US FAA and organizations representing airlines pushed back against aviation's inclusion in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme starting next year, arguing that it exceeds the EU's regulatory authority and will take money away from airlines that could instead be used to invest in new technology that could help lower carbon dioxide emissions (ATW, May 1). Speaking on Wednesday at ATW's 4th Annual Eco-Aviation conference in Arlington, Va., FAA Assistant Administrator-Policy, ...

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