0 0.0

0.0 0.0

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename StateNSA Italy ENAC(includingEUROCONTROL) ForecastCosts* Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts(inc.ECTL) 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

0.0 51.6

2.8 45.1

2.9 48.9

2.9 49.8

3.0 50.7

0.0 51.9

2.8 44.2

51.6

47.9 7.1% 12.6%

51.7 8.0% 1.5% 8.4%

52.8 2.0% 1.5% 2.0%

53.7 1.8% 1.5% 1.8%

51.9

47.0 9.4% 14.9%

0.0 51.6 51.6

3.1 44.8 47.9 7.1%

3.2 48.6 51.7 8.0%

3.2 49.6 52.8 2.0%

3.3 50.5 53.7 1.8%

0.0 51.9 51.9

3.1 43.9 47.0 9.4%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4.2Priceindex(2) 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) Total%n/n1 1.6% 101.6 50.7 2.0% 103.6 46.2 8.9% 2.1% 105.8 48.9 5.8% 2.0% 107.9 48.9 0.0% 2.0% 110.1 48.8 0.2% 1.6% 101.6 51.1 2.9% 104.6 44.9

5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 51.6 47.9 51.7 52.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 51.6 47.9 51.7 52.8

53.7 0.0 53.7

51.9 0.0 51.9

47.0 0.0 47.0

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Italy Consolidationallentities Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 26.3 586.6 68.51 62.49 0.00 6.02 71.59 9.7 637.9 70.36 65.08 0.00 5.28 71.43 0.0 672.0 78.83 72.89 0.00 5.94 78.83 0.0 692.2 78.83 72.95 0.00 5.88 78.83 0.0 705.8 77.81 71.93 0.00 5.87 77.81 51.6 47.9 112.1 113.6 116.2 563.0 583.9 531.9 541.7 550.8 8.562 8.629 0.8% 9.067 8.027 11.5% 8.525 8.781 9.071 614.6 1.6% 1.6% 631.8 2.9% 2.9% 644.0 2.1% 655.3 2.0% 667.0 2.0%

1.6 561.4

15.8 599.7

28.1 560.0

41.9 583.6

40.1 590.9

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

0.0 51.6

0.0 47.9

0.1 112.0

5.0 108.7

1.4 114.8

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Italy ANSPname:ENAV* Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010 2011 ENAV+ITAF

2012

2013 OnlyENAV

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 26.3 535.0 62.49 9.7 590.0 65.08 0.0 0.0 563.0 583.9 531.9 541.7 550.8 8.562 8.629 0.8% 9.067 8.027 11.5% 8.525 8.781 9.071 563.0 1.6% 1.6% 583.9 2.9% 2.9% 531.9 2.1% 541.7 2.0% 550.8 2.0%

1.6 561.4

15.8 599.7

28.1 560.0

41.9 583.6

40.1 590.9

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

560.0 65.69

583.6 66.46

590.9 65.15

65.56

66.14

65.69

66.46

65.15

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Italy ANSPServiceprovidername:AMIITAF Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 0.0 0.00 0.0 0.0 0.00 0.0 61.4 7.20 0.0 57.0 6.49 0.0 61.5 6.78 0.0 0.0 60.4 60.9 62.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 8.562 8.629 0.8% 9.067 8.027 11.5% 8.525 8.781 9.071 0.0 1.6% 1.6% 0.0 2.9% 2.0% 60.4 2.1% 60.9 2.0% 62.5 2.0%

0.0

0.0

1.0 61.4

3.9 57.0

0.9 61.5

0.00

0.00

7.20

6.49

6.78

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Italy METServiceprovidername: Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 8.562 8.629 0.8% 9.067 8.027 11.5% 8.525 8.781 9.071 0.0 1.6% 1.6% 0.0 2.9% 2.9% 0.0 2.1% 0.0 2.0% 0.0 2.0%

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Italy StateNSA:ENAC Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 51.6 47.9 51.7 52.8 53.7 8.562 8.629 0.8% 9.067 8.027 11.5% 8.525 8.781 9.071 51.6 1.6% 1.6% 47.9 2.9% 2.9% 51.7 2.1% 52.8 2.0% 53.7 2.0%

0.0 51.6

0.0 47.9

1.1 50.6

1.1 51.7

0.4 53.3

51.6 6.02

47.9 5.28

50.6 5.94

51.7 5.88

53.3 5.87

6.02

5.28

5.94

5.88

5.87

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Italy Year: 2013


1. Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones;

ENAV analytical accounting model determines the costs of en-route and terminal services. The allocation for air navigation services (i.e. ATM, COM, NAV, SOR, AIS, MET) has been done statistical way taking into account, for each service, the sort of activity done by the operational technical Human Recourses, the specific activity done by some overhead centres of coordination support (overhead), the usage destination of ENAV assets, the correlation between some costs specific services. in a and and and

2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs);

Other State Costs only include Eurocontrol Costs.

3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

Depreciation costs are calculated applying the historical cost method.

4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity;

The Cost of Capital is calculated as the product of: the sum of the average net book value of fixed assets used by the air navigation service provider in operation or under construction without considering the financed assets and the net current assets; the return on equity.

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services;

ENAV analytical accounting model has - as its main objective - the definition of costs and revenues for En-route and Terminal services and for the sales of other minor (not regulated) services. The analytical accounting system gathers costs and revenues by nature and by cost centres and sales orders and allocates them to the institutional En-Route and Terminal Services and to the other businesses.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Italy Year: 2013

Costs and revenues that cannot be uniquely related to a Site or a Sales project and overhead related to General & Administrative and Coordination & Support units are allocated to the operational sites (airports and area control centres) and to the other businesses according with specific drivers for allocation. Moreover, whenever a Site provides contextually services both for en-route and terminal, costs are allocated between the two Services. This allocation takes into account the specific features of the Site such as, for example, the proportion of the managed airspace within a radius of 20 km from the airport, the type of service provided, the technology used, any service delegation, etc. Every year an external auditing company certifies that the accounting separation amongst En-Route, Terminal and Other Businesses is done in accordance with the defined model.

6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration;

The Unit Rate calculation includes MET costs directly serving air traffic control services.

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones;

The Unit Rate calculation includes MET costs directly serving air traffic control services within one charging zone.

8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n 1;

The level of costs recorded at the end of year 2011 shows that careful planning in the allocation of human and material resources has allowed to maintain a high level of quality of the services offered (ATC delay of 0,013 min per assisted flight in 2011) and at the same time has allowed to obtain an optimization of expenditure. In particular, with regards to the 2011 ANSP actual costs, (table 1 ANSP), the actual costs show an increase of 0,6% with reference to the 2011 planned costs, even if the inflation recorded at the end of the year (+2,9%) was higher than the planned (1,5%).

BUDGET

ACTUAL

ENAV* + ITAF

574.509.533

578.207.285

0,6%

*Includes revenues from other sources. The Budget data, not considering the revenues, is equal to in 583.942.272 Euros.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Italy Year: 2013

This result becomes relevant considering that the 2011 actual costs include about 2,8 mln Euros of bad debts deriving from the credits depreciation originated by airlines state of insolvency.

9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan;

The components of the national costs are as follows: ENAV costs; ITAF costs; NSA costs; EUROCONTROL costs.

Addendum NPP NOMINAL COSTS ENAV ENAC ITAF EUROCONTROL TOTAL DETERMINED COSTS
Var %

2012 531,9 3,2 60,4 48,6 644,0

2013 541,7 3,2 60,9 49,6 655,3


1,8%

2014 550,8 3,3 62,5 50,5 667,0


1,8%

With regards to methodology adopted in the reporting tables, it is important to highlight that: the years 2010-2011 are based on the methodology applied until November 2010; for this reason ENAV and ITAF costs are aggregated for such years in the Table 1 ANSP ENAV worksheet; from 2012 until 2014, according to EC Reg. 1794/2006 (as amended by Reg. 1191/2010) and EC Reg. 691/2010, the determined cost method is applied. In this case, ENAV costs and ITAF costs are shown separately.

It is significant to underline that the costs presented in the table above, used to calculate the En Route Unit Rate and the Determined Unit Rate from 2012 to 2014, are the same reported in the Addendum to the Italian Performance Plan (as showed in Table 11-14). Moreover, those costs have been submitted by Italy on the 20th of July 2012 and approved by the Enlarged Commission with Decision No. 116. The planning shows a substantial invariance of costs in real terms.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Italy Year: 2013


1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

In Italy there is only one charging zone.

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

Considering the negative data registered during the year, mainly due to political unrest in North Africa, Italy recorded at the end of 2011 a result of -2,9%. For the coming years (RP1) Italy uses the forecast of the Addendum to the Italian Performance Plan: for 2012 is +1,5%, for 2013 +3% and for 2014 +3,3%.

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs;

The Italian Interdepartmental Decree of 28-12-2007 establishes the following regime for exempted flights: The following flights are exempted from the payment of Italian terminal charges according to the art. 9, paragraph 1 of the Commission Regulation (EC) No 1794/2006: flights performed by aircraft for which the maximum take-off weight authorised is less than two metric tons; flights performed exclusively for the transport, on official mission, of the reigning Monarch and his immediate family, Heads of State, Heads of Government, and Government Ministers. In all cases, this must be substantiated by the appropriate status indicator on the flight plan; search and rescue flights authorised by the appropriate competent body, including flights operated by the Firemen National Corp (Corpo Nazionale dei Vigili del Fuoco) and by the Department of Civil Protection (Dipartimento Protezione Civile). The Following flights are exempted according to the art. 9, paragraph 2 of the Commission Regulation (EC) No 1794/2006: military flights operated by military aircraft of the Italian State; military flights operated by military aircraft of other States when there is a regime of reciprocity or specific agreements; training flights performed exclusively for the purpose of obtaining a licence, or a rating in the case of cockpit flight crew, where this is substantiated by an appropriate remark on the flight plan. Flights must be performed solely within the airspace of the Member State concerned. Flights must not serve for the transport of passengers and/or cargo, nor for positioning or ferrying of the aircraft; flights performed exclusively for the purpose of checking or testing equipments used or intended to be used as ground aids to air navigation, excluding positioning flights by the aircraft concerned; flights terminating at the airport from which the aircraft has taken off and during which no intermediate landing has been made (circular flights); humanitarian flights authorised by the appropriate competent body; customs and police flights, if not qualified as the previously mentioned military flights.

The exempted service is reimbursed by the Italian State.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Italy Year: 2013

4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist;

The income from other sources includes ancillary revenues generated from services that differ from the main services of the company. Those revenues, in 2013 equal to 7,1 mln euro, are aggregated to the costs in order to reduce the unit rate.

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

N/A

6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

ENAV is implementing various initiatives, in particular: route rationalization in order to reduce the distance travelled on national airspace (Flight Efficiency Plan); participation to international projects like Blue Med for the definition of the future functional block of airspace and Sesar, for the implementation of the future European ATM platform.

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

N/A

8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years;

The cost base for the calculation of the unit rate includes the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years. The Adjustment mechanism of balance comprises: Balance of the period - regarding the ENAV under or over-recovery of the year n-2 with regards to the unit rate. The 2013 Unit Rate comprises the 2009 under recovery (third part), part of the 2011 under recovery and the amount related to the retroactive application of unit rates. Balance ITAF (Italian Air Force) and Balance EUROCONTROL regarding under or overrecovery of the year n-3. The 2013 Unit Rate comprises Balance ITAF/EUROCONTROL of the period 2010. This different behaviour (n-3) is due to the fact that ENAV normally receives the closure of ITAF and EUROCONTROL after the closure of its own Balance Sheet. Balance ENAC - concerning the ENAC under or over-recovery of the year n-2 with regards to the unit rate. The 2013 Unit Rate comprises the 2011 under recovery.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Italy Year: 2013

Concerning the actual 2011, due to decrease of traffic for the unrest situation in North African area, the 2011 balance for Italy is equal to in 49,468 million Euro. Therefore, considering also the third part of the 2009 under recovery, the total balance for the calculation of the 2013 unit rate is equal to in 61,856 million Euros.

