ICAO's agreement on green house gas emissions reached earlier this month and the planned inclusion of airlines in the EU's Emissions Trading Scheme in 2012 (ATW Daily News, Oct. 12) have caused CAAC to consider using carbon dioxide emissions data when deciding whether to approve future routes, according to an industry source. The source noted the regulator plans to set up a system to check and monitor Chinese carriers' CO2 emissions. "Those who can't meet the ...

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