With European airlines still suffering from weak traffic, discussions between carriers and the European Union are intensifying to find remedies to cost burdens in what is expected to be a difficult winter season. The sense of urgency has increased as the early hopes that traffic would start to recover in the fall are fading. But talks with Brussels are complicated, not least because the top echelon at the European Commission (EC) is not yet fully reappointed following European ...

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