British Airways

September 2009
AirGuide Online.com;9/21/2009, p6
The article focuses on the view of British airline companies and government agencies regarding the relevance of carbon trading to the airline industry. British Airways PLC reveals that carbon trading could provide direct incentive to the industry and allow them to reduce emission. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) adds that carbon trading could stimulate tax cuts and operational cost during air travel.


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