The German federal cabinet Wednesday adopted a legislative proposal paving the way for privatization of DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung, the German air traffic control authority. The action was welcomed by the Civil Air Navigation Services Organization, which stated that the decision "supports a more flexible European air traffic management system and should result in fewer air traffic delays, while airlines should also benefit from lower fuel consumption." According to CANSO, the privatization ...

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