Tyler Slams BRU Security, Lack of Progress In SES Project

Credit: Tony Tyler (IATA)
BRUSSELS—Tony Tyler, director general and CEO of the International Air Transport Association, again has condemned additional security measures at Brussels Airport (BRU), and said the progress of the Single European Sky (SES) project is “frustratingly slow.” Tyler delivered his criticism on the...

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