Airlines welcome significant progress made at 40th ICAO Assembly

Airlines welcome significant progress made at 40th ICAO Assembly

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) commended the significant progress made by governments at the 40th Assembly of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). A decade ago the aviation industry agreed a long-term goal to cut aviation emissions to half...
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Why Its Important That Flights Ditch Single Use Plastics

Why Its Important That Flights Ditch Single Use Plastics

These days we’re seeing more and more airlines opt for greener solutions to their single-use plastics. But why are so many making the move and why is it so important? Because it’s reducing pollution, cutting costs, beating the competition and forced ...
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Airlines are rewarding passengers who bring-their-own cup

Airlines are rewarding passengers who bring-their-own cup

In the UK, Virgin Trains’ premium coffee service now offers a 20p discount for customers who bring their own cup. Frankfurt Airport has introduced reusable bamboo coffee mugs with an airport-themed design. All restaurants located in the two terminals of...
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Over 200,000 commercial flights using low-carbon fuel show an energy transition is possible

Over 200,000 commercial flights using low-carbon fuel show an energy transition is possible

As the world’s aviation community gathers in Montreal for the 40th session of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Assembly, the aviation industry is demonstrating its commitment to climate action every day across its global network, this ...
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JetBlue Introduces the Largest Electric Ground Service Equipment (eGSE) Fleet at New York’s JFK International Airport, Cutting Four Million Pounds of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Per Year

JetBlue Introduces the Largest Electric Ground Service Equipment (eGSE) Fleet at New York’s JFK International Airport, Cutting Four Million Pounds of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Per Year

The new eGSE equipment will help reduce noise, improve energy efficiency and lessen JetBlue’s environmental footprint. NEW YORK-(BUSINESS WIRE)-JetBlue is constantly looking for more efficient technologies and sustainable fuel options. Electric bag tugs and ...
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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...
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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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Over 200 European airports to deliver Net Zero CO2 emissions by 2050

Over 200 European airports to deliver Net Zero CO2 emissions by 2050

On the occasion of the UN Global Climate Action Summit taking place in New York today, the trade association for Europe’s airports, ACI Europe provided an update on the industry’s response to the Climate Emergency. In June of this year,...
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SAS Travelers Can Now Buy Biofuel

SAS Travelers Can Now Buy Biofuel

Travelers flying with SAS can now voluntarily choose to buy biofuel and so help reduce climate-affecting CO2 emissions by up to 80 percent.  Travelers flying with SAS can now voluntarily choose to buy biofuel and so help reduce climate-affecting CO2...
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