EU issues aviation ETS plans

The European Commission (EC) has published an initial blueprint of how aviation could be included in Phase III of the EU emissions trading scheme (EU ETS).

Under the new rules, countries would take responsibility for administering their native airlines' involvement in the scheme, as well as the international airlines that fly to their country the most.

The UK would oversee about 780 carriers and operators, including American Airlines and United Airlines, as well as private flights operated by US

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