Low-cost EU airlines see flight emissions take off in July

Published 23:14 on August 8, 2019  /  Last updated at 23:14 on August 8, 2019  /  Aviation, EMEA, EU ETS, International  /  No Comments

Carbon emissions from two of Europe’s biggest low-cost airlines rose considerably in July, putting both on track to record higher CO2 output and face costlier EU ETS bills this year.

Carbon emissions from two of Europe’s biggest low-cost airlines rose considerably in July, putting both on track to record higher CO2 output and face costlier EU ETS bills this year.

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