Opinion: Many EU-Funded Airports Are ‘Poor Value For Money’

Credit: Keith Gaskell
The latest Eurocontrol Challenges of Growth study warns of an impending airport capacity crunch. By 2035, nearly two million would-be flights—12% of total demand for travel—will never take place because of reduced airport expansion plans. That is equivalent to an estimated 120 million passengers...

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