According to a new report from the European Court of Auditors, EU regulation has fostered air traffic management modernisation, but EU funding of projects was largely unnecessary and its management was affected by shortcomings.
In 2005, the EU launched a programme known as SESAR to harmonize and modernize air traffic management systems and procedures across Europe, which have traditionally been developed at a national level. Overall, the EU has committed €3.8 billion to SESAR between 2005 and 2...

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