2009 A

2010 A

2011 P

2012 P

2013 P

2014 P

2015 P

Carry over of under / over recoveries (in '000 euro) Balance Year 2004 -14.888 Balance Year 2005 -1.113 Balance Year 2006 2.599 Balance Year 2007 5.326 Balance Year 2008 1.796 Balance Year 2009 -52.327 Balance Year 2010 -15.614 Balance Year 2011 -49.468 Amounts carried over to year (i) 5.326 1.796 -15.164 -28.002 -49.468 -61.856 0 -12.388 0 0 -15.614 0 0 0 -15.164 -12.388 -12.388 -12.388 0 1.796 0 0 0 0 5.326 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

In order to mitigate the under-recovery effect on the 2013 Unit Rate As, part of the 2011 under-recovery has been allocated on 2014. It is important to highlight that, in the absence of the measure described above, the Balance Year 2009 -52.327 -15.164 -12.388 -12.388 -12.388 0 natural en-route unit rate for 2013 would be Balance Year 2010 -15.614 -15.614 0 0 0 equal to 81,84 Euro, with an increase of about 4% Balance Year 2011 0 compared to the previous -49.468 -23.068 -26.400 year. Thanks to the Am ounts carried over to year (i) -15.164 -28.002 -35.456 -38.788 0 actions put in place, it has been possible to decrease the 2013 natural en-route unit rate of about 3 Euro, giving for the concerning year the same 2012 unit rate (78.83).
2008 A 2009 A 2010 A 2011 P 2012 P 2013 P 2014 P 2015 P

Moreower, at the value described above, on the 2013 Amounts carried over to year it is necessary to add also the amount related to the retroactive application of unit rates, in according with the method proposed by the European Commission (DG Move E2/Mc: Annex 2 simplified example of retroactive application of unit rates and risk). This value (under-recovery) is equal to 1.448.842,97 Euro.

aDURj an-aug 75,28 75,28

x x x

actualSUj an-aug 5.460.063 112.410 5.572.473 rSU2012 5.572.473 dREVENUEj an-aug 420.944.608

= = =

aREVENUEj an-aug 411.033.542 8.462.223 419.495.765 dREVENUE2012 420.944.608 retroactive -1.448.842,97

rDUR 75,54 aREVENUEj an-aug 419.495.765,03

x x -

= = = =

LATVIA

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Latvia Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 6.7 1.2 1.0 1.8 0.5 0.6 0.4 0.9 0.7 13.9 7.3 1.5 1.0 1.6 0.5 0.7 0.5 0.9 0.8 14.8 6.2% 8.0% 2.1% 7.4 1.4 1.1 1.6 0.5 0.7 0.5 1.0 0.9 15.1 2.0% 1.7% 1.6% 7.7 1.6 1.1 1.5 0.5 0.7 0.6 1.0 0.9 15.6 3.7% 4.2% 1.6% 7.2 1.3 1.1 1.9 0.5 0.7 0.5 0.8 0.7 14.5 6.8 3.6 2.6 0.9 0.0 13.9 7.2 3.6 3.0 1.0 0.0 14.8 6% 5% 0% 7.6 3.4 3.2 0.8 0.0 15.1 2% 5% 4% 7.9 3.7 3.3 0.7 0.0 15.6 4% 5% 8% 6.9 4.5 2.3 0.9 0.0 14.5

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 12.0 12.6 12.1 11.2 11.2 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 1.6 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.6 3.4Totalassetbase 13.6 14.3 13.9 13.0 12.8 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 6.7% 6.9% 5.9% 5.1% 7.0% 3.6Returnonequity 7.8% 5.5% 3.4% 3.0% 0.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts 3.5% 3.5% 3.9% 0.0% 3.8% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.1% 4.2% 2.3% 1.7% 4.2Priceindex(2) 98.9 103.1 105.4 107.2 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 0.0 13.5 14.0 14.0 Total%n/n1 3.8% 0.3% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 14 15 15 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 14 15 15

1.7% 109.0 14.3 2.0%

1.1% 98.9 0.0

4.2% 103.1 24.8

16 0.0 16

14.5 0.0 14.5

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000LVLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName Latvia LatvijasGaisaSatiksme ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

6.0 2.4 2.6 0.9 0.0 11.9

6.4 2.2 3.0 1.0 0.0 12.5 0.1 0.1 0.1

6.7 2.0 3.2 0.8 0.0 12.7 0.0 0.1 0.1

7.0 2.3 3.3 0.6 0.0 13.2 0.0 0.0 0.1

6.2 3.3 2.3 0.9 0.0 12.7

6.7 1.2 1.0 1.8 0.2 0.6 0.3 0.0 0.0 11.9

7.3 1.5 1.0 1.6 0.2 0.7 0.3 0.0 0.0 12.5 5.1% 8.0% 2.1%

7.4 1.4 1.1 1.6 0.3 0.7 0.3 0.0 0.0 12.7 1.7% 1.7% 1.6%

7.7 1.6 1.1 1.5 0.3 0.7 0.3 0.0 0.0 13.2 3.7% 4.2% 1.6%

7.2 1.3 1.1 1.9 0.3 0.7 0.3 0.0 0.0 12.7

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 12.0 12.6 12.1 11.2 11.2 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 1.6 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.6 3.4Totalassetbase 13.6 14.3 13.9 13.0 12.8 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 6.7% 6.8% 5.8% 5.0% 6.9% 3.6Returnonequity 7.8% 6.9% 5.9% 5.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts 5.2% 6.0% 6.0% 0.0% 3.8% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.1% 4.2% 2.3% 1.7% 4.2Priceindex(2) 98.9 103.1 105.4 107.2 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 0.0 11.6 11.9 11.9 Total%n/n1 2.7% 0.0% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 11.9 12.5 12.7 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 11.9 12.5 12.7

1.7% 109.0 12.1 2.0%

1.1% 98.9 0.0

4.2% 103.1 12.3

13.2 13.2

12.7 12.7

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000LVLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METServiceprovidername Latvia LatvijasVides,eoloijasunmeteoroloijascentrs ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

0.09 0.03 0.01 0.01 0.00 0.14

0.12 0.06 0.06 0.01 0.00 0.25 75.4% 34.2% 84.0%

0.14 0.07 0.06 0.01 0.00 0.28 12.0% 12.0% 12.0%

0.15 0.07 0.07 0.02 0.00 0.31 12.0% 12.0% 12.0%

0.09 0.03 0.01 0.01 0.00 0.14

0.14

0.25

0.28

0.31

0.14

0.14

0.25 75.4%

0.28 12.0%

0.31 12.0%

0.14

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.1% 4.2% 2.3% 1.7% 4.2Priceindex(2) 98.9 103.1 105.4 107.2 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 0.00 0.14 0.24 0.26 Total%n/n1 71.5% 10.1% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 0.14 0.25 0.28 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.00 0.00 0.00 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 0.14 0.25 0.28

1.7% 109.0 0.29 10.1%

1.1% 98.9 0.00

4.2% 103.1 0.14

0.31 0.00 0.31

0.14 0.00 0.14

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000LVLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename StateNSA Latvia Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts(inc.ECTL) 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

0.7 1.2

0.7 1.3

0.7 1.3

0.8 1.3

0.6 1.1

1.9

2.0 8.3% 2.6% 11.7%

2.1 2.4% 4.0% 1.5%

2.1 2.6% 4.7% 1.4%

1.677

0.2

0.2

0.2

0.2

0.2

0.9 0.7 1.9

0.9 0.8 2.0 8.3%

1.0 0.9 2.1 2.4%

1.0 0.9 2.1 2.6%

0.8 0.7 1.677

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.1% 4.2% 2.3% 1.7% 4.2Priceindex(2) 98.9 103.1 105.4 107.2 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 0.0 1.8 1.9 1.9 Total%n/n1 5.9% 0.7% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 2 2 2 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 2 2 2

1.7% 109.0 1.9 0.9%

1.1% 4.2% 98.9 103.1 0.0 12.3

2 0.0 2

2 0.0 2

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000LVLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Latvia Consolidationallentities Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.1 13.8 0.1 14.6 0.2 14.8 0.2 15.3 2.0 2.3 2.3 2.4 11.91 12.5 12.7 13.2 0.660 0.702 6.4% 0.701 0.731 0.765 14 4.2% 3.0% 15 1.7% 15 1.7% 16 1.7%

0.0 11.9

0.0 12.5

0.1 12.6

0.1 13.0

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

2.0

2.3

2.3

2.4

20.86 20.86 20.26 20.01 17.83 17.64 17.07 16.84 0.22 0.36 0.38 0.41 2.81 2.87 2.81 2.76 19.79 21.07 20.47 20.22

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000LVLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Latvia ANSPname:LatvijasGaisaSatiksme Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.1 11.8 17.83 0.1 12 17.64 0.2 12 17.07 0.2 13 16.84 0 11.9 12.5 12.7 13.2 0.0 0.660 0.702 106.4% 0.701 0.731 0.765 0.0 1.1% 1.1% 11.9 4.2% 4.2% 12.5 2.3% 12.7 1.7% 13.2 1.7%

0.0 0.0 0.1 0.1 11.9 12.5 12.6 13.0

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

18.04

17.84

17.27

17.05

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000LVLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Latvia METServiceprovidername:LatvijasVides,eoloijasunmeteoroloijascentrs Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 0.1 0.22 0.0 0.3 0.36 0.0 0.3 0.38 0.0 0.3 0.41 0.1 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.660 0.701 0.731 0.765 0.1 4.2% 0.3 2.3% 0.3 1.7% 0.3 1.7%

0.0 0.1

0.0 0.3

0.0 0.3

0.0 0.3

0.22

0.36

0.38

0.41

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000LVLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Latvia StateNSA Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 1.9 2.81 0.0 2.0 2.87 0.0 2.1 2.81 0.0 2.1 2.76 1.9 2.0 2.1 2.1 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.8 1.9 4.2% 2.01 2.3% 2.06 1.7% 2.11 1.7%

0.0 1.9

0.0 2.0

0.0 2.1

0.0 2.1

2.81

2.87

2.81

2.76

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000LVLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Latvia Year: 2013


1. Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones;

SJSC Latvijas Gaisa Satiksme (further LGS) uses Activity Based Costing methodology for unit rate calculation. Allocation of the costs occurs from the resources to the activities, among activities and from activities to services. Resources in this context mean forecasted costs approved by the Board of the Company. Activities (Cost centres) mean LGS divisions or structural units. There are two types of cost centres: service providing divisions and supporting divisions. Services mean services that LGS provides to the third party. The forecasted costs are arranged developing unitary groups of costs. When possible the resources are allocated directly to the activities. Supporting activities are assigned to the service provision activities using such drivers as number of staff, their distribution among service providing divisions, actual costs incurred in last period. Service provision activities are assigned to the services using such drivers as number of flights and kilometres flown, expert ratings, direct and proportional references. State costs are allocated to the services directly or split proportionally between services based on the Cost Sharing Key of ANSP.

2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs);

Eurocontrol Costs are reported as Other State Costs. No other costs are included in this cost item. There are no historical costs of Eurocontrol for the year 2010, since the Republic of Latvia joined the Eurocontrol organization only on 1 January 2011. The cost item line hold amounts of 1197 thousand EUR for the year 2012; 1221 thousand EUR for the year 2013 and 1243 thousand EUR for the year 2014. Amounts are conversed to Latvian Lats at the rate of 0,698738 LVL per EUR.

3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

Historical method is used for calculation of depreciation expenses. Planned investment depreciation expense is calculated by taking into account the whole investment planned for the period, adjusted by expected Work In Progress. It is assumed that investment plan is enforced in the middle of the year, if otherwise stated (known project plans).

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Latvia Year: 2013

4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity;

Cost of capital calculation is based on the average assets outstanding multiplied by the weighted average CoC rate. The following assumptions are incorporated in components of the weighted average CoC rate: 1. Cost of debt. Actual figures of debt interest rates; 2. Government long-term bonds rates; In the following years the CoC is expected to decrease due to stabilization of economy and thus interest rates. However EURIBOR rates are expected to increase in middle term as well as the risks for the Company which are related to Performance scheme and situation in the country.

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services;

ANSP does not operate an internal accounting system but follows an activity-based costing approach. As a first step, LGS groups homogeneous expenses such as staff, training, or administration. Grouped expenses are allocated to activity units such as ATC, Aeronautical Information and Communications using statistical data. Activities are divided into supporting activities and service provision. As a second step, the costs of supporting activities are further allocated between units providing services, in proportion of headcounts. The allocation percentage to en-route and terminal services is established for each unit providing services. Each asset item is allocated to en-route and terminal service separately. Deprecation and interest costs are calculated by fixed asset item and allocated to en-route and terminal service directly.

6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration;

There are two MET service providers in Latvia. One is the ANSP and other is MET office. ANSP is responsible for actual data collection, while MET office is responsible for data collection as well as forecasting. Since ANSPs MET costs are provided only for local use, therefore, distribution of costs into direct costs and MET core costs is not applicable. However MET office does report those costs in such a manner. The MET costs incurred by MET office are not material and constitute approximately 1% of the total consolidated.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Latvia Year: 2013

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones;

ANSP is using the same allocation key as MET office which follows the percentage allocation of different services for the staff costs and Other Operating expenses in allocation. Depreciation is used in allocation key that is attached to the fixed assets used by MET function in ANSP. CoC follows the fixed assets pattern.

8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n - 1;

The total costs for the en-route services was 0.6M (4.6%) higher than those planned. Broken down into separate lines: ANSP costs increased by 0.8M LVL (6.6%); State costs decreased by 0.2M LVL (8.0%) MET costs did not increase or decrease. Main driver for the ANSP cost increase was a one-time loss of financial assets due to fraud and proceeding bankruptcy in one of the MFI. The loss of the funds resulted in tightened cash flow and revision of investment plans. On the other hand service units actually rose at a pace of 6.2%, which is due to the fact that the national air carrier performed better than expected after a take-over from the State. Both previously mentioned differences resulted in an overcharge od 0.2M LVL, which will be returned to the airspace users in FY 2013 and FY 2014.

9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan.

Increase of the staff costs is mainly related with increase of salary for ATCO and ATSEP personnel. Latvia has one of the lowest salary levels in Europe. Postponement of the investment programs will lead to decrease of the depreciation expenses; deprecation expenses are going to decrease in long term. Other operating expenses are going to increase due to forecasted inflation in long term as well as due to increase in operations. State supervision costs and other State costs are expected to remain constant. Cost of capital is expected to decrease due to expected fall in government long term bond yields as well as fall in average operating assets base.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Latvia Year: 2013

1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

None.

