Air Transport Assn. President and CEO James May, commenting on the NationalJournal.com Expert Blog site, stated that "an emissions trading program simply does not make sense for US aviation. Such a program would siphon away the very funds that the airlines need to continue to invest in new aircraft and other advances that are central to our strong environmental record. Instead of working against our efforts through punitive economic regulation, Congress should work in support of them." May ...

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