US airline industry may be much closer to achieving carbon neutral growth than is widely assumed, according to FAA Assistant Administrator for Aviation Policy, Planning and Environment Dan Elwell. Speaking to reporters in Washington yesterday, Elwell noted that the agency expects US traffic to grow at an average annual rate of around 4%, although short-term growth may be below that owing to the recent failures of three airlines that accounted for around 1% of system capacity as well as ...

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