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Q&A series: What is the airline industry going to do to become more sustainable?
Debbie JonesMichael Linenberg
The global airline industry supports 87.
The global airline industry supports 87.7 million jobs worldwide, drives $3.5 trillion of global economic activity and accounts for ~4.1% of global GDP. What is the airline industry going to do to become more sustainable? [more]
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