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

In FY 2011 actual service units used. In FY 2012 Latvia uses the previously reported number of service units 0.701M (a decrease of 0.2%), which is slightly better than STRATFOR February 2012 base forecast of a decrease of 0.4%. In future years Latvia retains the previously in NPP reported service units which are slightly better than STRATFOR February 2012 base forecasts.

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs;

The cost of exempted flights are financed by means of the States route charge revenues resulting from the difference between the Eurocontrol costs included in the national cost-base and the contributions paid to Eurocontrol.

4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist;

As income from other sources the income derived from non air-navigational services (rent, financial income) is presented. Non air-navigational income is split proportionally between enroute and terminal services.

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

No incentives schemes are applied at the moment.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Latvia Year: 2013

6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

According to EC recommendations on the revision of targets contained in performance plans under Regulation (EC) No 549/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council, Article 3(e) Latvia should reassess the size of and need for investments necessary to achieve the performance targets over the reference period, taking account of the opportunity for their rationalisation in the context of functional airspace blocks. Latvia would like to inform that as NEFAB is not yet operational and all legal agreements not yet ratified by all involved parties, its not yet clearly identified each and every investment needed for NEFAB implementation. Nevertheless, in ANSP investment plans has been taken into account Feasibility study report and main headlines for NEFAB, as free route introductions (for example Migrate from AFTN to AMHS) and investments needed to implement it. Currently ANSP does not have any capacity constraints.

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

None.

8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years;

In accordance with the applicable policies and rules.

LITHUANIA

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Lithuania Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 32.6 6.2 6.2 7.2 1.0 3.0 1.3 0.9 4.4 62.8 38.1 7.3 7.0 9.3 1.1 3.2 1.6 1.1 3.9 72.6 15.6% 16.9% 19.9% 38.7 6.3 7.2 9.9 1.2 3.6 1.8 1.3 4.2 74.2 2.3% 1.6% 0.9% 40.0 6.4 7.6 10.0 1.3 3.8 1.6 1.3 4.2 76.1 2.5% 3.4% 2.4% 41.7 6.6 8.1 10.0 1.4 4.0 1.8 1.3 4.3 79.2 4.0% 4.3% 3.2% 33.1 5.2 5.6 7.9 1.1 3.2 1.5 0.7 3.9 62.1 37.3 6.0 6.3 11.1 0.9 3.4 1.5 0.9 3.7 71.1 14.4% 12.7% 25.1% 35.9 15.4 11.5 0.0 0.0 62.8 38.4 17.5 13.0 3.7 0.0 72.6 15.6% 6.8% 13.6% 40.3 18.1 12.0 3.8 0.0 74.223 2.3% 5.0% 4.0% 42.5 17.9 12.2 3.6 0.0 76.110 2.5% 5.5% 1.6% 45.2 18.5 12.1 3.3 0.0 79.165 4.0% 6.2% 3.7% 35.4 14.7 10.9 0.0 1.1 62.118 37.3 16.2 12.7 3.7 1.1 71.054 14.4% 5.5% 10.0%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 99.3 107.6 111.7 106.8 99.2 104.3 106.7 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 17.5 15.9 15.2 15.4 15.7 14.0 16.3 3.4Totalassetbase 116.7 123.5 127.0 122.3 114.8 118.3 123.0 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 0.0% 3.0% 3.0% 2.9% 2.9% 0.0% 3.0% 3.6Returnonequity 0.0% 3.0% 3.0% 3.0% 3.0% 0.0% 3.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.2% 2.2% 2.4% 2.2% 4.2Priceindex(2) 101.2 103.5 106.0 108.4 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 62.0 70.1 70.0 70.2 Total%n/n1 13.0% 0.1% 0.3% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 62.8 72.6 74.2 76.1 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 62.8 72.6 74.2 76.1

2.5% 111.0 71.3 1.5%

1.2% 101.2 61.4

4.1% 105.3 67.4

79.2 0.0 79.2

62.1 0.0 62.1

71.1 0.0 71.1

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000LTLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName Lithuania SE"OroNavigacija" ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts(inc.ECTL) 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

34.7 10.4 11.1

37.1 12.8 12.6 3.6 66.0 17.5% 7.0% 22.3%

38.8 13.1 11.4 3.7 67.0 1.4% 4.6% 2.7%

41.0 12.8 11.7 3.6 69.0 3.0% 5.7% 2.7%

43.7 13.2 11.5 3.3 71.7 4.0% 6.4% 3.6%

34.2 10.3 10.5 1.1 56.0

56.2

36.1 11.8 12.4 3.6 1.1 65.0 16.0% 5.5% 15.2%

32.6 6.2 6.2 7.2 1.0 3.0

38.1 7.3 7.0 9.3 1.1 3.2

38.7 6.3 7.2 9.9 1.2 3.6

40.0 6.4 7.6 10.0 1.3 3.8

41.7 6.6 8.1 10.0 1.4 4.0

33.1 5.2 5.6 7.9 1.1 3.2

37.3 6.0 6.3 11.1 0.9 3.4

56.2

66.0 17.5% 16.9% 19.9%

67.0 1.4% 1.6% 0.9%

69.0 3.0% 3.4% 2.4%

71.7 4.0% 4.3% 3.2%

56.0

65.0 16.0% 12.7% 25.1%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 97.2 104.5 108.3 103.0 95.6 101.8 104.8 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 17.5 15.7 15.2 15.4 15.7 14.0 16.3 3.4Totalassetbase 114.6 120.2 123.5 118.4 111.3 115.8 121.1 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 0.0% 3.0% 3.0% 3.0% 3.0% 0.0% 3.0% 3.6Returnonequity 0.0% 3.0% 3.0% 3.0% 3.0% 0.0% 3.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.2% 2.2% 2.4% 2.2% 4.2Priceindex(2) 101.2 103.5 106.0 108.4 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 55.5 63.8 63.2 63.7 Total%n/n1 14.9% 1.0% 0.8% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 56.2 66.0 67.0 69.0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 56.2 66.0 67.0 69.0

2.5% 111.0 64.6 1.5%

1.2% 101.2 55.4

4.1% 105.3 61.7 11.5%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

71.7 71.7

56.0 56.0

65.0 65.0

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000LTLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METServiceprovidername Lithuania LHMS ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

0.7 0.2 0.3

0.7 0.4 0.4 0.1 1.6 22.7% 1.0% 65.8%

0.7 0.4 0.6 0.1 1.8 12.6% 0.6% 7.5%

0.7 0.5 0.5

0.7 0.5 0.6

0.7 0.4 0.4

0.7 0.4 0.4 0.0 1.5 3.9% 1.0% 9.8%

1.3

1.6 8.0% 0.4% 7.7%

1.8 9.8% 0.7% 16.3%

1.5

1.3

1.6

1.8

1.6

1.8

1.5

1.5

1.3

1.6 22.7%

1.8 12.6%

1.6 8.0%

1.8 9.8%

1.5

1.5 3.9%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 1.9 2.4 2.6 3.0 2.7 1.9 1.1 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase 1.9 2.4 2.6 3.0 2.7 1.9 1.1 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 0.0% 3.0% 3.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 3.0% 3.6Returnonequity 0.0% 3.0% 3.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 3.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.2% 2.2% 2.4% 2.2% 4.2Priceindex(2) 101.2 103.5 106.0 108.4 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 1.3 1.5 1.7 1.5 Total%n/n1 20.0% 9.9% 10.0% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 1.3 1.6 1.8 1.6 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 1.3 1.6 1.8 1.6

2.5% 111.0 1.6 7.2%

1.2% 101.2 1.5

4.1% 105.3 1.4

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

1.8 1.8

1.5 1.5

1.5 1.5

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000LTLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename StateNSA Lithuania Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

0.6 4.7 0.0 0.0 5.3

0.6 4.3 0.0 0.0 5.0 6.4% 6.0% 8.3%

0.8 4.6 0.0 0.0 5.5 10.5% 33.1% 7.5%

0.8 4.6 0.0

0.8 4.8 0.0

0.5 4.0 0.0 0.0 4.6

0.6 4.0 0.0 0.0 4.6 0.2% 12.8% 1.2%

5.5 0.1% 1.6% 0.4%

5.6 2.7% 2.3% 2.8%

0.9 4.4 5.3

1.1 3.9 5.0 6.4%

1.3 4.2 5.5 10.5%

1.3 4.2 5.5 0.1%

1.3 4.3 5.6 2.7%

0.7 3.9 4.6

0.9 3.7 4.6 0.2%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 0.2 0.7 0.8 0.9 0.9 0.6 0.9 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 0.0 0.2 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.4Totalassetbase 0.2 0.9 0.8 0.9 0.9 0.6 0.9 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 5.0% 3.0% 3.0% 0.0% 0.0% 5.0% 3.0% 3.6Returnonequity 5.0% 3.0% 3.0% 0.0% 0.0% 5.0% 3.0% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.2% 2.2% 2.4% 2.2% 4.2Priceindex(2) 101.2 103.5 106.0 108.4 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 5.2 4.8 5.2 5.1 Total%n/n1 8.4% 7.8% 2.1% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 5.3 5.0 5.5 5.5 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 5.3 5.0 5.5 5.5

2.5% 111.0 5.1 0.2%

1.2% 101.2 4.5

4.1% 105.3 4.4

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

5.6 5.6

4.6 4.6

4.6 4.6

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000LTLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Lithuania Consolidationallentities Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.9 58.1 171.25 151.84 3.78 15.63 173.96 0.9 67.5 171.06 156.08 2.91 12.07 173.37 0.9 70.8 163.91 146.87 4.64 12.40 166.05 0.9 71.7 159.83 144.69 3.37 11.77 161.88 0.9 73.8 157.92 142.02 3.83 12.07 159.88 6.6 6.5 7.3 7.1 7.4 56.2 66.0 67.0 69.0 71.7 0.339 0.371 9.4% 0.395 0.420 6.4% 0.432 0.449 0.467 62.8 1.2% 1.2% 72.6 4.1% 2.2% 74.2 2.4% 76.1 2.2% 79.2 2.5%

3.8 52.4

3.5 62.5

2.6 64.4

3.1 65.8

4.5 67.3

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

0.0 6.6

0.6 5.9

0.1 7.4

0.3 6.8

0.0 7.4

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000LTLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Lithuania ANSPname:SE"OroNavigacija" Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.9 51.5 151.8 0.9 61.6 156.1 0.9 63.4 146.9 0.9 64.9 144.7 0.9 66.3 142.0 56.2 66.0 67.0 69.0 71.7 0.3 0.4 9.4% 0.4 0.4 6.4% 0.4 0.4 0.5 56.2 1.2% 1.2% 66.0 4.1% 2.2% 67.0 2.4% 69.0 2.2% 71.7 2.5%

3.8 52.4

3.5 62.5

2.6 64.4

3.1 65.8

4.5 67.3

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

154.54

158.39

149.01

146.75

143.98

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000LTLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Lithuania METServiceprovidername:LHMS Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 1.3 3.78 0.0 1.1 2.91 0.0 2.0 4.64 0.0 1.5 3.37 0.0 1.8 3.83 1.3 1.6 1.8 1.6 1.8 0.3 0.4 9.4% 0.4 0.4 6.4% 0.4 0.4 0.5 1.3 1.2% 1.2% 1.6 4.1% 2.2% 1.8 2.4% 1.6 2.2% 1.8 2.5%

0.0 1.3

0.4 1.1

0.2 2.0

0.1 1.5

0.0 1.8

3.78

2.91

4.64

3.37

3.83

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000LTLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:Lithuania StateNSA Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 5.3 15.63 0.0 4.8 12.07 0.0 5.4 12.40 0.0 5.3 11.77 0.0 5.6 12.07 5.3 5.0 5.5 5.5 5.6 0.3 0.4 9.4% 0.4 0.4 6.4% 0.4 0.4 0.5 5.3 1.2% 1.2% 5.0 4.1% 2.2% 5.5 2.4% 5.5 2.2% 5.6 2.5%

0.0 5.3

0.2 4.8

0.1 5.4

0.2 5.3

0.0 5.6

15.63

12.07

12.40

11.77

12.07

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000LTLServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Lithuania Year: 2013


1. Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones;

ANSP SE Oro navigacija Costs are allocated by units (cost centres in our accounting system). The cost centres are structured in 7 major groups ATM, Surveillance, Communication, Navigation, SAR, AIS and Administration. All resources (assets, services, staff and costs) are directly attributed to a certain cost centre. For each cost centre appropriate percentage of cost is allocated between different activities, i.e. en route and terminal services. Facilities and services, which serve only en route, are allocated 100 % to en route services. For facilities and services that serve both en route and terminal, the costs are allocated based on proportion of the number of ATCOs or on proportion of the number of flights (according to Principles). Staff costs, direct operating costs, depreciation and interest costs are calculated for each cost centre. Table 1. Costs allocation SE Oro navigacija, in thousand Lt Detail by nature Staff expenses Other operating expenses Depreciation Interest Exceptional item Total 2013F total 48.537 15.240 14.358 4.221 82.355 2013D route 41.034 12.754 11.653 3.552 68.993 % Route 84,5% 83,7% 81,2% 84,2% 83,8% 2013F terminal 7.503 2.486 2.705 669 13.362 % TNC 15,5% 16,3% 18,8% 15,8% 16,2%

2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs);

The Lithuanian contribution to the costs of the Eurocontrol Agency. For the years of 2012-2014 these costs are as follows: 2012 4182 LTL000 or 1212 EUR000 2013 4210 LTL000 or 1220 EUR000 2014 4303 LTL000 or 1247 EUR000

3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

Lithuania applies the linear method of depreciation; operating life is in line with Principles 2.3.3.3.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Lithuania Year: 2013


4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity; Cost of capital has been calculated in line with the example presented in Principles, Appendix I. Table 2. Calculation cost of capital 2013
1 Principal amount Loan/Bond Sub-total Equity (MLTL) 0 0 150 2 % share of total debt 0 0 0 100 3.0 3 % share of total capital 4 Effectiv e interest % 0 5 Weighted interest (2x4) 0 0 3.0 0 3.0 3.0 3.552 6 Weighted cost of capital (3x5)

Total interest bearing liabilities and equity 150 100 (MLTL) Cost of capital = (Average fixed assets + average net current assets(without interest bearing assets)) * 3.0 % (KLTL)

The interest rate of the last Government securities, longer than five years, auction in 2012 was 4,582 %.

