Europe's low-cost airlines fret over threat of environmental laws and bemoan the airport sector's lack of competition
The stellar growth of Europe's low-cost carriers is challenged on two fronts, claim senior airline executives. Airports management and environmental legislation are the two culprits. Andrew Harrison, EasyJet CEO, warns that these two "boundaries are closing in" on Europe's low-cost airlines. Unchallenged, the impact of the two could curtail further growth in the low-cost sector, he argues. Harrison maintains that while airlines need to do their share to protect the environment, the ...
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