IATA WARNS OF ECO-TAX AND REGULATORY RISKS: IATA says aviation taxes are the wrong way to tackle carbon emissions, while its new study claims 120,000 aviation jobs are at risk in the UK due to government red tape

September 2019
Buying Business Travel;Sep/Oct2019, Issue 100, p28
Trade Publication
The article informs that International Air Transport Association (IATA) has criticized the decision of French government to introduce eco-tax on business class ticket for outbound flights. It mentions that jobs supported by air transport are expected to be at risk from an erosion of British air transport competitiveness. It presents views of Brian Pierce of IATA, on carbon offsetting.


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