EasyJet (U2) CEO Carolyn McCall has lashed out at high airport charges and highlighted ground services as a hot spot for passenger complaints.
EasyJet (U2) CEO Carolyn McCall has lashed out at high airport charges and highlighted ground services as a hot spot for passenger complaints. Addressing the European Aviation Club in Brussels, McCall singled out Italy, the Netherlands and Spain as the worst offenders for high airport fees. She noted Spain has doubled its fees over the last two years (ATW Daily News, July 30) and further increases are on the horizon as airports operator AENA prepares for ...
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