Air travel is expected to continue its rapid growth over the next few decades, while at the same time carriers must limit their carbon emissions. Boeing has a tremendous challenge and opportunity to help their customers navigate this challenging time.
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The climate change is undeniable. Boeing as an industry leader in the aviation sector has to face and solve serious challenges. But how does Boeing deal with these challenges and which steps has Boeing taken to tackle the upcoming problems? The following article describes the various initiatives this aircraft manufacturer has taken so far and outlines possible further steps.
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