EU’s top court rules regulation of Swiss flights under EU ETS is legal

Published 11:40 on December 21, 2016  /  Last updated at 11:40 on December 21, 2016  /  Aviation, EMEA, EU ETS, International, Switzerland  /  No Comments

The EU is not obligated to treat equally under its ETS flights between Switzerland and the bloc and those to and from countries outside of Europe, the bloc's top court ruled Wednesday, upholding the opinion of one of its advisors and ensuring Swiss aviation emissions stay regulated by the scheme.

The EU is not obligated to treat equally under its ETS flights between Switzerland and the bloc and those to and from countries outside of Europe, the bloc’s top court ruled Wednesday, upholding the opinion of one of its advisors and ensuring Swiss aviation emissions stay regulated by the scheme.

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