High-level group recommends coordinatorto push stalling SES initiative
A panel of aviation leaders is calling for the European Union to name one person to oversee the sprawling Single European Sky initiative, which airline groups say would help address their complaints that SES is moving too slowly and lacks effective leadership. The panel urges strengthening the ability of the EU to “drive through change” in projects like SES, because the fragmented efforts of member states are proving to be a major bottleneck. A “senior figure” should be appointed as an ...
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