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Airlines Hit Out at Jet-Fuel Tax Burden From Europe’s Green Deal

  • Ryanair says incentives present better path toward cutting CO2
  • Carriers meet with Valean as EU prepares new emissions policy
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Leading airlines attacked European Union plans to impose a region-wide kerosene tax as part of a sweeping new environmental strategy, saying investment in sustainable fuels and electric planes would be more effective in reducing carbon emissions.