The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has released a final rule to reduce carbon pollution emitted by ‘most large airplanes’ flying in US airspace. Under the upcoming legislation, aircraft manufactured after January 1 2028 will have to incorporate fuel-efficient technologies; as will most subsonic jet, large turboprop and propeller aircraft that are not yet certified. The action is part of the US Climate Action Plan’s efforts to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions from the US aviation sector by 2050, as required by the Clean Air Act. Fuel certification requirements will apply to certain subsonic jet aircraft with a maximum takeoff

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