The EU projects that the current 1.4 billion air travel passengers will double by 2030 and a report published on 25 November shows unfavourable results for Europe's air traffic management system. Many member states are not meeting critical 'traffic light' targets for 2012.
“There is a genuine risk that we will lag behind and find ourselves unable to satisfy the rising demands of air travel,” said Transport Commissioner Siim Kallas, who noted that 2012 was a “...
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