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Lewis Crofts of Mlex explores the hope of airlines to retain access to Europe’s single aviation market and considers the Norwegian option in the event of a Brexit.
Issue 2 2011 • 11 April 2011 • Guenter Martis, Director European Affairs, CANSO
The agreement of European Union Member States on the Single European Sky (SES) marked a political solution to an inefficient and expensive European Air Transport System. Officially launched in March 2004, SES aims towards ambitious goals: cutting the cost of flying by half, decreasing by 10% the environmental impact of aviation, and enabling a three-fold increase in capacity, all the while further improving the already high safety record of European airspace...