Airlines to enter emissions trading scheme from next week

Will Nichols
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Carriers will have to buy permits for every tonne of CO2 emitted on flights into and out of EU airports

Airlines will have to start buying carbon credits to pay for carbon emitted during all flights into and out of Europe from next week, in a move that the EU hopes will cut the sector's environmental impact...

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