Airlines for Europe (A4E) has again complained to Europe’s air navigation service providers (ANSPs) about escalating air traffic control delays. The lobbying group said poor planning of air traffic control (ATC) resources, together with capacity constraints, resulted in 2 million minutes of delays in July—up 12% on the figure for 2016 and 35% greater than in 2015. The Civil Air Navigation Services Organization (CANSO), which represents ANSPs, said July had been a blip on an ...

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