The European Union’s council presidency and parliament negotiators have reached a provisional agreement on the reform of the Single European Sky (SES). The reform is set to improve the performance, organisation and management of European airspace. It also aims to provide air navigation services with increased capacity, lower costs and increase the system’s adaptability while also reducing environmental impact. “I am delighted with this result, concluded under our presidency, which will enable major progress to be made in reducing CO² emissions from the aviation sector, and will also give member states more tools to limit the nuisance generated by aeronautical

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