PARIS—The European Safety Agency (EASA) has proposed new standards for aircraft CO2 emissions to the European Commission, in a bid to encourage manufacturers to include the latest fuel-efficiency technologies in aircraft designs. In an “opinion” document submitted to the EU’s executive body, the EASA said it wanted newly designed aircraft types to meet a CO2 standard, starting Jan. 1, 2020. It also called for aircraft in production to meet a separate CO2 standard, ...

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