Government officials and aviation industry executives have proposed a series of measures to end massive flight delays that plagued air traffic in Germany this summer. “A situation like this summer should not be repeated. I will not accept it again for such an accumulation of technical problems, delays and security check problems,” German Minster of Transportation Andreas Scheuer said at an aviation summit in Hamburg Oct. 5. Lufthansa Group chairman & CEO Carsten Spohr, who ...

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