September 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);9/11/2009, p4
Trade Publication
The article offers news briefs related to the travel industry in Great Britain. A report made by the Climate Change Committee suggests that the aviation industry should cut its carbon emission to the level of 2005 by 2050. Three men were found guilty of plotting to detonate passenger aircraft using home-made explosives. Airline operator Ryanair Holdings PLC is increasing its check-in charges on baggage while doubling passengers' baggage allowance.


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