Five US states, the District of Columbia and the City of New York filed a formal petition with the US Environmental Protection Agency yesterday calling for new rules to regulate emissions produced by commercial aircraft, a sign that US airlines could be thrust into the center of environmental politics much like their European counterparts. "Aviation is a large and rapidly growing source of greenhouse gases and the EPA should have taken action by now to curb these emissions," California ...

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