The Association of European Airlines (AEA) has called proposed plans by Germany’s air navigation services provider Deutsche Flugsicherung (DFS) to increase user charges next year “unacceptable.” AEA said the new user charges—equating to €300 million ($409 million) annually from 2015—would make German airspace the most expensive in Europe. AEA said there was “deep outrage” in the European airline community over “this massive cost increase, ...

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