Airline leaders presented the industry's proposals for reducing aviation's contribution to greenhouse gas emissions at a United Nations forum on climate change yesterday. The airline delegation, led by British Airways CEO Willie Walsh and SAS Group President and CEO Mats Jansson and including representatives from Air France KLM, Qatar Airways and IATA, was attending the UN Secretary General's Summit on Climate Change in New York. The goals, announced at the IATA AGM in June and now ...

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