Reports filtering in from business aviation operators in the last few months warn of noticeable increases in handling charges, taxes and fees associated with intra-European operations. These combine with complaints of ``sticker shock'' from neophyte international operators making their first forays onto the Continent in a wave of business aviation activity driven by security concerns in the wake of the 2001 terrorist attacks. ``The amount of transatlantic traffic is increasing . . . so more ...

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