In an unusual step, a number of airlines including KLM, Transavia, Delta Air Lines, easyJet have announced summary proceedings against the Dutch government to prevent the introduction of a capacity cap at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport in November. The airlines, which are...
UPDATE Jan 5 – IATA is “extremely disappointed” that individual countries have introduced Covid tests for passengers arriving from China. The airline’s lobby group Director General, Willie Walsh, says this is a “knee-jerk reinstatement of measures that have...
UPDATE – Ahead of Monday’s meeting of the European Transport ministers in Brussels, lobby organization Airlines 4 Europe (A4E) and IATA are pushing member states to make clear decisions on the industry’s sustainability and environmental targets. This includes...
By amending the original proposal of the European Commission last Thursday, the European Parliament Transport committee has significantly upped ambitions to raise the level of sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs) until 2050. The EP voted to have a minimum of 85 percent...
During the Airlines 4 Europe Aviation Summit on March 31 in Brussels, the lobby group once again raised the topic of the Single European Sky (SES). And voiced its frustrations over the lack of progress that has been made on improving the efficiency of air traffic...
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