Opportunity for Aviation in Europe’s Green Deal

Opportunity for Aviation in Europe’s Green Deal

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) asked the European Union to support aviation’s energy transition to sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) as part of the bloc’s Green Deal, being launched tomorrow. Aviation should be the priority for sustainable liquid fuels. Aviation...
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KLM Set To Introduce Biofuel At Amsterdam Schipol

KLM Set To Introduce Biofuel At Amsterdam Schipol

KLM is set to introduce biofuel to its fuel supply at Amsterdam’s Schipol Airport. What is KLM’s plan? KLM is looking to introduce biofuel to its general fuel supply in Amsterdam. The Dutch airline is partnering with Neste to produce...
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Opportunity for Aviation in Europe’s Green Deal

Opportunity for Aviation in Europe’s Green Deal

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) asked the European Union to support aviation’s energy transition to sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) as part of the bloc’s Green Deal. “Aviation has high hopes for the European Commission&#82...
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Is The Electrification Of Aviation The Next White Elephant?

Is The Electrification Of Aviation The Next White Elephant?

The aviation industry is abuzz with talk of how to drive down CO2 emissions. With growing pressure from the flying public, every airline is working its way through the options available to it, from carbon offsetting to improvements in fleet...
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Dubai Airport Completes Zero-Emissions Aircraft Turn Around

Dubai Airport Completes Zero-Emissions Aircraft Turn Around

dnata, the ground support division of The Emirates Group, has successfully completed a ‘green turnaround’ at Dubai International Airport’s Terminal 2. The ground handler used only zero-emission ramp ground support equipment (GSE) during the turnaround of...
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Norwegian Air Becomes First Airline to Sign UN Climate Action Initiative

Norwegian Air Becomes First Airline to Sign UN Climate Action Initiative

Norwegian Air, the World’s Best low-cost long-haul Airline, has partnered with climate company, CHOOOSE, to provide customers with the opportunity to seamlessly offset their carbon footprint during the flight booking process. The initiative has been welcomed...
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Improved Systems For Cleaning Cabin Air

Improved Systems For Cleaning Cabin Air

The fresh air pumped into the cabin is engine bleed air. At the Aircraft Cabin Air International Conference in London last September, Pall Aerospace Corp. announced that its aerospace team completed the first full-system ground test of its Purecabin Total...
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Air New Zealand is trialling edible coffee cups on its flights and in its lounges in effort to reduce waste

Air New Zealand is trialling edible coffee cups on its flights and in its lounges in effort to reduce waste

Air New Zealand has confirmed that it is trialling the use of vanilla-flavoured, edible coffee cups on its flights and on the ground as one initiative in its plans to reduce unnecessary waste. The leakproof cups, that also double as...
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How A Jet Fuel Tax Would Impact European Airlines

How A Jet Fuel Tax Would Impact European Airlines

The European Commission could soon push for an EU-wide jet fuel tax. Jet fuel is currently exempt from fuel tax within the EU, but the ever-present issues of carbon emissions and climate change are making a potential jet fuel tax...
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FEWER PASSENGERS NOT THE SOLUTION TO LOWERING AVIATION EMISSIONS: QANTAS

FEWER PASSENGERS NOT THE SOLUTION TO LOWERING AVIATION EMISSIONS: QANTAS

Campaigns that call on people to fly less do little to support aviation’s push towards lowering carbon emissions, a senior Qantas executive says. We think the Swedish government’s policy to set targets to reduce actual flying for their citizens is...
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