Etihad Airways A330-200. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. The China Air Transport Assn. and the Arab Air Carriers Organization reiterated their calls for the European Union to rethink plans to include aviation in its Emissions Trading Scheme starting next year. In line with its counterparts in the Americas—the US Air Transport Assn. and the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Assn.—CATA and AACO doubt the legality of applying the EU ETS to international aviation (ATW ...

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