The ‘Fit for 55’ policy package from the European Commission to curb gas house emissions from amongst others the airline industry has been met with mixed reactions. European stakeholders and lobby groups are strongly opposing the taxation of aviation fuel. They...
From 2026, airlines and other aircraft operators within the European Union will no longer benefit from free carbon emission allowances. They will have to pay for emissions, while at the same time allowances will be reduced annually by 4.2 percent. These measures are...
It is feasible but challenging for Europe’s aviation industry to reach net-zero carbon dioxide emissions by 2050, an independent study commissioned by five of Europe’s leading industry associations says. ‘Destination 2050’, released on February 11 and hailed as “a...
International long-haul air travel might take another three to four years before it returns to 2019 levels, IATA said in its latest briefing in Covid-19 on May 13. This is one and a half to two years later than domestic travel, which will see a rebound by mid-2022....
The European Regions Airlines Association (ERA) and seven stakeholder organizations are calling on European governments to provide immediate relief measures including direct or public cash injections, they said in a statement on April 3. The association of 58 regional...
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