Keith Nuthall
AN END to the row over slot distribution in Milan's two international airports may be in sight, although European Commission officials have told Airports International that they are still waiting for details of an Italian government plan so that they can formally and finally settle the dispute.

Brussels has approved a new system that increases the number of flights into Milan's established Linate airport, which the Italian authorities has said should be boosted to 18 movements an hour, because of improvements in air traffic ...

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