Analyst: Global airlines face $392 million in costs from EU ETS

02/16/2012 | Reuters

The European Union's emissions-trading scheme will cost global airlines up to $391.98 million this year, an analyst said. Trevor Sikorski, an analyst at Barclays Capital, said non-EU airlines will foot around 25% of the bill.

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