With the Single European Sky (SES) initiative now into its tenth year “and still not delivering,” European Commission VP-Transport Siim Kallas is talking tough with EU member states, saying they “need to be made accountable if they do not meet their targets.”  Addressing the Single European Sky: time for action conference in Cyprus, Kallas said Europe’s air traffic control system was still “far too expensive” and hampered by “a high ...

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