An aviation lawyer has branded Schiphol’s slot legislation “illegal” and “anti-competitive”, claiming the Dutch gateway is artificially restricting capacity.
Partner at Croon Callaghan Aviation Consulting LLP Jochem Croon told The Loadstar the current annual 500,000-flight movements cap stemmed from the Alders Agreement – which he claims lacks any legal basis – in 2008.
That agreement, said Mr Croon, was developed not by any legislative body or independent authority, but the aviation sector, Schiphol and its …
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Source: The Loadstar