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    Talking Point

    The global aviation sector cannot cut carbon emissions without support from governments and world leaders are failing to take action, according to Willie Walsh.
    The chief executive of International Airlines Group (IAG) made an impassioned call for assistance at the UN summit on climate change held in New York last week.
    Walsh argued that while the aviation sector was taking responsibility for its emissions – citing the goal to halve carbon emissions by 2050 – it had few practical means of advancing carbon cuts without assistance. Governments must, for example, take the lead in...

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    29/09/2014 - 13:25

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    Sarah-Jayne Russell
    26/09/2014 - 10:17
    ISTAT Europe: Is there an order bubble?

    Sarah-Jayne Russell reports from Istanbul on the aircraft order debate at ISTAT Europe 2014.
    "The debate about a possible order bubble in the aircraft market raged at the ISTAT Europe conference yesterday (22 September).
    In the opening panel session Peter Morris, chief economist at Ascend, dismissed the idea. “Bubble? What bubble?” He told delegates...

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