IATA: “Irresponsible” Rise in Spanish Airport Charges Will Damage Economic Recovery and Jobs

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has warned that proposals by AENA to increase user charges at the 46 airports it operates across Spain could damage Spain’s economic and employment recovery from COVID-19. The proposals presented to the DGAC for approval include a request to increase charges by 5.5% over five years. They would also open the door for AENA to recover its lost revenues due to the COVID-19 crisis, for services which were never operated, or which airlines couldn’t access. “The whole aviation industry is in crisis. Everybody needs to reduce costs and improve efficiency to repair the financial

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