Airline fees for air traffic control (ATC) services will be cut dramatically under a plan finalized by Irish aviation regulators, and fees could be reduced even further thanks to a new initiative that will directly link service disruptions to price levels. Ireland’s Commission for Aviation Regulation has issued a final rule requiring the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) to cut 40% from terminal ATC price caps over a four-year period. Such a drastic reduction is unusual among European ATC ...

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