The European Parliament announced Friday that its members reached a compromise agreement with the Council Presidency on the inclusion of aviation, including airlines from outside the EU, in the body's emissions trading system beginning in 2012. The deal, which angered airline groups (ATWOnline, June 11), still requires the formal endorsement of the full Council and approval at the EP's July 9 plenary session in Strasbourg. It mandates that all flights, regardless of carrier, that originate ...

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