The body representing European airports has hit back at suggestions from the continent’s five largest airlines that airport costs should be cut through regulation of airports’ monopoly status. Their argument was part of a response to the call by European Commission transport commissioner Violeta Bulc for input into a new aviation strategy for Europe. The CEOs from Air France-KLM, Lufthansa Group, International Airlines Group (IAG), easyJet and Ryanair met in Brussels June 16 to ...

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