Air France KLM, British Airways, Cathay Pacific Airways, Virgin Atlantic Airways and UK airports operator BAA last month announced the formation of the Aviation Global Deal Group, which expressed its support for inclusion of CO2 emissions in a "new global climate deal" scheduled to be discussed at December's UN climate summit in Copenhagen. Meeting in Hong Kong on Feb. 12, AGD argued for a "fair and effective global policy solution" on aviation emissions, which were not included in the 1997 ...

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