Updated 9 June 2021
European airlines – some of the European Union’s biggest polluters – have sought an unprecedented €41.9 billion (and counting) in government bailouts since the beginning of the Covid-19 crisis, as governments and the EU fail to impose binding and sufficient green conditions. European governments have already agreed to almost €38 billion in financial aid for airlines with a further €4 billion currently under discussion.
This airline bailout tracker by Greenpeace, Transport & Environment, and Carbon Market Watch uses publicly available data and will be regularly updated.
- Consult the European airline bailout tracker in full, with sources (last updated 9 June 2021).
- Read the launch press release (30 April 2020).
- View Greenpeace’s five demands for a just transition towards aviation de-growth and clean transport solutions.
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