A delay in setting a fuel-efficiency metric to measure aircraft CO2 emissions could open the door for environmental groups to push for stricter standards. An International Civil Aviation Organization working group has sent rival metric proposals to a steering group that meets in September, and is now targeting 2015 instead of 2013 as the date for completing a standard. Unanswered questions include whether fuel consumption should be measured across the entire flight or just in the cruise ...
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