Increasing frustration at the lack of progress in reorganizing European airspace has led airlines to call for the effort to be refocused on more ambitious changes. The International Air Transport Association (IATA)—echoing many other stakeholders—says the initiative to consolidate Europe’s patchwork of national airspace territories into so-called functional airspace blocks (FABs) has failed to produce the efficiency gains that were intended. This view is hardly new, but IATA has upped ...

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