Airline eco-report 'unfair'

Barnett, Louise
March 2011
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;3/18/2011, Issue 2951, p14
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the criticism of Thomas Airways to the Airline Index 2011 which was claimed to give an unfair report concerning the representation of the world's polluting airline.


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