3. The use of revenues from line charges to finance joint projects; This page provides an overview of the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on (global) service units (TSUs) on the line and the expected revenue from line charges. It also contains an estimate of the revenue losses incurred by air navigation services and airspace users under the cost recovery regimes currently in place. (4) determine the unit of account in which the route charges are expressed; Support the updated conditions of application of the line pricing system and payment terms. Each Contracting Party shall have the right to request consultations with one or more other Parties with a view to the implementation or application of this Agreement. Unless otherwise agreed, such consultations shall begin as soon as possible and no later than sixty days after the date on which the other Party or Contracting Parties receive, through diplomatic or other appropriate means, a written request, including an explanation of the questions to be asked. Where the date of the consultations has been agreed, the requesting Party shall also notify all other Parties of the consultations and the matters to be dealt with. Either Party may participate, subject to the agreement of the Parties involved in the consultations. Following the consultations, all parties shall be informed of the results obtained. Article 218, para.
9 TFEU provides for decisions defining `the positions to be taken on behalf of the Union within a body established by an agreement where that body is required to adopt acts having legal effects, with the exception of acts supplementing or amending the institutional framework of the agreement`. In accordance with Article 3(2) of the Agreement, the enlarged Commission shall establish principles for the assessment of the costs of calculating air navigation charges and the conditions for the application and payment of such charges. The Annex shall form an integral part of this Agreement and, unless expressly provided otherwise, a reference to this Agreement shall also include a reference to the Annex thereto. The Multilateral Agreement on Line Charges (hereinafter`) 1 aims to establish a common system of line charges. In accordance with Article 1 of the Agreement, the States Parties have agreed to adopt a common policy with regard to charges for air navigation installations and services on the route, hereinafter referred to as `en route charges`, in the airspace of the flight information regions under their jurisdiction. Therefore, they agreed to set up a common system for the definition and collection of route charges and to use Eurocontrol`s services for this purpose. In accordance with Article 3 of the Agreement, the enlarged Commission of Eurocontrol is responsible for setting up the common system of line charges. On the date of entry into force of this Agreement between a Contracting Party and another Party, any bilateral air services agreement concluded between them on the date of entry into force shall be suspended and shall remain suspended for as long as this Agreement remains in force between them. . . .