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services;

Facilities and services, which serve only en route, are allocated 100 % to en route services. Facilities and services, which serve only terminal, are allocated 100 % to terminal services. For facilities and services that serve both en route and terminal, the costs are allocated based on proportion of the number of ATCOs or on proportion of the number of flights (according to Principles). NSA allocates costs to en route and terminal in the same ratio as SE ON.

6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration;

The Lithuanian Hydrometeorological Service (LHMS) is a public administration service funded from the State budget and collected charges from services. LHMS credits relating to services attributable to en route and terminal air navigation services are corresponding to the costs for meteorological services attributable to en route and terminal services. These costs are taken into account in the en route and terminal unit rates of charges. The further sub-division of MET costs into terminal and en-route services is made on the basis structure of the individual cost objects of the aeronautical meteorological service in accordance with the manual on Navigation Services Economics (ICAO Doc. 9161), Appendix 6.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Lithuania Year: 2013

LHMS allocates a share of the MET core costs to aviation. Attributable core costs comprise the cost of upperair soundings (radio sondes and balloons), the cost of meteorological observations and the cost of satellite information: - 17% (1/6) of upper-air sounding expenses are allocated to aviation and the remainder (5/6) to five other user groups, i.e. energy, land transport, shipment and lading, media and state institutions; - 9% (1/11) of the cost of the meteorological observation network is allocated to aviation and the remainder (10/11) to ten other user groups, i.e. energy, land transport, shipment and lading, media, state institutions, science and education, agriculture, forestry, construction and insurance; - 17% (1/6) of the cost of satellite meteorological information is allocated to aviation and the remainder (5/6) to five other user groups, i.e. energy, land transport, shipment and lading, media and state institutions. LHMS has established the 2013 aviations contribution to core costs (434.000 LTL) as shown in Table 3 below. Table 3. Aviations contribution to core costs in 2013, in thousand LTL Contribution to core costs Sondes, balloons Meteorological observational data Satellite information Total contribution to core costs '000 LTL 38,6 350,0 45,4 434,0

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones;

The Aviation Meteorological Centre collocated with the Aviation Meteorological Station at Vilnius aerodrome, two Aviation Meteorological Stations at Kaunas and Palanga aerodromes and the Aeronautical Meteorology Division located in Vilnius; they all provide services to aviation, i.e. civil aviation (en route and terminal services), aerodromes, military and police/customs aviation. The total costs of aeronautical services are allocated to products using a single apportionment key that reflects the relative efforts required to deliver them. Products are allocated to five different users, namely ANS en-route, ANS terminal, Aerodromes, Military and Interior (Custom and Police aircraft) users. Allocation to ANS en route and ANS terminal of MET products made available in accordance with ICAO Annex 3 complies with ICAO/IMO guidance on aeronautical MET costs. ANS, i.e. en route and terminal services made available to civil aviation, represent together some 64% of the costs of services to aviation (en-route services amounted to approximately 56%). Table 4 presents a summary of the 2013 aviation MET costs (in '000 LTL) with their allocation to en route, terminal and others. Table 4. Summary of aviation related costs in 2013, in thousand LTL Aviation Meteorology - Year 2013 Allocation to En route - Terminal and other I. Staff expenses (direct and indirect) II. Other operating expenses III. Depreciation fixed assets IV. Interest fixed assets Total direct operating expenses (I+II) Total direct costs (I+II+III+IV) V. Contribution to core costs Grand Total (I+II+III+IV+V) Total 100,00% 1250 396 754 0 1646 2400 434 2834 Route 55,50% 694 220 473 0 914 1387 241 1628 Terminal 8,60% 108 34 75 0 142 217 37 254 Other 35,90% 448 142 206 0 590 796 156 952

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Lithuania Year: 2013

The evolution of the LHMS en route costs during the period 2010-2017 ('000 LTL) is reported in table below. Table 5. En route costs 20102017 (including core contribution to core costs), in thousand LTL MET En route Staff expenses Other operating expenses Depreciation Interest Exceptional item Total 2010A 674 441 399 0 0 1.514 2011A 667 397 357 32 0 1.455 2012F 697 428 568 78 0 1.770 2013F 694 461 473 0 0 1.628 2014F 699 536 553 0 0 1.788 2015F 705 673 527 0 0 1.905 2016F 713 719 500 0 0 1.932 2017F 722 685 577 0 0 1.984

In 2010, LHMS had planned its en-route costs 2011 for LTL 1.572.000, while actual one amounted to LTL 1.455.000, thus received over-recovery of LTL 117.000. LHMS costs in 2013 will be reimbursed less by this amount of over-recovery through ON accounts.

8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n - 1;

ANSP SE Oro navigacija 2011 actual Table 6. 2011 SE Oro navigacija costs of en route services, in thousand Lt 2011 % forecast 2011 Detail by nature actual/forecast(2010 (2010 actual November) November) Staff expenses 37.100 36.081 97,3% Other operating 12.761 11.846 92,8% Depreciation 12.559 12.357 98,4% Interest 3.607 3.633 100,7% Exceptional item 1.085 66.027 65.002 Total 98,4% The differences between actual 2011 figures and figures provided on 1 November 2010 are very slight. Due to the savings in staff costs and depreciation in 2010 ON decided to add into exceptional costs the costs, which are related with application of IFRS (accrued vacation pay). ON was not doing these provisions because of economic crisis and decrease in traffic. The year of 2010 was the first year, when ON implemented provisions with respect to accrued vacation pay in application of IFRS. In order to avoid big amounts in costs, ON started apply them for the part of employees. The rest was made in 2011. After 2011 each year provisions with respect to accrued vacation pay in application of IFRS will be put into staff costs. ON applied 3% interest on equity (the same as planned) on the actual 2011 costs whereas the rate 5,397% was in the latest 2011 long term government bonds.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Lithuania Year: 2013

NSA actual costs 2011 Table 7. Deviation of actual NSA 2011 costs for en route services, in KLTL 2011 Forecast (NOV 10) 599 413 44 27 1083 2011 Actual 574 241 34 26 875

Detail by nature Staff Other operating costs Depreciation Interest Total

A-F -25 -172 -10 -1 -208

Actual/Forecast, % -4,2 -41,6 -22,7 -3,7 -19,2

The decrease of NSA actual en route costs was caused due to prolonged austerity measures implemented by the Government in 2009, when deep economic recession started. The actual CAA en route 2011 costs were less by 19,2%: kLTL 208 (kEUR 60,2). This over-recovery will be deducted from forecasted 2013 costs upon reimbursement through ON accounts. MET actual costs 2011 Table 8. Actual 2011 en route costs of Lithuanian Hydrometeorological Service (LHMS), in thousand LTL Detail by nature Staff Other operating costs Depreciation Cost of capital Total 2011 Frecast (2010 ovember) 693 398 409 72 1.572 2011 Actual 667 398 358 32 1.455 Difference AF -26 0 51 40 -117 Actual/Forecast,% -4 0 -12 -56 -7

LHMS actual staff costs decline (4%) compared to the planned costs resulted from the modernization of meteorological network, i. e. discontinuation of manned night-time observations, thus reducing allowances for employee salaries. Due to protracted procurement procedures, planned investment projects are delayed, and this has affected depreciation prices and reduced the actual costs of depreciation as well as the capital costs. Over-recovery of kLTL 117 (kEUR 33,9) will be deducted from forecasted 2013 costs upon reimbursement through ON accounts.

9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan.

ANSP SE Oro navigacija 2013-2017 The determined costs for 2012-2014 and preliminary costs for 2015-2017 forecasts are based on 2012-2016 business plan and draft 2013-2017 business plan.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Lithuania Year: 2013

Staff costs for 2013-2017 In 2013 forecasted staff costs constitute 59,5% of the total determined costs of en-route services. The increase in staff cost during the period of 2013-2017 is mainly related to the need for compensation of increase of inflation and especially prices of food, fuel, public utilities services and electricity. It is essential to notice that the part, which is linked to productivity and business plan targets being reached, is involved in 2013-2017 ON staff costs. In case when actual traffic does not reach the forecast, this part of staff costs will not be paid out. The SE Oro navigacija always is looking for optimization of staff, what is leading to the increase of staff productivity. Direct operating costs for 2013-2017 The determined direct operating costs forecast for 2013 constitute 18,5% of the total costs of en-route services. The forecasted decrease is 2,7%, compared to 2012. After the shocking increase in the price of electricity more than 30% during the year of 2010 and increase in maintenance costs, the period of 2013-2017 is forecasted to be stable. The main parts of operating costs are the civil liability insurance, equipment maintenance, electricity, personnel training, business travel expenses, flight inspection and lease of ATM security equipment. They make about 60% of determined direct operating costs of en-route services of 2013. Depreciation costs for 2013-2017 Big investment programs for 2008-2009 influence the depreciation costs in the period 2011-2017. In 2013 the forecasted depreciation costs constitute 16,9% of the total determined costs of en-route services.

20.000 11.334 10.000 4.467 5.839

9.200

0 2011 2012 2013 2014

Figure: Investments 2011-2014, in thousand Lt

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Lithuania Year: 2013


The following table provides detailed information of the SE Oro navigacija investment plans. Table 9. Investments breakdown, in KLTL Investments Navigational radio beacons (VOR/DME) (Palanga) Navigational radio beacons (DME) (Vilnius) ILS (Kaunas) Aerodrome air traffic control system ATCC equipment modernization (Kaunas) Replacement of ATCC equipment (Palanga) ATCC equipment modernization (Vilnius) Implementation of enterprise data exchange network A-SMGCS level II enhancement SAR equipment modernization Automated Assistance to Controller for Seamless Coordination, Transfer and Dialogue Simulator modernization Graphical visualization tools Contingency measures implementation Other Total 2011F 2012F 2.415 80 2.990 2.020 345 2.417 2.200 1.200 2.671 504 366 828 860 847 700 952 2013F 2014F

356 545 500

554 672 200 110 20 3.100

400 157 20

1.751 11.334

130 9.200

390 4.467

540 5.839

NSA CAA 2013-2014 NSA authorities made decision which was approved by the regulator to increase ANS division by 3 positions and in total by 10 in terms of the whole CAA (in order to close international auditing findings of understaffing and fulfilling all functions adequately), i.e. by 15% from 2012 onwards. 4 extra positions were designated by the Government in early 2012 (1 position into ANS division). It is expected that the rate of wages of civil servants will be reinstated into the level of pre-economic recession (in average by 15 pct), in line with the policy of new Government to be appointed in November-December 2012. Main investments foreseen for 2012-2014 are the installation of ventilation in the part of building, update of software, purchase of software consolidating civil aviation data base and the update of local IT delivery system. It was forecasted to invest 450 KLTL in 2012; 550 KLTL in 2013 and 400 KLTL in 2014. MET investment plan 2013-2017 LHMS investment needs for 2013-2017 are presented in the Table below (see next page).

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Lithuania Year: 2013


Table 10. LHMS planned investments for 2013-2017, in thousand LTL Investments SADIS procurement Forecaster workstation upgrade Instrumentation maintenance vehicle for Kaunas aerodrome Kaunas AWOS upgrade Windshear system instillation RETIM system upgrade TOTAL Implementation year 2013 2013 2014 2014-2016 2016-2017 2017 2013-2017 Funds, K LTL 220 500 60 2000 800 300 3880

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Lithuania Year: 2013

1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

No different en route charging zones.

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

SU forecast is based on Statfor forecast, base-line scenario and the Performance plan.

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs;

All exemptions are applied in full compliance with the adjusted Commission Regulation No 1794/2006 and Article 8 of the Conditions of Application. Updated application of exemptions was justified by the order of the Minister of Transport in February 2011. Costs of exempted flights are covered by the CAA (ref. Article 9 item 1(a, b, c)) and the Ministry of National Defense (ref. Article 9.1 (d)). National Air Force flights are exempt from ANS charges and reimbursed by the Ministry of National Defense. Military flights of foreign state aircraft are exempt from ANS charges on reciprocal exemption policy. All these charges are reimbursed by appropriations from the State budget.

4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist;

Income from other services is revenues from provision of radar information to Lithuanian military, revenues from selling of AIP and AIC, and other small revenues. Total amount in 2011 1261 KLTL.

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

Not applicable.

