The UK Labour party will attempt to amend the Civil Aviation Bill to require airlines to print on tickets, for domestic flights and those to European destinations, not just the emissions but also the equivalent lower emissions if they had travelled by rail. The amendments, set to be debated and voted on in committee on Tuesday, would enable passengers to have better information on which mode of travel could offer a lower carbon footprint. This follows Labour’s previous attempt to amend the Civil Aviation Bill to toughen up environmental obligations on the aviation industry which were defeated by Conservative and
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