A number of stakeholders have worked to set a common emissions target and roadmap to achieve the 2050 fossil-free goal for Norwegian aviation.
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Leaders across the coalition have called on the Prime Minister to support the development of sustainable aviation fuel and electric, hybrid and hydrogen powered aircraft.
With the commissioning of its southern runway on 4 November 2020 following the landing of a Qatar Airways flight from Doha, Berlin Brandenburg Airport is now fully operational.
The analysis has found the potential to produce enough sustainable aviation fuel to exceed the goal to offer a 10 per cent SAF jet fuel blend at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport by 2028.
Testing conducted by the United States Transportation Command has supported IATA's report of a low risk of COVID-19 transmission onboard aircraft.
IATA has outlined that, currently, only 44 cases of COVID-19 have been thought to be associated with a flight journey, representing one case for every 27 million travellers.
The analysis undertaken by FSF outlined that the aviation industry's efforts to protect health safety have succeeded in greatly reducing the possibility of COVID-19 transmission.
Leaders from ATAG, ACI World, CANSO, IATA and ICCAIA have emphasised the need for sustainable aviation development post-COVID-19.
Four companies, including Incheon Airport, are to work on the development of urban air mobility (UAM) and establish a framework for test flights.
Runway Safe have signed a contract with San Diego International Airport to provide an EMASMAX Engineered Material Arresting System (EMAS) in time for a spring 2021 installation.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, London City Airport will temporarily pause its development programme at the end of 2020.
By signing the agreement with the Helsinki Electric Aircraft Association, Finavia takes another step towards introducing electric aircraft in Finland.
The council will be dedicated to making net-zero carbon emission flights a reality, with the aim of achieving the goal within a generation.
As aviation experiences an all-time low, ICCAN has proposed to use the unique opportunity to address aviation noise once services begin to increase post COVID-19.
The European Commission (EC) is extending the deadline for ADS-B equipage in new aircraft by six months, to 7 December 2020.