A Boeing 787-10 is towed in Charleston. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Chuyi Chuang)

Study Shows Airlines Failing to Meet Emissions Targets

According to a new study from the Atmosfair Airline Index, despite improvements in technology among many now-top-selling aircraft—including Boeing's 737 MAX and 787 and Airbus's A320neo —airlines will not be able to make "significant" changes in their carbon dioxide emissions, according to the Guardian. According to the report, released December 8, only 10 percent of airlines worldwide achieved carbon neutral growth, meaning their emissions output increased proportionally to their growth in flown miles. Among those that have achieved carbon neutral…