A4A op-ed: EU ETS is bad news for U.S. airlines

02/11/2013 | AviationWeek.com

Nancy Young, A4A vice president for environmental affairs, makes the case for why the European Union's emissions-trading scheme is bad news for U.S. airlines. In an op-ed published in Aviation Daily, Young rebutted assertions that airlines somehow profit from the trading scheme. "Simply put, there is no scenario under which U.S. carriers are making -- or will make -- money from the EU ETS trading scheme," Young said. Read more here.

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