The European Parliament approved several amendments to the European Commission's draft directive on aviation security charges and decided that measures that are not listed as standard EU aviation security techniques, such as body-scanning machines, should be paid for by member states rather than airlines or passengers. MEPs, however, validated the EC's proposal that member states remain free to decide how to share the costs of the measures covered by existing EU legislation, such ...

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