The European Commission claimed that "creation and evolution" of its public list of airlines banned from operating in the EU, updated 12 times since its March 2006 launch, has been a "success story from every angle." In a report to the European Parliament and European Council published yesterday, the Brussels-based executive body concluded that its blacklist, which initially was considered controversial, "is now regarded internationally as an effective tool in ensuring a high level of safety ...

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