Issue 409/10 | 20 April 2015

Written by The Parliament Magazine on 20 April 2015 in Magazines
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Single European sky, Gibraltar, jobs, growth and investment.

EU transport commissioner Violeta Bulc gets our single European sky (SES) cover feature off to a flying start as she outlines the commission's plans to "transform the way the entire aviation sector, from providers to passengers, does and understands business". In this issue, Bulc reveals that the college is "developing an aviation strategy that will tackle all the major policy issues in this sector, including the future of the SES". And Europe must act urgently, because otherwise, "by 2035, 12 per cent of demand will not be met, meaning 120 million passengers will not be able to make their journeys", warns the Slovenian official.

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