Extraits de la conférence de presse d'Antonio Tajani, sur le paquet législatif "Ciel unique européen"
The European Commission adopted on 25 June 2008 the second package of legislation for a Single European Sky (SES II). These proposals aim to further improve safety, cut costs and reduce delays. That will in turn mean lower fuel consumption, so that airlines could save up to 16 million tons of CO2 emissions and cut their annual costs by between two and three billion Euros. This full reform of the European air traffic management system will be key to managing the doubling of traffic expected by 2020. Not only airline passengers, but also freight forwarders and military and private aviation will benefit. The package will create additional jobs in aviation. Meanwhile, the European manufacturing industry will gain from being at the forefront of innovation in air traffic management technology, thus giving it a competitive edge on global markets. PHOTOLISTE DES PLANSLINKLINK