3 thoughts on “A flying fairy tale: Why aviation carbon cuts won’t take off”

  1. The aviation industry is already working close to leak efficiency current planes use 20-30% less fuel than those produced 20 years ago. When Boeing developed the 787, they asked whether the industry wanted a supersonic plane or one with more efficiency. Industry chose more efficiency. Airbus responded with the A350.

    The point is airlines are always trying to reduce fuel costs and planes are probably as efficient as they can be without the meddling of a dopey government bureaucracy.

  2. The “UN’s aviation body, the ICAO”?

    Does a UN bureaucracy really represent the airline industry? Do rational people really take them seriously?

    No. They are part of the UN which promotes the sham IPCC.

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