In 1970, Stuart Tipton, then-president of the Air Transport Association of America (now Airlines for America), testified before Congress on the known aircraft emissions issue of the day—smoke. He detailed the voluntary program the U.S. airlines and manufacturers had undertaken to eliminate smoke emissions from aircraft “even though they represented a very small percentage of pollutants from all sources.” And even as he pledged that the industry would “virtually ...

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