The European Commission has detailed how it plans to implement its aviation strategy, fleshing out plans for competition regulation, ownership and control, mitigation of air traffic control (ATC) strikes, and public service obligation (PSO) routes. In 2015, the Commission adopted the “Aviation Strategy for Europe.” Two priorities of this strategy were to maintain international aviation leadership and to tackle barriers to growth. On June 8, the Commission issued a ...

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