Single European Sky and its impacts on CO2 emissions

Aaron Scholz, Patrick Jochem, Dr. Anselm Ott and Paolo Beria

Aviation has been subject to comprehensive changes over the last decades. Passenger numbers and freight volumes are booming. Adverse impacts are correlated to growth rates. One of the themes in the debate on external effects is the discussion on carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Promoted by the industry, the implementation of a Single European Sky (SES) is one step in reducing CO2-emissions in aviation. In this article Aaron Scholz and his co-authors examine the potential of a SES for in-flight emission reductions.

In collaboration with the Dutch Ministry for Housing, Spatial Planning and Environment (VROM) Aerlines Magazine is proud to present the publication ofonearticle about spatial planning and/or the environment, in the next four issue of this magazine. The objective of this partnership is to raise awareness and to facilitate the sharing knowledge by facilitating the publication of independent scientific research by prominent members of the scientific community.

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