BRUSSELS —The European Commission (EC) is analyzing whether it should introduce a list of third-country airports that do not meet EU safety standards and are deemed unsafe to be used by EU airlines or airlines flying to the EU. “We are exploring the possibility. There is nothing concrete yet, but we are considering it and are brainstorming with stakeholders,” European Transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc told Aviation Daily at the recent Airport Investment Symposium ...


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