Major European airline leaders warned the European Union (EU) Thursday to put its house in order if the continent's carriers can help stimulate growth in the recession-battered region. The CEOs of 34 Assn. of European Airlines (AEA) carriers delivered their message to European Commission VP-Transport Siim Kallas at the AEA Presidents' Assembly in the Belgian capital. "Europe's political leaders need to get serious about the growth agenda and provide fertile soil for ...

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