IATA Chief Suggests Traffic Threshold For European Slot Waivers

Amsterdam Schiphol Airport aircraft
Credit: Schiphol / Twitter
Outgoing IATA director general and CEO Alexandre de Juniac has indicated that further slot-rule waivers may no longer be needed once traffic stabilizes at 60-70% of 2019 levels. Under European rules, an airline has to use their slots 80% of the time, or risk losing them. However, in light of the...

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