EU aviation ETS derogation regulation
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The EU aviation ETS derogation regulation came into force 30 April 2014
30 April 2014
Regulation (EU) No 421/2014 derogates certain aviation activities from the EU emissions trading scheme (ETS), including those to and from outside the European Economic Area, until 31 December 2016. Non-commercial aircraft operators emitting less than 1,000 tonnes CO2 per annum are also excluded from the ETS until 31 December 2020. These derogations are made in advance of the planned introduction of a single global market-based measure for international aviation emissions by 2020.
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