Singapore, Hong Kong threaten to retaliate over European Union’s tougher airport slot rules

Regulators in Asian hubs like Singapore and Hong Kong have threatened to retaliate against European Union plans to force airlines to start using take-off and landing slots frozen during the coronavirus pandemic, a move that could oblige Europe’s carriers to fly empty seats for thousands of miles at a loss.Authorities controlling slots at major Asian airports are ready to slap similar “use it or lose it” conditions on European carriers flying to the region’s cities – raising the prospect of an…

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