A passenger bill of rights may sound good to U.S. consumers, but Europe's politicians may not want passengers to know the truth about flight delays caused by poorly operated air traffic control systems and national interests, said Mike Ambrose, director general of the European Regional Airline Association (ERA). In a recent editorial, Ambrose noted that politicians would not be happy if airlines announced departure delays caused by "failures in the political system" because Europe's ...
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