PANSA charges in Ryanair’s sights

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Europe’s largest LCC, Ryanair, has again set its sights on the issue of air traffic management fees (see also the NATS profile in this edition of ATM Monthly). In late Jul-08 the carrier delivered an attack against the Polish Air Polish Air Navigation Services Agency (PANSA). Ryanair has called on the Polish Government to intervene and reverse what it labelled “massive” ATM cost increases introduced by PANSA, despite the charges having already been in place for eight months.

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