With the change in leadership in the House of Representatives, it’s unlikely that U.S. business aviation operators will have to contend with a carbon emissions cap-and-trade program on this side of the Atlantic. However, those venturing across the North Atlantic will be forced to contend with the European Union’s Emissions Trading Scheme — paying for their CO2 emissions from point of origin. “In April 2008, we learned that the European Union was including aviation in its Emissions ...

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