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Aviation industry pleads with EU over emissions

Leading European airlines and planemaker Airbus wrote to the heads of state of several European countries asking them to delay EU plans for a carbon emissions cap, said a report.

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Leading European airlines and planemaker Airbus wrote to the heads of state of several European countries asking them to delay EU plans for a carbon emissions cap, the *Financial Times* reported.

Airbus, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Lufthansa, Air France, Air Berlin, Iberia, Safran and MTU officials wrote to the heads of state of Britain, Germany, France and Spain urging them to delay EU plans for a carbon-emissions cap for the aviation industry. They say that...

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