Creating a Single European Sky was never going to be easy. Not with 27 European Union states involved.
It’s a dogfight in the European skies as intense as any over the Western Front in 1917. The weapons are words rather than machine guns, but the battle to make European air traffic control more efficient by bringing the Single European Sky (SES) program to fruition rumbles on, with few signs of reaching a conclusion. Airlines blame the air navigation service providers (ANSPs). The ANSPs retort that the carriers have no idea of the effort needed to find agreement between nations. ...
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