A European Commission study of the EU’s slot regulations asserts that reviewing rules on allocating slots for landing and takeoff at the EU’s busiest airports could result in more than €5 billion ($7.14 billion) in economic benefits by 2025. The EC in the fall will present a policy package on airports, including a review of the current slot rules. "We have been concerned that the current system of allocating takeoff and landing slots at airports is inefficient, ...

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