WASHINGTON—Air traffic management (ATM) in Europe “remains fragmented” 13 years into the Single European Sky (SES) initiative, according to a European Court of Auditors report. Due to changes in air traffic patterns, some high-level goals of the effort have become partly unachievable or irrelevant, say the auditors, who recommend reviewing those goals. In a Nov. 30 report entitled Single European Sky: A Changed Culture But Not A Single Sky, the Luxembourg-based court, ...

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