Technology and air traffic management (ATM) reform, not new aviation taxes, are the keys to reducing commercial aviation emissions, according to European airline representatives. The airlines made their case at the Paris Air Show as European Union (EU) ministers prepare to meet June 20-21 in the Netherlands to discuss how carbon pricing and aviation taxes could reduce the environmental impact of air transportation. “The aviation industry has had robust environmental goals in place ...

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