European Union (EU) regulation has fostered air traffic management modernization, but EU funding of projects was largely unnecessary, and its management was affected by shortcomings, according to a report by the European Court of Auditors (ECA)—the body that oversees the region’s finances, published June 25. The ECA looked into how well the European Commission managed the deployment of SESAR, the Europe-wide program launched in 2005 to harmonize and modernize air traffic ...

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