Some of Europe’s biggest carriers say “multiple crises can no longer be used as excuses to delay airspace reform” in the continent, according to industry body Airlines for Europe (A4E), which said airlines were left “on the hook” for €5.6bn in costs related to the “Covid crisis”. Chief executives of airlines and carrier groups have said “the time for excuses is over as traffic levels get closer to their pre-Covid 2019 peak”, meaning the need for a “seamless and digitalised airspace is more pressing than ever”. “In recent years there has been massive innovation and reform in various aspects of
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