The European Commission has referred Germany to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) for failing to regularly monitor all aviation security measures at some German airports. The Commission said that, on inspection, some security measures were not adequately monitored by the national authorities and that Germany did not comply with the minimum frequency and scope of controls required under EU legislation. It said these controls were “necessary to quickly detect and correct potential ...

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