European Union (EU) transport ministers have agreed a general approach on proposed changes to the 1993 slot allocation rules that could make it legal for airlines to buy and sell slots. Proposals for freeing up the slot allocation market have been under discussion since the 1993 regulation was implemented. However, EU legislators have remained wary of throwing the doors open to either primary or secondary trading. Primary trading is defined and regulated by an authority; secondary ...

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