The UK could become the first country to require airlines to publish data that would let passengers choose between carriers based on carbon emissions and other environmental factors, according to the Financial Times. Under draft legislation, the UK Civil Aviation Authority would be given a new duty to publish, or force companies to publish, information that would “assist users of air transport to compare services and make more informed choices and inform the public about the ...

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