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Zero carbon air travel by 2050 requires immediate research: study

Zero carbon air travel by 2050 requires immediate research: study

As millions of Americans board planes to their favorite vacation spots, the industry is gearing up for a bigger journey that will reduce the carbon emissions from those flights over the next 30 years.

Achieving this goal by 2050 requires research and support as soon as possible, according to a report released Thursday by the international transport group. This will make air travel a little more expensive, but does not mean a return to the days of sailing ships and airships.

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