'Destination 2050': European aviation players aim to chart pathway to net zero emissions

Cecilia Keating
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'Destination 2050': European aviation players aim to chart pathway to net zero emissions

Airlines, manufacturers, air traffic controllers, and airports claim that reducing net CO2 emissions to zero by 2050 from flights within and departing from the European Economic Area, Britain, and Switzerland is possible

Europe's largest aviation associations have published a roadmap for how the carbon-intensive industry could achieve carbon neutrality by mid-century, a vision that combines technological innovations, sustainable...

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