Question asked by Sergio Paolo Francesco Silvestris (PPE)
Subject: European airports falling in the global rankings
One of the leading online travel agencies in Europe has drawn up a list of the world's best airports, based on the views of thousands of travellers. Asian airports are at the top of the rankings, led by Narita Airport in Tokyo, followed by Changi (Singapore) and Suvarnabhumi (Bangkok). Overall, four of the top six airports are Asian and five of the top ten European. The best European airport is Fuhlsbüttel in Hamburg.
No fewer than five European airports are ranked among the ten worst, with the main issues being the long queues to pass through security and collect baggage, the lack of a metro and the excessive taxi charges.
In light of this, which measures does the Commission intend to adopt to promote a high level of quality of service in European airports?
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