The European Commission’s (EC) decision to suspend its Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) for flights into and out of the European Union (EU) for one year shifts the burden to the air transport industry to find commonality on controlling aircraft carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, IATA DG and CEO Tony Tyler said. Speaking Thursday at the opening session of the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Assn. (ALTA) Airline Leaders Forum in Panama City, Tyler reiterated the EC’s move ...

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