Airlines globally will lobby the EU to drop its emissions trading scheme (ETS tax) ahead of the January launch of a global carbon offset scheme, but the EC says it will retain its tax, which covers all flights within, to and from the EU – even though affected airlines may then have to pay twice for their emissions growth.
The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) signed off the Carbon Offset and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (Corsia) last year. From 2021, participating airlines will pay to offset all emissions above levels measured in 2020 – and not unreasonably, they hoped the new scheme would encourage the EU to drop the unpopular ETS tax.
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