Christophe Dussart is currently the Deputy Head of Unit of the team in charge of Aviation policy in the Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport, European Commission. The principal tasks of this department are to determine and formulate policies in the fields of airport policy, airport capacity and aviation infrastructure. In practice, it covers notably environment, ICAO, the air services regulation (1008/2008), CRS, insurance, but also airport charges, slot allocation and groundhandling at European airports.
Christophe Dussart joined the European Commission as a civil servant in 1995. From 1997 to 1997 he worked as a case handler in the Directorate General for Competition in Brussels. He instructed several antitrust proceedings against leading automotive companies, and worked in the field of EU legislation revision.
In 2006, he joined the Directorate General “Mobility and Transport” where he focused as a policy officer on different aviation-related matters such passenger rights and internal market, the application of Regulation 1008/2008 and the CRS Regulation.
Christophe Dussart graduated in political science from the University of Paris-Pantheon Sorbonne in France. He studied company law in Nanterre and holds an Intellectual Property Law Master’s degree from the University of Paris II- Pantheon Assas, France.