While IATA welcomed the results of the Copenhagen summit, key airline leaders separately expressed concerns that the lack of consensus from political leaders at the conference means that the airline industry is entering a period of confusion, inefficiency and risk mitigation. "We are not getting political leadership on this issue [climate change] at a global level," Air New Zealand CEO Rob Fyfe said. "We are getting procrastination and lack of clarity. That creates cost ...

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