Europe’s air traffic management (ATM) performance is deemed increasingly cost-efficient, but its structure is fraught with a risk of undercapacity, as recent growth in delays show. Eurocontrol, the organization in charge of ATM at European level, and some air traffic controllers’ unions insist the issue of staffing has yet to be resolved at a time when traffic is growing as predicted. Especially in France, where controllers are being singled out as a cause of problems, the ...

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