Air travel in Europe is expected to fully recover to pre-pandemic levels in 2025, Eurocontrol says in its forecast for 2023 to 2029. The air traffic management organization is seeing ‘vivid pent-up demand’ this year, but after 2025 it expects a slowdown due to...
European airlines are concerned that Europe is losing its advantage over the United States when it comes to the production of sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) and e-fuels, which are produced from green electricity and hydrogen. The concerns were voiced by airline...
Air travel in Europe recovered to 83 percent of 2019 levels by the end of last year or to 9.3 million flights. This is 3.1 million flights up on 2021, but still 1.9 million down on 2019, Eurocontrol says in its 2022 analysis paper. The organization sees further...
Just before the pandemic hit the industry in 2020, airline leaders were positive that Europe was about to have a much-needed round of consolidation. They agreed that there were way too many airlines, fighting for the same piece of cake. Covid has delayed this, but...
If the countries in the European Unie are unable to implement efficiency improvements in air traffic management with the Single European Sky (SES) program, then the alternative should be that air traffic management is liberalized. It’s then up to competition between...
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