Updated rules on air navigation services giving national regulators more independence and industry more say in designing more efficient airspace navigation were overwhelmingly backed by the transport and tourism committee in a vote on the Single European Sky II+ package on Thursday. National aviation authorities must be independent from the air navigation service providers they are overseeing, say transport MEPs. They also want EU member countries to encourage cooperation between national aviation authorities in order to coordinate airspace management more closely across Europe and make air traffic control less fragmented. They point out that the national authorities need adequate resources

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