European Commission adopted a proposal for a directive on aviation security charges that seeks to establish common principles for the levying of security charges at EU airports as well as the creation of an independent supervisory authority in each member state to ensure the correct application of the measures and mediate disagreements between airports and users. "We need to take steps to ensure the most cost-effective provision of security services," EC VP-Transport Antonio Tajani said. The ...

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