U.S. airlines won't profit from ETS, A4A says

02/5/2013 | Aviation Daily

U.S. airlines say they will not see a profit from the European Union's decision to omit foreign carriers from the EU emissions-trading scheme. "There is not a scenario, given the way that airline finances and prices work, for the airlines to realize a profit from [the ETS]," said Nancy Young, Airlines for America's vice president of environmental affairs.

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