Scotland must deploy a strategic and integrated policy approach to achieve net zero targets in aviation, an academic report said, commissioned by Edinburgh Airport. It added that “connectivity facilitated through aviation is critical for the Scottish economy and that reducing flights would cause immense damage to most industries.” The “Flying High: Up in the Air” report, which interviewed over 70 business and policy leaders in Edinburgh as well as Australia and Canada, argued that greater connectivity strategies would attract investment in the production of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). It found that Scotland was falling behind on wider connectivity and infrastructure

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