Everyone in aviation understands the pressing need to decarbonise. We’ve made a lot of progress, but there’s a huge amount still to do –electric, hybrid or hydrogen aircraft, massive sustainable aviation fuel uptake – before that can happen. But aviation is an essential sector to society, to prosperity, to connectivity. And we too are set to be massively impacted over the decades ahead, which is where this study comes in. It explicitly analyses the risks that climate change triggered by man-made emissions poses to European aviation. It details how this will progressively impact flight operations, airport capacity as a result of sea level rise, flight times, choice of destination by tourists and fuel burn.
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