The European Low Fares Airline Assn. complained that a new European Commission directive on airport charges will place additional regulatory burdens on airlines and airports at a time of "unprecedented industry crisis" coupled with a global economic recession. The proposed directive establishes principles for the levying of airport charges that calls for transparency, nondiscrimination in pricing, setting quality standards and requiring airports to consult with airlines. It also would ...

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