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Joost Van Doesburg, policy advisor, European Shippers Council, answers:
"I DO not think Single European Skies [SES] will be achieved in the next few years.
"I am not really sure why the DFS has made this decision. I share the AEA’s disappointment.
"What will airlines do when it becomes too expensive to fly over Germany? They will fly around it.
"We should work together on SES. We [in Europe] should not compete
with each other on this matter . ."
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