Preconditioned air at Sea-Tac lowers costs, emissions

08/26/2013 | Seattle Times, The

Instead of using a plane's auxiliary-power engine or a diesel generator, jets at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport are using preconditioned air while they're on the tarmac. The air comes from a network that heats or cools it in the airport, then pumps the air onto the planes. The technology can save money and reduce greenhouse-gas emissions.

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