IATA Commits To Net-Zero Emissions By 2050

JetBlue aircraft on tarmac
IATA held its first in-person annual general assembly in more than two years in Boston, a major hub for JetBlue.
Credit: Joepriesaviation.net
BOSTON — In 2009, when the airline industry committed to cutting its carbon emissions in half by 2050, it was seen as a global front-runner. It was the first industry to commit to an ambitious target before others even acknowledged that there was a climate change problem. Since then, however, the...
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