The head of the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) says the long-running Single European Sky initiative, as it is currently configured, will do little to improve airspace efficiency. Ideally, the European Commission should claim authority over the continent’s airspace and redesign it from scratch, says IAA Chief Executive Eamonn Brennan at the World ATM Congress last week in Madrid. “Europeanizing” the airspace in this manner is the only way to achieve real reform, he says. Air traffic ...
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