Oil saving in air transport

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Title Oil saving in air transport
Autor: Wąsowska, Katarzyna; Korneć, Radosław
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11331/1936
Date: 2016
Źródło: Effectiveness of management: micro and macro level / scient. editing Anna Świrska, Katarzyna Wąsowska. - Siedlce : Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, 2016. - S. 80-92.
Abstract: The first serious oil crisis, which had a big influence on the functioning of air transport, took place over forty years ago. Since then one has been observing a significant technological development, and a rise in the potential of decreasing the energy cost, but the system of transport has remained unchanged. Even though transport in general, has become more energy- saving, 96% of the energy needs in the European Union still depends on crude oil and mineral oil products. In 2010 the European Union imported oil for about 210 bln EUR. The lack of a solution concerning the dependence of air transport on oil can affect the citizens’ opportunity to travel and the safety of the economy. Bearing this in mind it is worth asking some questions. Are there any ways to decrease the consumption of oil in air transport? To what degree can alternative solutions influence crude oil saving in air transport?

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