The U.S. Air Transport Association (ATA) finally got its day in court in the battle over the EU's plan to regulate the greenhouse gas emissions of non-EU aircraft flying into and out of Europe. But a final verdict to resolve the situation may not be in hand before airlines become subject to the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) at the beginning of next year. At issue in the suit is the EU's requirement that all operators flying within the EU, as well as into and out of the region, be ...


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