Burge, Hugo
March 2010
Travel Weekly (UK);3/26/2010, Vol. 5, p22
Trade Publication
The article discusses the environmental and economic aspects of the aviation industry. It has been stated that flying will probably become more expensive again and the current cheap prices may not last long. It has been reported that aviation industry's share of the world's carbon footprint is actually only 2%. It has been stated that investment in any travel infrastructure is good and aviation needs more investment in order to be more efficient.


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