Turkish Airlines is one of AEA’s fastest growing members. Photo: Turkish Airlines 737-800. By: Rob Finlayson. Airspace closures following the "unprecedented" snow disruptions, the Icelandic volcanic eruption and labor strikes were among the notable incidents that slowed down recovery in the European airline industry in 2010, the Assn. of European Airlines said. AEA reiterated its call for regulators to "take a strong grip on infrastructure and ensure that weak ...

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