Quantum advances in videoconferencing, combined with the desire of companies to reduce both travel budgets and environmental impact, are going to have a marked negative impact on future airline traffic growth but will improve CO2 emissions, according to a new report from New York-based Bernstein Research. The firm claims that "technical advances have moved the capability to an entirely new level over the last 18 months, so that it now has the potential to fundamentally impact business ...

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