6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

The capacity of Lithuanian airspace is in line with ECIP plans. There are no capacity problems in Lithuania and no delays are generated. No problems are foreseen for Vilnius FIR during the coming 5 years: the measures planned will ensure that Vilnius FIR will have sufficient capacity to cope with traffic demand and realignment of traffic flows along shorter and/or cheaper routes.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Lithuania Year: 2013

For implementation of the Single European Sky concept and associated requirements Lithuania, in cooperation with Poland, is being performed a Feasibility Study, as well as, preparatory works for the implementation of the Functional Airspace Block. Moreover, the implementation of the defined quick wins has been started and will be accomplished according to the agreed quick wins implementation plan. In order to maintain the high level of safety and quality as well as cost-effectiveness of the provided air navigation services, the SE Oro navigacija improves the capability of ATC systems, communication, navigation and surveillance means. Besides, the SE Oro Navigacija is implementing all the related plans contained in European CIP and Local CIP.

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

Not applicable.

8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years;

The adjustment mechanism is applied in the traditional way (from n to (n+2)). Commission Regulation No 1794/2006 laying down a common charging scheme for air navigation services became applicable in full as from 1 January 2008. Spreading of under/over recoveries is an option and is applied only after the consultations with users. The details of the carry-overs from the year before RP1 are presented in the table below. Carry-over from
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Total 2.260 4.152 2.621 2.260 3.543 308 300 2.621 1.698 1.763 3.461 4.467 4.467

To 2009

To 2010

To 2011

To 2012

To 2013

To 2014

To RP2

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Lithuania Year: 2013


Below are provided the result of detailed calculation of the adjustment mechanism for 2010-2011 overrecoveries in 2013-2014:
Carry-over from
2010 2011 Total

To 2013
1.704 1.769 3.473

To 2014

To RP2

4.483 4.483

MALTA

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Malta Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 5.4 0.5 0.3 3.4 0.0 0.2 0.7 0.3 0.7 11.5 5.6 0.4 0.2 3.0 0.0 0.2 0.6 0.3 0.6 10.94 4.5% 3.5% 12.2% 7.8 0.7 0.4 4.7 0.0 0.4 0.0 0.4 0.7 15.10 38.0% 40.1% 58.2% 7.9 0.8 0.4 4.7 0.0 0.5 0.0 0.5 0.7 15.42 2.1% 0.8% 1.7% 7.9 0.8 0.4 4.8 0.0 0.6 0.0 0.5 0.7 15.64 1.4% 0.0% 1.6% 6.7 0.5 0.3 3.5 0.0 0.2 0.0 0.3 0.7 12.21 7.9 0.9 0.5 4.3 0.0 0.3 0.0 0.4 0.6 14.82 21.4% 17.3% 32.6% 4.2 5.2 1.6 0.5 0.0 11.5 3.8 5.5 1.1 0.5 0.0 10.94 4.5% 8.5% 5.8% 4.6 7.8 2.2 0.5 0.0 15.10 38.0% 19.7% 42.8% 5.1 7.6 2.1 0.6 0.0 15.42 2.1% 11.5% 2.6% 5.4 7.6 2.0 0.7 0.0 15.64 1.4% 5.8% 0.1% 3.9 6.9 0.9 0.5 0.0 12.21 5.3 7.7 1.3 0.5 0.0 14.82 21.4% 35.7% 11.9%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 7.6 5.7 13.9 12.9 10.8 5.3 6.5 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 2.7 4.7 4.0 3.0 1.0 4.6 2.0 10.3 10.4 21.3 20.8 18.2 9.9 8.5 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 4.7% 2.4% 2.7% 3.6% 5.1% 5.9% 3.6Returnonequity 4.8% 4.8% 4.8% 4.8% 4.8% 4.8% 4.8% 3.7Averageinterestondebts 5.3% 5.8% 5.5% 5.5% 5.5% 5.5% 5.5% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.0% 2.7% 2.3% 2.4% 4.2Priceindex(2) 102.0 104.8 107.2 109.7 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 11.2 10.4 14.1 14.0 Total%n/n1 7.0% 34.9% 0.3% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 11.5 10.9 15.1 15.4 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 11.5 10.9 15.1 15.4

2.4% 112.4 13.9 0.9%

2.0% 102.0 12.0

2.5% 102.5 14.5

15.6 0.0 15.6

12.2 0.0 12.2

14.8 0.0 14.8

(1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName Malta MATS ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

3.6 4.3 1.4 0.5 0.0 9.8

3.3 4.7 1.0 0.5 9.4 3.5% 9.4% 9.1%

4.3 7.0 2.2 0.5 13.9 48.0% 31.1% 49.8%

4.8 6.8 2.1 0.6 14.2 2.1% 12.2% 3.3%

5.1 6.8 2.0 0.7 14.4 1.5% 6.0% 0.2%

3.7 6.1 0.9 0.5 11.2

5.1 7.0 1.3 0.5 13.9 23.7% 37.2% 14.4%

5.4 0.5 0.3 3.4 0.0 0.2

5.6 0.4 0.2 3.0 0.2

7.8 0.7 0.4 4.7 0.4

7.9 0.8 0.4 4.7 0.5

7.9 0.8 0.4 4.8 0.6

6.7 0.5 0.3 3.5 0.2

7.9 0.9 0.5 4.3 0.3

9.8

9.4 3.5% 3.5% 12.2%

13.9 48.0% 40.1% 58.2%

14.2 2.1% 0.8% 1.7%

14.4 1.5% 0.0% 1.6%

11.2

13.9

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 7.6 5.7 13.9 12.9 10.8 5.3 6.5 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 2.7 4.7 4.0 3.0 1.0 4.6 2.0 10.3 10.4 9.9 9.9 9.8 9.9 8.5 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 4.7% 5.2% 5.8% 6.7% 3.6Returnonequity 4.8% 4.8% 4.8% 4.8% 4.8% 4.8% 4.8% 3.7Averageinterestondebts 5.3% 5.8% 5.5% 5.5% 5.5% 5.5% 5.5% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.0% 2.7% 2.3% 2.4% 4.2Priceindex(2) 102.0 104.8 107.2 109.7 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 9.6 9.0 13.0 13.0 Total%n/n1 6.0% 44.7% 0.3% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 9.8 9.4 13.9 14.2 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 9.8 9.4 13.9 14.2

2.4% 112.4 12.9 0.9%

2.0% 102.0 11.0

2.5% 102.5 13.5 23.1%

14.4 14.4

11.2 11.2

13.9 13.9

0.0 0.0

0.0 0.0

0.0 0.0

(1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METServiceprovidername Malta MET ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

0.4 0.1 0.2

0.3 0.1 0.1

0.7

0.6

0.7

0.6

0.7

0.6 19.8%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.0% 2.7% 4.2Priceindex(2) 102.0 104.8 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 0.7 0.6 Total%n/n1 22.0% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 0.7 0.6 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 0.7 0.6 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename StateNSA Malta Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts(inc.ECTL) 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

0.2 0.8

0.2 0.7

0.3 0.9

0.3 0.9

0.3 0.9

0.2 0.8

0.2 0.7

1.0

0.9 3.7% 18.6% 9.1%

1.1 24.3% 33.7% 21.4%

1.2 2.4% 1.5% 2.7%

1.2 1.1% 2.8% 0.4%

1.0

0.965

0.3 0.7 1.0

0.3 0.6 0.9 3.7%

0.4 0.7 1.1 24.3%

0.5 0.7 1.2 2.4%

0.5 0.7 1.2 1.1%

0.3 0.7 1.0

0.4 0.6 0.965

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 2.0% 2.7% 2.3% 2.4% 4.2Priceindex(2) 102.0 104.8 107.2 109.7 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 0.9 0.9 1.1 1.1 Total%n/n1 6.2% 21.5% 0.0% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 1.0 0.9 1.1 1.2 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 1.0 0.9 1.1 1.2

2.4% 112.4 1.1 1.3%

2.0% 102.0 1.0

2.5% 102.5

1.2 0.0 1.2

1.0 0.0 1.0

(1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:MALTA Consolidationallentities Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.0 11 25.73 21.65 1.77 2.31 25.73 0.0 10 20.59 17.73 1.16 1.83 20.59 0.0 15 27.72 25.60 0.00 2.11 27.72 0.0 19 31.50 29.49 0.00 2.00 31.50 0.0 19 30.88 28.92 0.00 1.96 30.88 1.7 1.5 1.1 1.2 1.2 9.8 9.4 13.9 14.2 14.4 0.415 0.487 0.506 0.506 0.545 0.588 0.607 11.5 2.0% 1.9% 10.9 2.5% 2.3% 15.1 2.3% 15.4 2.4% 15.6 2.4%

0.8 9.0

0.5 8.9

0.0 13.9

3.1 17.4

3.1 17.6

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

0.0 1.7

0.0 1.5

0.0 1.1

0.0 1.2

0.0 1.2

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:MALTA ANSPname:MALTAAIRTRAFFICSERVICESLTD. Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 9.8 9.4 13.9 14.2 14.4 0.4 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.6 0.6 9.8 2.0% 1.9% 9.4 2.4% 2.3% 13.9 2.3% 14.2 2.4% 14.4 2.4%

0.8 9.0

0.5 8.9

0.0 13.9

3.1 17.4

3.1 17.6

70% 70%

70% 70%

70% 70%

9.0 21.65

9 17.73

14 25.60

17 29.49

18 28.92

21.65

17.73

25.60

29.49

28.92

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:MALTA METServiceprovidername:Met Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 0.7 0.6 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.4 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.6 0.6 0.7 2.0% 1.9% 0.6 2.3% 0.0 2.3% 0.0 2.4% 0.0 2.4%

0.7

0.6

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.7 1.77

0.6 1.16

0.0 0.00

0.0 0.00

0.0 0.00

1.77

1.16

0.00

0.00

0.00

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename:MALTA StateNSA Periodofreference:20122014

Unitratecalculation

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

1.Determinedcostsinnominaltermsandinflationadjustment 1.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.Table1 1.2ActualinflationrateTable1 1.3ForecastinflationrateTable1 1.4Inflationadjustment(1):yearnamounttobecarriedover 2.Forecastandactualtotalserviceunits 2.1Forecasttotalserviceunits(performanceplan) 2.2Actualtotalserviceunits 2.3Actual/forecasttotalserviceunits(in%) 3.Costssubjecttotrafficrisksharing(ANSP) 3.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(reportedfromTable1) 3.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 3.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.4Trafficrisksharing:add.revenuecarriedovertoyearn 3.5Trafficrisksharing:revenueslossescarriedovertoyearn 3.6Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.7Bonusorpenaltyforperformance 3.8Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 3.9Totalforthecalculationofyeariunitrate 3.10Trafficrisksharing:add.rev.yearntobecarriedover 3.11Trafficrisksharing:revenuelossyearntobecarriedover Parametersfortrafficrisksharing 3.12%additionalrevenuereturnedtousersinyearn+2 3.13%lossofrevenuebornebyairspaceusers 4.Costsnotsubjecttotrafficrisksharing 4.1DeterminedcostsinnominaltermsVFRexcl.(Table1) 4.2Inflationadjustment:amountcarriedovertoyearn 4.3Traffic:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.4Uncontrollablecosts:amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.5Over()orunder(+)recoveries(2):amountscarriedovertoyearn 4.6Totalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.Otherrevenuesappliedunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.1Revenuesfromothersources 5.2Grandtotalforthecalculationofyearnunitrate 5.3Yearnunitrate(innationalcurrency) 5.4ANSPcomponentoftheunitrate 5.5METcomponentoftheunitrate 5.6NSAStatecomponentoftheunitrate 5.7Yearnunitratethatwouldhaveappliedwithoutotherrevenues 1.0 0.9 1.1 1.2 1.2 0.4 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.6 0.6 1.0 2.0% 1.9% 0.9 2.3% 1.1 2.3% 1.2 2.4% 1.2 2.4%

1.0

0.9

1.1

1.2

1.2

1.0 2.31

0.9 1.83

1.1 2.11

1.2 2.00

1.2 1.96

2.31

1.83

2.11

2.00

1.96

Costs,revenuesandotheramountsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Cumulatedimpactofyearlydifferencesbetweenactualandforecastinflationadjustmentofthetotaldeterminedcosts (2)Over/underrecoveriesincurreduptotheyearofentryintoforceofthedeterminedcostmethod

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Malta Year: 2013


1. Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones;

Malta has only one en-route charging zone. For 2013 MATS has retained the same cost allocation principles adopted in previous years. The various costs are allocated between enroute and terminal costs depending on the nature of the cost. Depreciation cost was allocated into the various services as can be seen in the table below: NBV Assets as at 31.12.11 ATM 4,368,297 NAV 1,659,276 SUR 445,050 COM 54,522 TOTAL 6,527,145

NBV Assets as at 31.12.11 En-route 5,310,509 81% Terminal 1,216,636 19% Total 6,527,145

Wages & salaries have been apportioned directly where applicable and in accordance to: (a) in the case of ATCOs - in relation to their ratings and (b) in the case of technical grades - in relation to the equipment maintained. Where the split was not as straight forward, and this related mainly to administrative and management wages and salaries and related expenses, the percentage of traffic movements according to flight hours for over-flyers and terminal was applied. Rent was apportioned in relation to the respective equipment being used on the site. Rent costs were apportioned between En-route and Terminal and between ATM, Communication, Navigation and Surveillance on the following criteria :

