Takeoff Limits From Climate Change Could Cost Airlines

High temperatures forced American Airlines to cancel regional jet flights from Phoenix in June, and more aircraft and airports could suffer takeoff-weight restrictions globally as temperatures rise because of climate change, a new report warns. Higher temperatures reduce air density, resulting in...

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