ATA CEO addresses emissions trading plan in Brussels

10/31/2008 | AviationToday.com

Speaking before a meeting of the European Aviation Club in Brussels, Air Transport Association president and CEO James May offered a critique of the emissions trading scheme passed by the EU on Oct. 24. May urged regulators to recognize the connection between energy and environmental issues, noting that environmental policies that siphon off earnings prevent airlines from investing in more efficient equipment.

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