Fixing Europe’s air traffic control (ATC) problems will be a test not only of the continent’s technical abilities, but its resolve to combat global warming, according to Europe’s airport trade association. Airports Council International Europe (ACI Europe) was reacting to the April 15 report by the “wise persons” group on Europe’s ATC shortcomings. The airport group noted that “the report takes stock of the failures of the Single European Sky (SES) ...

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