Airports Council International Europe has announced significant progress, with the European airport industry, in the concrete steps towards net zero CO2 emissions, with plans to further accelerate commitments.
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Munich International Airport and Airbus have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to enable a marketing turnkey solution to cities and regions invested in developing advanced air mobility ecosystems globally.
Bristol Airport has launched a new ‘Time is running out - Help us engineer a net zero world’ exhibition highlighting the central role of civil engineers in tackling climate change and to reach net zero targets.
Fiumicino International Airport has increased the availability of Sustainable Aviation Fuel to airlines at the airport, as ITA Airways deploys the use of the aviation biofuel to help reduce CO2 emissions.
Sustainability is one of the most important driving forces behind the future development of airports. For International Airport Review, Marc Houalla, Deputy Executive Director of Groupe ADP and Managing Director of Paris-Charles De Gaulle and Gaël Le Bris, Senior Aviation Planner & Senior Technical Principal at WSP USA, explains more.
Changi Airport Group has signed an agreement with the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, Airbus, and Linde to develop a feasibility study for a major hydrogen hub at Singapore Changi Airport.
SEA and Airbus have signed an agreement for the implementation of projects for the distribution of hydrogen, as well as the study of hydrogen-powered aircrafts at Milan's airports.
The Emission and Climate Impact of Alternative Fuels study has provided promising early results for the use of 100 per cent sustainable aviation fuel on both engines of a commercial jet.
Skyports is developing Europe’s first vertiport for eVTOL aircrafts, in Paris, a significant leap towards launching commercial Advanced Air Mobility services by 2024.
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Bristol Airport hosted a Roundtable event, as part of the Festival of Clean Aviation Growth, where a new consortium was formed with aims to develop an ecosystem for hydrogen in the region.
Airbus, Air Liquide and VINCI Airports, who are all important players in the aviation, hydrogen, and airport industries, have signed a partnership to promote a hydrogen future for aircraft.
London Heathrow has teamed up with British Airways, Airbus, BP, Glasgow Airport and NATS to pilot a net-zero short flight, powered by sustainable aviation fuel, from Heathrow to Glasgow Airport.
As of August 2021, the new and reconstructed Terminal B at Katowice Airport will welcome returning travelling passengers after the long-anticipated lift of COVID-19 travel restrictions.
Murali Varadarajan, who is currently in charge of developing the Concept of Operations (CONOPS) for the Advanced Engine off Navigation (AEON) project, talks to International Airport Review about the project and how it is working towards a sustainable future for aviation.
Though domestic travel is beginning to recover from the impact of the pandemic, international travel still remains 87.3 per cent below April 2019.