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ANSP's response to SES targets disapoints IATA.

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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) yesterday stated its disappointment that Europe's air navigation service providers (ANSP) has labeled the proposed Single European Sky (SES) performance targets for 2010-2014 as unrealistic.

In the statement, issued through the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO), IATA said that the ANSPs has complained about the SES objective of a 50% cut in air traffic management costs by 2020.

The targets are for a more competitive European air transport sector, which IATA says is needed after the April volcanic ash situation which showed that Europe's air traffic management was a mess.

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Title Annotation:International Air Transport Association; Single European Sky; air navigation service providers
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Date:Oct 14, 2010
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