Failure To Agree On Fuel-Efficiency Metric Could Delay CO2 Standard

Credit: Airbus Concept
Efforts to establish the first carbon dioxide certification standard for aircraft are proving difficult, and the recent failure to agree on a metric for CO2 emissions risks delaying completion of the standard. Any delay will empower environmental groups already putting pressure on governments to...

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