IATA DG Alexandre de Juniac and Airports Council International (ACI) DG Angela Gittens see potential for independent oversight of airport charge disputes and for airports to have greater involvement in slot allocations. Speaking at the ACI Europe and World General Assembly in Brussels on June 20, de Juniac and Gittens agreed that regulation “infantilizes” both airports and airlines. But despite this regulatory safeguard, de Juniac argued that Europe’s largest airports ...

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