Single European Sky II project will falter without greater stakeholder commitment and clear leadership from the European Commission, warns Jacek Krawczyk in an article published by Public Service Europe.
The European Economic and Social Committee has been highlighting, from the start, the need to implement SES as soon, as safely and as efficiently as possible. In its 2009 report on SES II, the EESC expressed regret at the absence of a high-level vision for the future of European aviation and called on all parties to commit to ambitious performance targets. Two years later, we are again taking up the issue. Our concerns are almost unchanged and still not enough has been done to let Europe's travelling citizens profit from the benefits of a more efficient co-ordination among the various air transport actors.
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