European Airlines Slam Germany’s ATC Price-Hike Proposal

Europe’s airlines are fuming about Germany’s decision to increase charges for air traffic control (ATC) services by a staggering 16.6% from January 2015, arguing this price hike is completely at odds with the objective of the Single European Sky (SES), which aims to make ATC across the EU cheaper...

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