The China Air Transport Assn. (CATA) has welcomed the European Union’s (EU) decision to suspend its Emissions Trading System (ETS) for flights into and out of Europe for one year to allow time for ICAO to finalize a global scheme (ATW Daily News, Nov. 12). CATA deputy secretary general Chai Haibo called the decision a “sensible choice.”  “EU’s ETS development showed that it started to move from unilateral action to a global solution through ICAO’s ...

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