October 2, 2022
Sustainable Aviation
Airlines Industry Innovation

easyJet Unveils Ambitious Net Zero Emissions Plan

easyJet has become the first airline in the world to have its net-zero target validated by the Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi).

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Airlines Future Flight Industry Innovation

Air Company Debuts First Carbon-neutral Jet Fuel

Air Company today announced the launch of its Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) made from captured CO2.

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Airlines Innovation Manufacturers

Air Canada to Acquire 30 ES-30 Electric Regional Aircraft

As well as signing an LOI for 30 ES-30 electric-hybrid aircraft, Air Canada (AC) will also purchase a stake in the new manufacturer.

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Airports Featured Interview

World’s First Airport Terminal Made of Wood

In a move toward a sustainable future, Zurich Airport (ZRH) is undertaking a major overhaul of its Dock A terminal.

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Airbus, LATAM Reach Agreement to Remove CO2 from Atmosphere

LATAM (LA) and Airbus will use DACCS: a technology that allows up to 90% of CO2 emissions to be filtered and removed from the air.

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Innovation Manufacturers Technology

UltraFan: Rolls-Royce’s World’s Largest Aero-engine Demonstrator

The Rolls-Royce UltraFan engine is being completed in Derby, UK, prior to its first run on 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) later this year.

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Star Alliance to Soon Have Trains as a World’s First

Germany’s Deutsche Bahn (DB) will be the first-ever non-aviation partner to join the Star Alliance from August 1.

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Airports Industry

The Netherlands Limits Schiphol Airport Flights

Is Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport (AMS) poised to lose its status as one of the most productive hubs in the world?

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Boeing Innovation

Boeing Unveils 2022 ecoDemonstrator 777-200ER Livery

These are the technologies that the new Boeing 2022 ecoDemonstrator 777-200ER will test in a real-world setting.

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Airlines Industry

European Parliament Debates New Climate Regulations

There are negotiations pending between the European Council and the Parliament before the climate regulations are applied.

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