European airlines have lined up to criticize the European Union's (EU) controversial Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), warning once again that imposing it on non-EU nations and carriers risks a trade war (ATW Daily News, May 25). The ETS is levied on all flights landing at or departing from EU airports—even if much of a sector's mileage is racked up outside EU airspace. Speaking after the Assn. of European Airlines' (AEA) Presidents' Assembly in Brussels, several ...

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