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Figures released by T&E show that the most polluting airlines were among the biggest beneficiaries of public bailouts following the pandemic. Official data on total emissions show that Lufthansa, British Airways and Air France were the three biggest European airline emitters before Covid-19 grounded flights.
This article first appeared on www.transportenvironment.org
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