Top 10 biggest CO2 emitting airlines in the EU

Top 10 biggest CO2 emitting airlines in the EU

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Which airlines emit the most CO2?

Cutting CO2 is high on the list of things to do for airlines. Especially when lists crop up pointing out how high the emissions actually are… Of course these airlines fly hundreds of planes a day across Europe to accommodate the demand which will affect numbers. But to keep fuel costs down and CO2 emissions low, investment in new aircraft and technology is key.

This week we looked at the airlines that emit the most CO2 in Europe.

See the full list of the biggest CO2 emitting airlines in the EU and read more about aviation carbon emissions here >

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Aer Lingus

Verified emissions 2012: 1,443,585

[Picture: aero icarus on flickr]

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Thomas Cook

Verified emissions 2012: 1,456,459

[Picture: caribb on flickr]

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Korea Airlines

 Verified emissions 2012: 1,859,876

[Picture: gtarded on flickr]

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 KLM

Verified emissions 2012: 1,891,413

[Picture: gerard stolk on flickr]

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Alitalia

Verified emissions 2012: 1,901,994

[Picture: igor santorsula on flickr]

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Thomson

Verified emissions 2012: 2,279,317

[Picture: aero icarus on flickr

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British Airways

Verified emissions 2012: 2,543,550

[Picture: patcard on flickr]

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Easyjet

 Verified emissions 2012: 4,610,751

[Picture: James F Clay on flickr]

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Lufthansa

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Verified emissions 2012: 4,932,287

 

 

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