The creation and evolution of a blacklist of airlines banned from operating in the EU has been “a success story from every angle,” according to the European Commission. In a January report to the European Parliament and European Council, the commission says its blacklist, already updated 12 times since its controversial launch in March 2006, “is now regarded internationally as an effective tool in ensuring a high level of safety to the benefit of the travelling public by the enforcement ...

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