Delta warns that climate change will make air travel more expensive

  • Jonathan Josephs
  • Business Correspondent, BBC News

Boeing 767, of Delta Air Lines, taking off from Lisbon, Portugal

Image source, Getty Images

The head of the world’s second-largest airline has warned that measures to fight climate change will make air travel more expensive.

“Over time, it’s going to cost us all more, but it’s the right approach to take,” Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian told the BBC.

Aviation is responsible for about 2.5% of the carbon emissions that are warming the planet, according to the International Energy Agency.

Critics argue that the best way to reduce them is by flying less.

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