BRUSSELS—EasyJet, throwing its weight behind the discussion on how to move the sputtering Single European Sky (SES) initiative forward, says a “full rethink” on the plan to reform the management of Europe’s airspace is necessary. Like other airspace users, Europe’s second-largest low-cost carrier (LCC) is frustrated by the slow progress in implementing the SES objectives. Reductions of air navigation charges have been lower than expected, performance targets ...

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