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German lawmakers backed an extensive revision of the country’s EEG clean-energy law to curb subsidies and slow gains in power prices that are the second-costliest in the European Union.   The legislation, which introduces limits on how much onshore wind and biomass capacity qualifies for the full subsidies and lowers…
The European Commission has released today a report on Member States' application of EU rules on airport charges — the fees airlines pay to airports for the use of runways and terminals. Airport charges are estimated to account for up to 10% of airlines' operating costs, which are ultimately paid…
Finnish airport services provider Finavia is set to increase the capacity of departure lobby and improve terminal services at Helsinki Airport, in a move to serve 20 million passengers by 2020. The improvements in the departure hall forms part of the company's €900m development programme.   The first phase of…
Indra has launched an airspace surveillance network in Ecuador that enables the civil aviation authority to shift from covering 30% of the country's airspace to more than 90%. As part of the new radar surveillance network, Indra has introduced five new MSSR mode-S radars, which adds to the two exiting…
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