MATS Land Area - En-route + Non En-route En-route Area Station (Sq m) % Area Benghaisa station 30,872 100% 30,872 Gozo station + Heliport room 8,578 64% 5,490 Airfield sites 187 0% 0 Tower & ACC Luqa 36,176 92% 33,282 Dingli radar station 9,156 100% 9,156 COMCEN 1,435 100% 1,435 86,404 93% 80,235

Non En-route % 0% 36% 100% 8% 0% 0% 7% Area 0 3,088 187 2,894 0 0 6,169

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Malta Year: 2013

MATS Land Area - En-route Only Station Benghaisa station Gozo station + Heliport room Tower & ACC Luqa Dingli radar station COMCEN Service COM NAV ATM SUR COM Area (Sq m) 30,872 5,490 33,282 9,156 1,435 80,235 MET costs MET costs are NOT being provided since these services are provided by a third party. MATS is only providing the amount being paid for meteorological services as per contract. The provider of meteorological services to MATS, M.I.A., being a designated provider of meteorological services, is required to submit a separate reporting table. Other than that, the terms of contract with the provider remain unchanged. % of ER MATS Land Area 38% 7% 41% 11% 2% 100%

2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs); Malta Air Traffic services Limited The actual costs for 2011 when compared to the forecasted costs planned for 2011 show an increase of 46% as illustrated in the table below. MATS En-route Cost Base 2011 Planned Euro 000s 3.3 4.7 1.0 0.5 9.5 Staff costs The cost of wages and salaries has increased by 55% when compared to the planned costs because of two factors, namely, the planned costs for 2011 were over-prudent and too optimistic and secondly, because of the Libyan crisis the controllers were required to work a lot unforeseen of overtime. There were also some increases emanating from cost of living adjustments and also some payment of arrears due on collective agreements. 2011 Actual Euro 000s 5.1 7.0 1.3 0.5 13.9 2011 (A/P) % 55% 49% 30% 0 46%

Total Staff Costs Total Operating Costs Total Depreciation Costs Total Cost of Capital

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Malta Year: 2013


Operating costs Actual operating costs increased by 2.3m when compared to forecasted costs for 2011. This increase is not attributable to actual increases in operating expenses for 2011 but to the fact that the estimates for 2011 were over-prudent and too optimistic. When compared to the audited accounts for year ending 31st December 2010, most of the controllable operating expenses registered marginal reductions during 2011 and the increase in the Operating Costs for 2011 is mostly attributable to a 1.5m provision for bad debts that was not recognised in previous years and was accounted for in full in the financial year ending 31st December, 2011. Depreciation costs During 2011 MATS has made some 2.7million investments in fixed assets (mainly in the ATM system upgrade). The increase in the cost for depreciation is mainly attributable to this increased investment during 2011. Cost of Capital Cost of capital has remained stable and it has been calculated as shown in No 6.

3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

Depreciation commences when the depreciable assets are available for use and is charged to profit and loss so as to write off the cost, less any estimated residual value, over their estimated useful lives, using the straight-line method, on the following bases : Buildings Radar equipment Plant and machinery Motor vehicles Furniture, fixtures and other equipment No depreciation is charged on land. The depreciation method applied, the residual value and the useful life of assets are reviewed, and adjusted if appropriate, at the end of each reporting period. 4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity; 1.5% per annum 12.5% per annum 20% per annum 20% per annum 10 - 33.33% per annum

Cost of capital has been calculated following the example and method presented. The cost of capital for the years 2009 to 2014 has been calculated in the same way and all the figures have been extracted from the business plan. An example showing how the cost of capital for 2011 was derived is presented below:-

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Malta Year: 2013

Cost of Capital Calculation Yr 2011 Principal Amount Bank Loan Land Lease 9,183,879 4,145,954 13,329,833 Shareholder's Equity Share of Debt % 68.90% 31.10% 100.00% 70.72% Share of Capital % Effective Interest % 6.25% 5.10% 11.35% Weighted Interest % 4.31% 1.59% 5.89% 4.17% Weighted Cost of Capital %

5,518,625 18,848,458

29.28% 100.00%

4.80%

4.80%

1.41% 5.57%

Cost of Capital (En-route) = (average NBV Assets + average NCA) * (the weighted average of the interest rate on debts & of the return on equity)

510,400

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services;

Refer to answer to Q.1 before

6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration;

Not applicable

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Malta Year: 2013

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones;

Malta International Airport plc (MIA) is the designated provider of Met services in Malta in terms of Article 9 (1) of the service provision Regulation (EC 550/2004) and consequently subject to the common charging Regulation (EC 1794/2006) under its Article 1 (2). Hence the appearance of Reporting Table 1 MET. MIA is required through its MET Office to provide met data to Malta Air Traffic Services Ltd (MATS) under a 21-year contract that entered into force on 1 January 2002. The costs that used to be presented in Reporting Table 1 MET have now been included under the cost of MATS under Other Operating Costs, and represent the costs that MATS pays for the acquisition of Met data from MIA. These costs will be revised in 2013 taking into account the inflation rate less 0.50% in the preceding 5 years.

8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n - 1;

Wages and salaries: Planned increases in wages and salaries are mainly attributable to main increases attributable to obligatory adjustments arising from inflation and mandatory cost of living increases. Depreciation: During 2012 MATS is undergoing an investment of some 4.7 million in capital expenditure. This obviously brings about higher depreciation charges over the years. Other Expenses: The planned increase in capital expenditure will also bring about increases in ancillary charges as costs of insurance, repairs and maintenance costs. Costs of utilities are also planned to increase in line with general increases in international prices.

9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan;

As far as possible MATS has over the years tried to increase its efficiencies and improve its performance while reducing its costs in various areas and it has practically exhausted all the possible cost-containment measures that could be applied. This is reflected by the fact that over the years MATS has managed to charge one of the cheapest unit rates in Europe.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Malta Year: 2013

The current five-year planned costs are based on movement trends in the individual cost components after taking into consideration expected future developments. Cost allocation between en route and terminal services was done on a statistical basis. Depreciation is being apportioned in accordance to the actual use of the asset and its respective net book value as explained in our comment to information (1) above. Rent is again being apportioned in relation to the actual usage in accordance with the respective use of equipment on site. In the case of wages and salaries the cost of air traffic controllers is being apportioned in relation to their ratings while in the case of technical grades, as far as possible, these are being apportioned in relation to the equipment maintained. The cost of management and administrative staff was apportioned in accordance to flight hours of traffic movement for over-flyers and terminal. The costs of all other facilities and services that serve both en route and terminal are again being allocated in accordance to flight hours of traffic movement for over-flyers and terminal.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Malta Year: 2013

1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

There is only one en-route charging zone in the FIR of Malta.

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

The approved total service units in the Performance Plan for years 2013 and 2014 were used.

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs; Exemptions: These include those exemptions listed in Article 9.1 of Commission Regulation No 1794/2006. They also include VFR flights and customs and police flights. Flights by military aircraft of any State are also exempted. Financing: Charges related to exempted flights are reimbursed by the State.

4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist;

Not applicable

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

Not applicable

6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

MATS has no problems whatsoever in handling the projected demand. The huge increase in traffic experienced during March 2011 as a result of the evacuation operations in Libya proved that MATS personnel can handle professionally significant planned and unplanned increases in traffic. In fact, Maltas FIR can handle a lot more traffic than what is being worked out in the current circumstances.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Malta Year: 2013

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

Not applicable

8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years;

The same method as applied in previous years was used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years, i.e., over/under recovery of year n-1 is carried forward to year n. For the year 2011 MATS incurred a loss of 4.5 million on its en-route operations. MATS intends to recover this loss together with the prior year adjustment of 1.7 million over two years, n and n+1, by charging 3.1 million in each year.

Annex to Additional Information Charging zone: Malta Year: 2013

Civil Aviation Directorate (CAD) Transport Malta

Towards the end of 2009, Government moved through Parliament the Authority for Transport in Malta ACT, in order to set up a single authority to regulate transport by land, sea and air. This new Authority, Transport Malta (TM) took over the roles previously held by the Malta Maritime Authority, the ADT and the Department of Civil Aviation. Consequently, as from 1 January 2010, the ex-Department of Civil Aviation has been transformed into the Civil Aviation Directorate (CAD). Transport Malta falls under the responsibility of the Ministry for Infrastructure, Transport and Communications. CADs Sections Since the beginning of 2011, the CAD is going through a restructuring process and the Directorate has been split into 3 main areas: Director Generals Office, Air Transport Regulation Unit, Safety & Quality Unit and Finance and Administration Airworthiness, Flight Operations Inspectorate & Personnel Licensing Aerodrome & Air Navigation Unit

In order to put matters into their context, one needs to appreciate that the Civil Aviation Directorate, over a period of twelve years, has moved from being an operator/regulator, to having to shed the operational functions, to being absorbed within a much larger organisation. As with all aviation regulators around the world, their focus is safety. The Directorates Cost Base The CAD presents 2 cost functions: 1. Staff costs, and 2. Other Operating costs. During the year 2010 a consultancy agency had been contracted to carry out an exercise identifying the areas of concern including a risk assessment plan at the CAD. The report was finalised at the beginning of May 2011. The main areas requiring immediate attention are a change to new premises in close proximity to the airport and a solid recruitment program including a good succession plan which was planned to take 3 years but which has been revised to a 5 year plan in view of the difficulty in finding key personnel. Following this report, the CAD recruited 2 new employees (one in Personnel Licensing and another in administration) late in the year in 2011 whilst another five full-timers, two legal officers within the Air Transport Regulation Unit, two Flight Operations Inspectorates and a Safety and Quality officer within the Director Generals office were recruited in the first three quarters of 2012. In 2003, the CAD intends to have another 11 employees in place, three of which recruited internally and retrained. STAFF COSTS As at 31 December 2012, the CAD will have in place 30 FT employees, 3 persons on a service agreement and 1 consultant. During the year, four have retired; whilst a 5th is being transferred back to public service.

Annex to Additional Information Charging zone: Malta Year: 2013


Safety Management System The CAD needs to have a safety management system in place and a right step in this direction has been the recruitment of a Safety & Quality Officer in September 2012. The technical, the administrative and internal control processes and management leadership within the Directorate need to be continued being built. There is a need to develop a safety management system and draft all the processes and procedures required across the various functions and different lines of communication within and outside of the directorate. Full use should be made of technology and all services are to be put on-line. Staff Cost Calculation The staff cost calculation takes into account solely enroute costs for the CAD in addition to the costs for the CS Directorate and ICT Directorate of Transport Malta. The wage cost amount for the above CS and ICT directorates has been divided by 9 since the CAD is one of the nine directorates within TM. In addition, this value is further split into en-route and terminal. The ratio applied is that of 65:35 respectively based on traffic movements. The end wage cost result for 2012 amounts to 382,387 (31%) from a total CAD wage cost of 1,220,098. OTHER OPERATING COSTS Operational costs for 2012 amount to 125k and account for 21% of the CADs total cost of 582k. The Directorate envisages a 24% increase in the operating costs for 2013 over the year 2012, 19% of which are due to the rental cost of the new premises and new office expenses thereof. The table below illustrates the main operating costs that constitute 81% of the full en-route expenditure for 2012: Other Operating Costs Insurance Overseas travelling Training Professional & Consultancy fees Other 33,042 21,236 28,580 18,185 23,834 124,877 2012 (F) % 26% 17% 23% 15% 19% 100% 31,281 25,680 13,292 18,208 31,434 119,895 2011 (A) % 26% 21% 11% 15% 27% 100% 2012/2011 % 6% -17% 115% 0% -24% 4%

Change of Premises The CAD still operates from Government premises within the airside zone of the Maltas international airport as the contract for the new premises are in the final stages. The move into new premises is however planned early next year and this move should complement the new members of staff planned for recruitment. Moreover, these new premises shall serve well the image of the CAD and Transport Malta as a forward looking organisation seeking to develop aviation related activities in this country.

