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The Anti-Flying Movement Is Slowly Starting to Hurt European Airlines

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The silhouette of an aircraft. In the Nordics an anti-flying movement is growing. George Tan / Flickr

Skift Take: A lot of people feel guilty about flying, but the number prepared to give it up is still pretty small. That's not to say it can't grow, especially as climate change becomes more of a priority. Should we all have the right to cheap flights, even if they are helping to destroy the planet?

— Patrick Whyte

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