Posted by: mulrickillion | January 10, 2012

The impact of EUA for airlines on the cost per passenger

Jan 9, 2012 by bikeal

Reblogged from Vertis Blog:

1-9-2012 3-43-54 PM

Last week Delta Airlines announced the imposition of a $3 (=€2.36 at a rate today of $1.27 per €) surcharge for a transatlantic flight to cover the cost of EU allowances.  This seems to be a sensible and modest response to the inclusion of the aviation sector in the EU ETS.

Tim Wright of OPIS made some useful calculations in his Cleanjet Blog (http://cleanjet.opisnet.com/).  A transatlantic flight by a 777 would burn 50 metric tons of jet fuel and carry 300 passengers.  He assumed a fuel cost of. . . .

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