Great news for the European aviation sector came on Monday when Lufthansa became the first airline to take the brave step of paving the way for higher ticket prices in the face of increasing regulatory costs in the European airline sector. Lufthansa told consumers to brace for higher ticket prices as it refuses to shoulder the costs of the EU ETS scheme. Lufthansa said it faced €130m in extra costs this year and became the first major operator to announce possible surcharges since ETS went live on January 1, 2012. This news is a major step and if the European
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