U.S. Airlines Could Profit From EU Emissions Decision

Credit: American Airlines
U.S. carriers could harvest a windfall profit from unused carbon allowances now that the European Union has “stopped the clock” on applying the emissions trading system (ETS) to international aviation. When the ETS went into effect, airlines were granted free allowances that, given the rules of the...

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