European air traffic management organization Eurocontrol has appointed the CEO of the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA), Eamonn Brennan, as its new director-general. Brennan, who was nominated by the Irish government for the post, will take over from Frank Brenner, whose term of office ends on Dec. 31 2017. The 41-nation Eurocontrol’s duties include creating the Single European Sky (SES) system, designed to smooth the flow of air traffic throughout the continent by doing away with many ...

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