The commitment to achieve net-zero emissions by 2030 incorporates all emissions under Sydney Airport’s operational control, and the airport will also continue its programme to target indirect ‘Scope 3’ emissions.
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New study published to support airports in combatting wildlife trafficking in Latin America and the Caribbean
The ROUTES Partnership has published its newest study highlighting the issue of wildlife trafficking in the LAC region and how airports can work to combat it.
ACI Europe has reaffirmed the European aviation industry's commitment to net-zero emissions, and has called on States to implement more supportive regulatory and financing frameworks.
Following an in-depth two-day assessment, the UK Civil Aviation Authority and Public Health England officially approved London City Airport as COVID-secure.
EASA's study on the acceptance of Urban Air Mobility in the EU found that, broadly, the concept was welcomed by citizens, though concerns were raised regarding safety, among other issues.
As countries across the globe begin to lift national travel restrictions for vaccinated travellers, IATA has called for the rest of the world to follow suit.
On 18 May 2021, the first long-haul flight fuelled by SAF produced 100 per cent in France flew from Paris-CDG to Montreal, Canada.
The survey conducted by AAA found that the Australian government's Tourism Aviation Network Support programme has succeeded in increasing demand for domestic air travel.
Two new reports have outlined that a revived Gatwick Airport would support the region’s economic recovery and diversification.
By introducing the Simplified Arrival process at Charlotte Douglas Airport, U.S. Customs and Border Protection is now offering travellers a safe and touchless experience.
Similar to the system implemented in England and Scotland, Wales has introduced a traffic light system for those intending to travel internationally.
After major maintenance works on the runway and surrounding taxiways were completed, Schiphol's Polderbaan Runway has now resumed operations, but only under normal visibility conditions.
Finavia's renovation work at Helsinki will be undertaken during summer 2021, with the goal to ensure the smooth taxiing and apron operations of aircraft.
AOA's Chief Executive, Karen Dee, has stressed that the UK's "economic recovery hinges upon allowing the safe re-opening of international travel."
After temporarily ceasing operations on 22 April 2020 in order to accommodate parked aircraft, Sydney Airport's east-west runway has now resumed service.