Assn. of European Airlines expressed "strong disappointment" in the European Commission Transport Directorate's decision not to include a revision of the 1996 Ground Handling Directive as part of the Airport Package of planned regulatory measures governing airline-airport relationships. While main airports and trade organizations argue that they opened the market and lowered prices, Europe's major airlines believe the opposite. "Barriers to entry for would-be competitors in ground-handling ...

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