Europe’s grand air traffic management project may finally be coming together as years of research translate into action. Strategic changes such as assessing navigation charges to flights as a whole rather than a series of discrete phases have also encouraged airlines. Operationally, however, European airspace is still defined by a tangle of national borders laid down largely before the invention of the airplane. The European Union (EU) is beset by threats to its cohesion, perhaps more ...

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