Five areas have been identified that need further support in order to make sure that the UK aviation industry continues to lead the world in aviation decarbonisation.
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Looking ahead to 2030, Gatwick Airport's second Decade of Change policy sets out further goals for the airport to achieve its net-zero by 2040 target.
As the UK aviation industry tackles the challenges of today, it is also focused on the future and how it can build back better. For the industry and its recovery, airspace modernisation is an important piece of the jigsaw. Chief of the Airspace Change Organising Group (ACOG), Mark Swan, describes…
Following the apparent forced diversion of Ryanair Flight FR4978 out of Belarusian airspace, IATA has called on EASA to ensure that aircraft operations remain separate from politics.
EASA has outlined that updating the necessary framework to allow for the application of the latest technology will support airports in ensuring all-weather operations.
Ahead of the 47th G7 Summit, Heathrow has successfully incorporated SAF into its main fuel supply and will blend it with traditional jet fuel for use across its flights.
Ritva Viljanen, Mayor of the City of Vantaa, speaks to International Airport Review about Avia Network's pioneering climate commitment, the Green Deal Manifesto, which is creating sustainable aviation and tourism together with its stakeholders in the Helsinki-Vantaa region in Finland.
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.
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.
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.
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.
After temporarily ceasing operations on 22 April 2020 in order to accommodate parked aircraft, Sydney Airport's east-west runway has now resumed service.
Glyn Hughes, Director General of The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA), discusses the key role that the air cargo industry has played during the COVID-19 pandemic, including the continued transportation of the vaccine, and why airport communities are so important in ensuring the efficient and successful function of air cargo.
For International Airport Review, Chief Strategy Officer of the New International Airport of Heraklion, Dr. Ayça Kolukısa, shares the vision for Greece’s new airport and details how the pandemic has influenced strategic decision making to ensure the success and sustainability of Heraklion well into the future.
Why should airport operators be concerned with the new Global Reporting Format? What are the issues and what are the potential solutions?