INDUSTRY SAYS IMPROVED TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT KEY TO AIRCRAFT EMISSIONS CUTS

BY DANIEL PRUZIN, in Geneva

IMPROVING air traffic management, particularly in Europe, is the key to ensuring further near-term reductions in harmful greenhouse gas emissions around airports, top executives from the industry argued during a recent two-day conference on aviation environmentalism in Geneva.

Underlining the case, the world's biggest manufacturers of passenger jets announced on April 22 at 3rd Aviation & Environment Summit they would work together to pressure governments into modernising their air traffic management ...


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