Air China 737-800. Courtesy, Boeing Four Chinese carriers—Air China (CA), China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines and Hainan Airlines—are planning to file a lawsuit against the European Union European Trading Scheme (EU ETS), scheduled to take effect Jan. 1. The carriers have support from the China Air Transport Assn. (CATA), which claims EU ETS would cost Chinese carriers CNY800 million ($123.6 million) annually. CATA said costs would keep rising as flights ...

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