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Flight to greener aviation fuel has hit turbulence

Wednesday 1 Mar 17 11:00am

The Airbus 319 burns 640 gallons of fuel per hour | Nordroden


By SIMON BLAKEY | When it comes to reducing carbon emissions, one of the biggest hurdles is the world’s addiction to flying.

And this is only going to get more intense as developing countries grow bigger middle classes who want to explore the world for business and pleasure.

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