Pilots from nine European airlines have asked European Union (EU) transport ministers to carry out airspace reforms proposed by the European Commission. The pilots said they were urging governments “to seize the opportunity and move the Single European Sky (SES2+) legislation out of the holding pattern it has been stuck in for many years”. Implementing the proposals would be a “major step in creating a seamless European airspace” and “would enable pilots to fly the most efficient routes possible which will reduce the amount of fuel used in-flight, reduce delays and deliver a reduction of around 7% in CO2

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