MOLDOVA

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities


Moldova

2013data

Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

38 18 13 25 0 95 16.8% 16.4% 39.3%

45 26 14 34 0 119 25.3% 17.1% 43.5%

50 27 13 25 0 115 3.4% 11.7% 2.9%

62 39 14 27 0 142 23.4% 24.2% 42.3%

78 43 16 12 0 149 5.3% 25.2% 10.9%

79 43 17 18 0 157 5.2% 1.6% 0.4%

79 44 17 22 0 162 3.5% 0.0% 3.3%

80 46 19 22 0 167 2.6% 1.3% 2.6%

80 46 19 22 0 167 0.5% 0.0% 1.9%

41 7 8 11 0 9 8 8 3 95 16.8% 9.6% 24.7%

50 10 10 12 1 10 11 10 5 119 25.3% 22.2% 28.9%

51 10 9 11 1 9 11 8 6 115 3.4% 1.3% 9.1%

65 12 14 13 1 10 11 10 6 142 23.4% 29.2% 29.0%

70 12 14 13 3 10 11 10 6 149 5.3% 7.0% 1.0%

72 13 14 14 3 12 12 11 6 157 5.2% 3.3% 5.8%

74 13 14 16 3 12 13 11 6 162 3.5% 3.0% 5.2%

77 13 15 16 3 12 13 11 7 167 2.6% 3.8% 1.5%

78 13 15 16 3 12 13 11 6 167 0.5% 1.6% 0.5%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 166 113 101 125 132 136 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.3Netcurrentassets 6 70 71 80 82 85 3.4Totalassetbase 172 183 171 205 214 221 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 14.6% 18.7% 14.7% 13.0% 5.8% 8.1% 3.6Returnonequity 14.6% 20.7% 14.7% 13.0% 5.8% 8.1% 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 0.0% 6.5% 7.9% 4.2PriceindexBase100in2010 100.0 107.9 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(2) 95 119 106 Total%n/n1 16.8% 25.3% 10.4% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 95 119 115 0 0 0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(3) 95 119 115

138 0 86 224 9.8% 9.8%

140 0 86 226 9.7% 9.7%

141 0 86 227 9.7% 9.7%

5.0% 113.3 125 17.5%

5.3% 119.3 125 0.0%

5.0% 125.3 125 0.2%

5.0% 131.5 124 1.5%

5.0% 138.1 121 2.3%

5.0% 145.0 115 4.3%

142 0 142

149 0 149

157 0 157

162 0 162

167 0 167

167 0 167

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000MLDServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Forecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcostsinnominaltermsactualinflation (2)Forecastactualcostsinrealtermsbase100in2010 (3)Forecastcosts(afterdeductionofVFRcosts)reportedatline1.1Table2(innominalterms)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName


Moldova ANSP

2013data

Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

38 15 13 25 91.562 16.8% 16.4% 45.8%

45 21 14 34 113.450 23.9% 17.1% 39.2%

50 22 13 25

62 32 14 27

78 37 16 12

79 37 17 18

79 38 17 22

80 39 19 22

80 40 19 22

109.327 135.393 143.055 150.704 156.000 160.000 161.000 3.6% 23.8% 5.7% 5.3% 3.5% 2.6% 0.6% 11.7% 24.2% 25.2% 1.6% 0.0% 1.3% 0.0% 3.1% 49.3% 13.7% 0.3% 3.5% 2.6% 2.6%

41 7 8 11 0 9 8 8 91.562 16.8% 9.6% 24.7%

50 10 10 12 1 10 11 10 113.450 23.9% 22.2% 28.9%

51 10 9 11 1 9 11 8

65 12 14 13 1 10 11 10

70 12 14 13 3 10 11 10

72 13 14 14 3 12 12 11

74 13 14 16 3 12 13 11

77 13 15 16 3 12 13 11

78 13 15 16 3 12 13 11

109.327 135.393 143.055 150.704 156.000 160.000 161.000 3.6% 23.8% 5.7% 5.3% 3.5% 2.6% 0.6% 1.3% 29.2% 7.0% 3.3% 3.0% 3.8% 1.6% 9.1% 29.0% 1.0% 5.8% 5.2% 1.5% 0.5%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 166 113 101 125 132 136 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 0 6 172 14.6% 14.6% 0 70 183 18.7% 20.7% 0 71 171 14.7% 14.7% 0 80 205 13.0% 13.0% 0 82 214 5.8% 5.8% 0 85 221 8.1% 8.1%

138 0 86 224 9.8% 9.8%

140 0 86 226 9.7% 9.7%

141 0 86 227 9.7% 9.7%

4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 0.0% 6.5% 7.9% 4.2PriceindexBase100in2010 100.0 107.9 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(2) 92 113 101 Total%n/n1 16.8% 23.9% 10.7% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 92 113 109 0 0 0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(3) 92 113 109

5.0% 113.3 120 17.9%

5.3% 119.3 120 0.3%

5.0% 125.3 120 0.3%

5.0% 131.5 119 1.4%

5.0% 138.1 116 2.3%

5.0% 145.0 111 4.2%

135 0 135

143 0 143

151 0 151

156 0 156

160 0 160

161 0 161

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000MLDServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Forecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcostsinnominaltermsactualinflation (2)Forecastactualcostsinrealtermsbase100in2010 (3)Forecastcosts(afterdeductionofVFRcosts)reportedatline1.1Table2(innominalterms)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METprovidername


Moldova MET

2013data

Costdetails

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 4.2PriceindexBase100in2010 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(2) Total%n/n1 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(3) Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000MLDServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Forecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcostsinnominaltermsactualinflation (2)Forecastactualcostsinrealtermsbase100in2010 (3)Forecastcosts(afterdeductionofVFRcosts)reportedatline1.1Table2(innominalterms)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename CAANSA


Moldova CAA-NSA

2013data

Costdetails 1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

2009A

2010A

2011A

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

3 16.3% 16.3%

5 62.9% 62.9%

6 2.0% 2.0%

6 15.2% 15.2%

6 3.1% 3.1%

6 1.0% 1.0%

6 2.3% 2.3%

7 2.2% 2.2%

6 1.7% 1.7%

3 3 16.3%

5 5 62.9%

6 6 2.0%

6 6 15.2%

6 6 3.1%

6 6 1.0%

6 6 2.3%

7 7 2.2%

6 6 1.7%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 0.0% 6.5% 7.9% 4.2PriceindexBase100in2010 100.0 107.9 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(2) 3 5 5 Total%n/n1 16.3% 62.9% 5.5% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 3 5 6 0 0 0 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(3) 3 5 6

5.0% 113.3 6 9.8%

5.3% 119.3 5 8.0%

5.0% 125.3 5 3.8%

5.0% 131.5 5 2.6%

5.0% 138.1 5 2.6%

5.0% 145.0 4 6.4%

6 0 6

6 0 6

6 0 6

6 0 6

7 0 7

6 0 6

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000MLDServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Forecastinflationusedforestablishingtheforecastcostsinnominaltermsactualinflation (2)Forecastactualcostsinrealtermsbase100in2010 (3)Forecastcosts(afterdeductionofVFRcosts)reportedatline1.1Table2(innominalterms)

Table2Unitratecalculation Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Unitratecalculation


Moldova

2013data

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

1.Calculationofthenationalunitrate(Finaldatauntil2012Preliminarydatafrom2013inMDL) 1.1Totalcostspriortoded.ofVFRcosts(1) 89 119 115 142 149 157 162 167 167 1.2CostsofexemptedVFRflighst(1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.3CostsofexemptedIFRflights 1.4Amountscarriedovertoyearn 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.5Incomefromothersources 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.6Chargeablecoststotal 90 119 115 142 149 157 162 167 167 %n/n1 26.1% 0.7% 15.2% 0.37 5.0% 5.1% 3.5% 2.6% 0.5% 1.7Totalserviceunits 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 1.8Chargeableserviceunits 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 1.9Unitratenat.currency1.6/1.8 682.89 652.28 590.00 652.49 685.38 707.20 718.8 724.27 715.68 %n/n1 3.9% 4.5% 9.5% 10.6% 5.0% 3.2% 1.6% 0.8% 1.2% 1.10Exchangerate(Septembern1) 14.28 16.37 15.93 15.93 15.90 15.90 15.90 15.90 15.90 1.11Basicnationalrateineuro 47.81 39.84 37.03 40.95 43.11 44.49 45.21 45.56 45.02 %n/n1 8.3% 16.7% 7.0% 10.6% 5.3% 3.2% 1.6% 0.8% 1.2% 2.Actual/forecastserviceunits(in'000000serviceunits) 2.1Totalserviceunits 0.139 %n/n1 20.4% 2.1Chargeableserviceunits 0.139 %n/n1 20.6%

0.181 30.7% 0.181 30.7%

0.195 7.4% 0.195 7.4%

0.218 11.9% 0.218 11.9%

0.218 0.0% 0.218 0.0%

0.222 1.8% 0.222 1.8%

0.226 1.8% 0.226 1.8%

0.230 1.8% 0.230 1.8%

0.234 1.7% 0.234 1.7%

3.Over()orunder(+)recoveriestobecarriedover('000000inMDL) Chargesbilledtousers 96 119 3.1Chargesbilledtousers Netactualcostschargeabletousers 3.2Totalcostspriorded.ofVFRcosts(2) 95 119 3.3CostofexemptedVFRflights(2) 0 0 3.4CostsofexemptedIFRflights 0.09 0.07 3.5Amountscarriedovertoyearn 0.95 0.03 3.6Incomefromothersources 0.00 0.00 3.7Chargeablecoststotal 96 119 Over()orunder(+)recovery 0.172 0.225 3.8Balancetobecarriedover 4.Carryoverofover()orunder(+)recoveries('000000inMDL) 4.1Balanceyear2003 4.2Balanceyear2004 0.275 4.3Balanceyear2005 0.713 4.4Balanceyear2006 0.193 4.5Balanceyear2007 0.953 0.953 4.6Balanceyear2008 0.035 0.035 4.7Balanceyear2009 0.172 4.8Balanceyear2010 0.225 4.9Balanceyear2011 0.126 4.10Balanceyear2012(3) 4.11Amountcarriedovertoyearn 0.953 0.035

115 115 0 0.06 0.172 0.00 115 0.126

142 142 0 0.07 0.225 0.00 142 0.000

149 149 0 0.07 0.126 0.00 149 0.000

157 157 0 0.07 0.00 0.00 157 0.000

162 162 0 0.07 0.00 0.00 162 0.000

167 167 0 0.07 0.00 0.00 167 0.000

167 167 0 0.07 0.00 0.00 167 0.000

0.172 0.225 0.126 0.172 0.225 0.126 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000

5.Unitcost(TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcosts/Totalserviceunitsinnationalcurrency) 683.6 655.4 589.9 650.6 684.8 5.1Totalcosts3.2/Serviceunits2.1 5.2ANSPcomponentoftheunitcost 659.4 625.2 561.2 621.1 656.2 5.3METcomponentoftheunitcost 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.4NSAStatecomponentoftheunitcost 24.2 30.1 28.6 29.5 28.6 %n/n1 3.1% 4.1% 10.0% 10.3% 5.3%

707.2 678.8 0.0 28.4 3.3%

718.8 690.3 0.0 28.5 1.6%

724.3 695.7 0.0 28.6 0.8%

715.7 688.0 0.0 27.7 1.2%

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000MLDServiceunitsin'000000 (1)TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsForecastcostsusedtocalculateunitratesforecastfromNarereportedfromTable1 (2)TotalcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsCostdatareportedfromTable1 (3)Estimatedbalancefor2012

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Moldova Year: 2013


1.Description of the methodology used for allocating costs of facilities or services between different air navigation services based on the list of facilities and services listed in the relevant ICAO Regional Air Navigation Plan, (Doc 7754) and a description of the methodology used for allocating those costs between different en route charging zones;

All costs of the enterprise are determined according to: - the national bookkeeping standards; - based on the Tax Code; - based on the techniques and methods, determined by the enterprise. All costs are covered by charges for providing of the air navigation services in FIR CHISINAU. Cost allocation between en-route and terminal services was done based on bookkeeping and statistical returns, according to the following criteria: -in accordance with the organizational structure; - based on the proportional use of means and services for en-route and terminal; - in proportion to the personnel.

2. Description of the costs incurred by the Contracting States (Other State costs);

The costs incurred by the contracting State are reported in a separate tab (Table 1 State) under the Other operating costs and consist exclusively of the contributions to EUROCONTROL. The data below summarizes these costs by year: 2011A - 5,580KMDL (343,969KEUR*2011 yearly actual average rate); 2012F 6,431KMDL (416KEUR*2011 September average rate); 2013F 6,231KMDL (392KEUR*2012 September average rate); 2014F 6,295KMDL (396KEUR*2012 September average rate); 2015F 6,438KMDL (405KEUR*2012 September average rate); 2016F 6,581KMDL (414KEUR*2012 September average rate); 2016F 6,470KMDL (407KEUR*2012 September average rate).

3. Description and explanation of the method adopted for the calculation of depreciation costs: historic costs or current costs. When current cost accounting is adopted, provision of comparable historic cost data;

Depreciation is recognised on a straight-line basis. Calculation of fixed assets depreciation starts with putting into operational use of such assets.

4. Justification for the cost of capital, including the components of the asset base, the possible adjustments to total assets and the return on equity;

For the calculation of the cost of capital for year 2013 was used the direct method taking into account the investment plans. The interest rate was calculated given the outstanding amount of the NBV assets which was taken from the accounting documents.

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Moldova Year: 2013

5. Definition of the criteria used to allocate costs between terminal and en route services;

Cost allocation between en-route and terminal services was done based on bookkeeping and statistical returns, according to the following criteria: - in accordance with the organizational structure; - based on the proportional use of means and services for en-route and terminal; - in proportion to the personnel.

6. Breakdown of the meteorological costs between direct costs and MET core costs defined as the costs of supporting meteorological facilities and services that also serve meteorological requirements in general. These include general analysis and forecasting, weather radar and satellite observations, surface and upper-air observation networks, meteorological communication systems, data-processing centres and supporting core research, training and administration;

MET costs 2013 Staff costs Operating costs Depreciation Cost of capital TOTAL:

MDL (000) 7 980 1 780 340 1 290 11 390

7. Description of the methodology used for allocating total MET costs and MET core costs to civil aviation and between en route charging zones;

MET costs are provided internally and are fully allocated to civil aviation in accordance with the ICAO guidance.

