The number of European flight delays fell in July, during the peak holiday season, new data released by Eurocontrol shows.  Airlines have been bracing for another difficult summer after a combination of air traffic control strikes, staffing shortages, bad weather and structural issues in Europe’s air traffic management (ATM) system led to widespread delays and disruptions in 2018.  The European ATM organization said total network traffic rose 0.9% year-over-year in July to ...

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