The latest in a long series of calls for improved air traffic management (ATM) in Europe has come from Airlines for Europe (A4E), whose 15 members account for 70% of the continent’s air travel. The CEOs of A4E’s members met in Brussels Nov. 6 and expressed exasperation. After a summer marked by “unacceptable delays,” they are urging the European Union (EU) to “take immediate action to remove European airspace inefficiencies.” Three other ...

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