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In recent years there has been a considerable focus on cutting emissions from aviation to stop global warming. Even though aviation only makes up around 2% of the total problem, the percentage is expected to rise as other contributors make positive changes. Airlines like British Airways have been trialling biofuels and investing in biofuel production plans.
However, it’s not just the airlines that need to act to cut emissions in aviation. The UK’s skies are some of the most complex and crowded globally. This inevitably leads to delays, and therefore an area where there is room for improvement.