8. Description and explanation of the differences between planned and actual figures for year n - 1;

National actual en-route costs 2011 covered by income from its air navigation activity were calculated by types of services, according to Principles for Establishing the Cost-base for en Route Charges and the Calculation of the Unit Rates and came out as follows (in 000 national currency):

Additional Information Table-1 Charging zone: Moldova Year: 2013

2011F - ATM - Communications - Navigation - Surveillance - Search and rescue - Aeronautical information - Meteorological services - Supervision costs Total costs 45 530 7 520 8 274 10 354 1 000 8 920 9 012 8 128 98 738

2011A 5 054 9 671 8 872 11 186 1 149 9 027 10 736 8 132 109 327

% 11,0 28,6 7,2 8,0 14,9 1,2 19,1 0 10,7

At that, the general expenses covered by income from the air navigation activity included the following types of expenses: 2011F 2011A % - Staff - Other operational costs - Depreciation - Cost of capital Total costs 47 862 18 964 14 422 17 510 98 738 50 009 21 567 12 646 25 105 109 327 4,5 13,8 -12,3 43,4 10,7

Total costs 2011 Actual were increased by 10,7% against of 2011 Forecast.

9. Description and explanation of the five-year planned costs based on the business plan.

2012 forecast Data for November 2012 is kept. Traffic data is in line with the planned figure. Forecast by types of services and costs for 2013 The costs, covered by income from the air navigation activity for the year 2013 are determined in amount of 149287 thousand MDL. The Staff costs, as compared to the plan for 2012, will increase by 25.1%. It is planned to increase these costs taking into consideration increasing of number of ATCOs to 20 persons (their graduation of the Bucharest Civil Aviation School is expected in 2013). The amounts of the medical and social insurance are increased as well. The Operational costs were calculated based on the prices and rates for energy resources and other material expenses, expenditures for testing air navigation aids, maintenance and repair of equipment, calibration. These costs also include the insurance cost, training and recruitment costs for 10 additional ATCOs, compulsory medical examination. The operational costs will increase by 13.7% in comparison with year 2012. The Depreciation is determined in amount of 16235 thousand MDL taking into account new investments in equipment and systems. The Cost of capital. The figure for the CoC is determined in amount to 12428 thousand MDL and was decreased against June preliminary data by 72% due to revised investment plans.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Moldova Year: 2013

1. Description and rationale for the establishment of the different en route charging zones;

The Moldavian en-route rate calculated for the year 2013 amounts to MDL 685.38 that is higher with 5.1% in comparison with the unit-rate for year 2012. Moldova airspace is a single charging zone with a single unit rate.

2. Description and explanation on the calculation of the forecast chargeable service units;

The forecasted number of chargeable service units for calculation of unit rate for ANS for 2013 is 217900. The forecast of chargeable service units by MoldATSA was taken into account.

3. Description of the policy on exemptions and a description of the financing means to cover the related costs;

The following flights are exempted from the payment of en route charges: 1. 2. flights performed by aircraft of which the maximum take-off weight authorized is less than two (2) metric tons; flights performed exclusively for the transport, on official mission, of the reigning Monarch and his/her immediate family, Heads of State, Heads of Government, Government Ministers. In all cases, this must be substantiated by the appropriate status indicator or remark on the flight plan; search and rescue flights authorized by a competent body; military flights performed by military aircraft of the Republic of Moldova within the territory of Moldova; training flights performed exclusively for the purpose of obtaining a license, or a typerating in the case of cockpit flight crew, and where this is substantiated by an appropriate remark on the flight plan. Flights must be performed solely within this charging zone. Flights must not serve for the transport of passengers and/or cargo, not for positioning or ferrying of the aircraft; flights performed exclusively for the purpose of checking or testing equipment used or intended to be used as ground aids to air navigation, excluding positioning flights by the aircraft concerned; flights terminating at the aerodrome from which the aircraft has taken off and during which no intermediate landing has been made (circular flights); humanitarian flights authorized by the appropriate competent body. Exempted flights are not included in the cost base, in compliance with Eurocontrol Principles for the establishment of cost base for route charges and unit rate calculation.

3. 4. 5.

6.

7. 8.

4. Description of the income from other sources when they exist;

There are no other sources of income.

Additional Information Table-2 Charging zone: Moldova Year: 2013

5. Description and explanation of incentives applied on air navigation service providers and, in particular, the modalities to be applied in setting regulatory conditions on the level of unit rates. Description and explanation of the objectives in terms of performance and on the modalities to take them into account in the setting of maximum unit rates;

None.

6. Description of the plans of air navigation service providers in order to meet projected demand and performance objectives;

There are no capacity problems in Moldavian airspace and no delays are generated. For maintaining the high level of safety and quality of the provided air navigation services, the MoldATSA improves the capability of ATC systems, communication, surveillance and navigation means.

7. Description and explanation of incentives applied on users of en route services;

Presently we apply no incentive mechanism aimed at airspace users.

8. Description and explanation of the methodology used with respect to the recovery of the balance resulting from over or under recovery of previous years;

With respect to the adjustment mechanism we apply the method of carrying over the balance of year n-1 to the year n+1. Referring to the 2011 balance an under-recovery amount of 126 thousand MDL has been carried over in full to 2013 cost base.

THE NETHERLANDS

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename Consolidationallentities Netherlands Periodofreference:20122014

ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F*

DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1 126.4 3.9 3.9 2.6 0.0 2.1 8.0 1.0 16.1 164.0 124.5 4.6 4.0 3.0 0.0 1.8 7.9 1.4 14.6 161.8 1.4% 1.6% 12.8% 128.7 4.8 3.4 2.1 0.0 1.6 7.7 1.8 15.7 165.8 2.5% 3.4% 11.9% 131.2 4.8 3.5 2.1 0.0 1.6 7.5 1.8 15.8 168.3 1.5% 2.0% 1.0% 135.8 5.0 3.6 2.2 0.0 1.7 7.5 1.8 16.1 173.6 3.1% 3.5% 3.3% 147.0 4.7 3.4 2.1 0.0 1.5 8.2 0.9 15.9 183.7 122.1 5.6 4.5 2.6 0.0 1.7 7.5 1.4 14.5 160.0 12.9% 16.9% 24.6% 108.8 48.0 10.6 3.5 7.0 164.0 105.4 43.9 11.2 3.2 1.9 161.8 1.4% 3.2% 8.4% 106.4 46.3 10.2 2.9 0.0 165.8 2.5% 1.0% 5.4% 109.6 45.8 10.8 2.2 0.0 168.3 1.5% 3.0% 1.2% 113.6 46.6 11.3 2.2 0.0 173.6 3.1% 3.6% 1.9% 106.1 41.3 11.1 3.2 22.0 183.7 108.0 41.0 9.7 3.9 2.6 160.0 12.9% 1.8% 0.8%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 92.4 78.9 86.9 93.8 111.5 92.4 62.7 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 16.6 8.0 6.8 17.8 25.2 13.5 4.5 3.3Netcurrentassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.4Totalassetbase 75.8 86.9 93.7 111.6 136.6 78.9 67.2 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 4.6% 3.6% 3.1% 2.0% 1.6% 4.1% 5.7% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts 4.6% 3.6% 3.1% 2.0% 1.6% 4.1% 5.7% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.0% 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 101.0 103.0 105.1 107.2 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 162.4 157.2 157.9 157.2 Total%n/n1 3.2% 0.4% 0.4% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 164.0 161.8 165.8 168.3 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 163.6 161.4 165.4 167.9

2.0% 109.3 158.9 1.1%

0.9% 100.9 182.0

2.5% 103.4 155.3 14.7%

173.6 0.4 173.2

183.7 0.4 183.3

160.0 0.4 159.6

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename ANSPName Netherlands LVNL ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 79.0 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 24.3 1.3Depreciation 7.8 1.4Costofcapital 3.0 1.5Exceptionalitems 7.0 1.6Totalcosts 107.0 Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 93.6 2.2Communication 3.9 2.3Navigation 3.9 2.4Surveillance 2.6 2.5Searchandrescue 0.0 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.1 2.7Meteorologicalservices 0.0 2.8Supervisioncosts 1.0 2.9OtherStatecosts 0.0 2.10Totalcosts 107.0 Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

77.2 21.9 8.5 2.8 0.6 111.1 3.8% 2.2% 9.7%

76.6 22.2 7.4 2.5 108.7 2.1% 0.8% 1.3%

78.5 21.9 7.9 1.8 110.1 1.3% 2.4% 1.4%

81.1 22.3 8.3 1.8 113.6 3.2% 3.4% 2.0%

77.6 19.1 7.6 3.0 22.0 129.3

82.1 20.0 7.5 3.6 113.2 12.4% 5.8% 4.8%

98.7 3.5 4.0 3.0 0.0 1.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 111.1 3.8% 5.5% 1.6%

98.0 3.7 3.4 2.1 0.0 1.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 108.7 2.1% 0.8% 12.6%

99.2 3.7 3.5 2.1 0.0 1.6 0.0 0.0 0.0 110.1 1.3% 1.3% 1.0%

102.3 3.9 3.6 2.2 0.0 1.6 0.0 0.0 0.0 113.6 3.2% 3.2% 3.7%

117.8 3.6 3.4 2.1 0.0 1.5 0.0 0.9 0.0 129.3

100.0 4.4 4.5 2.6 0.0 1.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 113.2 12.4% 15.1% 26.5%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 78.9 62.3 68.2 73.5 89.2 78.9 62.3 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 16.6 5.9 5.3 15.7 25.2 16.6 4.5 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase 62.3 68.2 73.5 89.2 114.4 62.3 66.8 Costofcapital% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 4.8% 4.2% 3.4% 2.0% 1.6% 4.8% 5.4% 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts 4.8% 4.2% 3.4% 2.0% 1.6% 4.8% 5.4% Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.0% 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 101.0 102.9 105.0 107.1 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 106.0 107.9 103.6 102.8 Total%n/n1 1.7% 4.0% 0.7% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 107.0 111.1 108.7 110.1 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 106.6 110.6 108.3 109.6

2.0% 109.2 104.0 1.2%

0.9% 100.9 128.1

2.5% 103.4 109.5 14.6%

113.6 0.4 113.2

129.3 0.4 128.9

113.2 0.4 112.8

Costsandassetbaseitemsin'000000EuroServiceunitsin'000000 (1)Actual/forecastinflationusedforestablishingthedeterminedcostsinnominaltermsactual/revisedforecastinflation (2)Priceindexbase100inyearN3 (3)Determinedcosts(performanceplan)inrealtermsactual/revisedforecastcostsatN3prices (4)DeterminedcostsafterdeductionofVFRcostsactual/revisedforecastcosts *Forecastdatausedforthecalculationofthecorrespondingunitrates(i.e.November2009datafor2010F;November2010datafor2011F)

Table1TotalCosts Chargingzonename METServiceprovidername Netherlands KNMI ForecastCosts* Costdetails 2010F* 2011F* DeterminedCosts 2012 2013 2014 2010 2011 Periodofreference:20122014

Actualcosts 2012 2013 2014

1.Detailbynature(innominalterms) 1.1Staff 1.2Otheroperatingcosts 1.3Depreciation 1.4Costofcapital 1.5Exceptionalitems 1.6Totalcosts Total%n/n1 Staff%n/n1 Otherop.%n/n1 2.Detailbyservice(innominalterms) 2.1AirTrafficManagement 2.2Communication 2.3Navigation 2.4Surveillance 2.5Searchandrescue 2.6AeronauticalInformation 2.7Meteorologicalservices 2.8Supervisioncosts 2.9OtherStatecosts 2.10Totalcosts Total%n/n1 ATM%n/n1 CNS%n/n1

3.9 4.0 0.1 0.0 8.0

3.9 3.9 0.1 0.0 7.9 2.0% 1.1% 3.0%

3.8 3.8 0.1 0.0 7.7 2.1% 2.1% 2.1%

3.7 3.7 0.1 0.0 7.5 2.5% 2.6% 2.5%

3.7 3.7 0.1 0.0 7.5 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

4.3 3.8 0.1 0.0 8.2

3.8 3.7 0.1 0.0 7.5 8.2% 13.0% 3.0%

8.0

7.9

7.7

7.5

7.5

8.2

7.5

8.0

7.9 2.0%

7.7 2.1%

7.5 2.5%

7.5 0.0%

8.2

7.5 8.3%

3.Complementaryinformationonthecostofcapitalandonthecostofcommonprojects(innominalterms) Averageassetbase 3.1Netbookval.fixedassets 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 3.2Adjustmentstotalassets 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.3Netcurrentassets 3.4Totalassetbase 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 Costofcapital% 2.9% 4.3% 4.1% 3.9% 3.9% 3.4% 3.8% 3.5Costofcapitalpretaxrate 3.6Returnonequity 3.7Averageinterestondebts Costofcommonprojects 3.8CommonProject1 4.Complementaryinformationoninflationandontotalcostsinrealterms 4.1Inflation%(1) 1.0% 2.0% 2.0% 2.0% 4.2Priceindex(2) 101.0 103.0 105.1 107.2 4.3Totalcostsrealterms(3) 8.0 7.6 7.3 7.0 Total%n/n1 3.9% 4.0% 4.4% 5.DeductionofcostsallocatedtoexemptedVFRflights(innominalterms) 5.1Totalcosts 8.0 7.9 7.7 7.5 5.2CostsforexemptedVFRflights 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.3Totalcostsafterdeduction(4) 8.0 7.9 7.7 7.5

2.0% 109.3 6.9 2.0%

0.9% 100.9 8.1