The EU Council has agreed its position on the reform of the Single European Sky – initiative first proposed in 1999 to improve the performance of air traffic management and air navigation services through better integration of European airspace. The aim of the reform remains to improve European airspace management and the air navigation services system in order to increase capacity, improve cost-efficiency and increase the system’s ability to adapt to variations in traffic, while also trying to reduce aviation’s CO₂ footprint. The package consists of an amended proposal for the recast of the Single European Sky regulation (SES 2+) and

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