Experts say that due to heavy pressure, the shipbuilding industry is also turning towards becoming eco-friendly. For this, experiments are being done to make such airplanes that will reduce the emission of greenhouse gases.
The aviation industry is spending billions of dollars on these experiments. Experts say that the cost of eco-friendly planes will be very high and in the future air travel will once again be dedicated to the rich and wealthy.
The European Union is also putting pressure on this area. Now, the European Union has indicated a tax on the fuel used for air travel. The worldwide air industry is committed to introducing commercial aircraft with eco-friendly technology by 2050.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has 290 member airlines and they own 82 per cent of the world's traffic. The agency estimates that environmentally friendly commercial airlines could cost more than $1.5 trillion.
IATA says that all efforts to use non-conventional fuels are expected to be successful. According to the organization, research is currently underway on various possibilities, including the use of cooking oil and algae.
Experts believe that this will make air travel more expensive, while the current fares need to be reduced so that everyone can travel.
French Transport Minister Jean-Baptiste Jabari says everyone should play their part in this process of energy and climate change, including airlines and customers or passengers. According to Jabari, the increase in airfares is fixed for some time, but then the difference will start showing. According to him, there is a strong possibility that many airlines will go bankrupt due to the corona pandemic.
According to observers, the use of eco-friendly fuels could lead to significant changes in the sector as well as disrupt the airline industry. It is said that even the middle class will not be able to travel by air due to eco-friendly fuel. It is estimated that air travel will also decrease.
The International Air Transport Association expects the volume of air travel to reach 10 billion by 2050. Air industry experts say that due to the Corona pandemic, airfares are declining at this time.