In its climate protection package, “Fit for 55,” the European Commission proposes three measures for aviation: introducing a kerosene tax, tightening emissions trading (ETS), and introducing an increasing blending mandate for sustainable aviation fuels (SAF). By 2050, aviation is to be CO2-neutral. Lufthansa Group, Fraport and Munich Airport have stated that they all support the EU’s ambitious climate protection goals and are pursuing a well-defined climate protection agenda while driving forward the decarbonization of operations involving high cost investments. At the same time, all three German aviation companies are calling for a climate policy that ensures a level playing field
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