IATA DG and CEO Alexandre de Juniac said European aviation is “beset with burdensome regulations,” and argued that a “spirit of change” is needed to improve the competitiveness of European airlines. His remarks came during a Nov. 13 keynote speech at IATA’s Wings of Change Europe conference in Madrid. De Juniac singled out the Airport Charges Directive and the EU 261 passenger rights legislation as examples of regulatory overreach stifling growth in European ...

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