Lufthansa said Friday that closing much of Europe's airspace for six days in April "caused unprecedented chaos" and "utter pandemonium" that must be avoided in the future, stating that airspace closure decisions need to be based on "reliable measuring data and internationally coordinated threshold levels." In a "Policy Brief" distributed to reporters, investors and policy-makers, the German airline company asserted that "air traffic ...

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