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EU to debate how to apply aircraft emission rules

Argument reopens friction between environmental campaigners and Airbus

Under the agreement at ICAO, some current-generation aircraft such as the A380 delivered after 2028 would need a costly upgrade. Others, like the A330 freighter (above), would no longer be delivered.


MORE than 18 months after global regulators adopted emissions rules for commercial aircraft, the European Union is embroiled in an internal debate over how they should be applied in a row that could have consequences for current Airbus models.

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