Edible Trays Could Soon Become Part Of Your Aircraft Meal

Edible Trays Could Soon Become Part Of Your Aircraft Meal

The innovative trays and cutlery formed part of an exhibition intended to address waste in air travel. Named ‘Get Onboard: Reduce. Reuse. Rethink’“an estimated 5.7 million tons of cabin waste is generated on passenger flights, from single-use plastic to meal trays...
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Probe finds FAA MAX safety inspectors not properly credentialed

Probe finds FAA MAX safety inspectors not properly credentialed

The US Office of Special Counsel (OSC) has substantiated a whistleblower complaint alleging that FAA safety inspectors who served on the  Boeing 737 MAX Flight Standardization Board (FSB) were not properly credentialed,  contradicting earlier claims made...
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Aviation industry encourages long-term climate action from governments

Aviation industry encourages long-term climate action from governments

The aviation industry, alongside environmental groups, will request governments to set a timeframe for agreement on a long-term target to reduce CO2 emissions from air transport at a meeting of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) starting this...
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Industry High-level Group Launches Second Aviation Benefits Report

Industry High-level Group Launches Second Aviation Benefits Report

On the sidelines of ICAO’s 40th Assembly this week, the second edition Aviation Benefits Report was launched by the global air transport Industry High Level Group. Comprised of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the International Air Trans...
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