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Schiphol has taken significant steps towards making the aviation industry more environmentally friendly, but have acknowledged that the pace of progress towards sustainability needs to be increased.
As the climate crisis gets ever more paramount, the aviation industry must do all it can to minimise its effects on the environment. Could waste gases be the answer?
Rotterdam The Hague Airport has recently started a study which looks into the production of sustainable kerosene from air. We spoke to Willem van Genugten (Director Urban Crossovers) and Ron Louwerse (Director Rotterdam The Hague Airport) who told us a bit more about the project.
Air traffic service provider NATS enabled airlines to save 113,500 tonnes of CO2 emissions in UK airspace during 2018, according to a new report.
New rule approved by CARB requires a gradual transition to zero-emission technology at airports by 2035, in a bid to reduce climate pollution by half a million tonnes.
At Stuttgart Airport, new charges for take-off and landing have come into effect; encouraging the use of electric aircraft and alternative fuels.
As part of Schiphol's Future Sustainability, Denise Pronk - Head of Sustainability at Schiphol, explains how investing in sustainable aviation fuel is vital to the success of lowering the environmental impact of aviation.
Our 'Sustainability Series' continues with a look to the future for aviation fuel; we spoke to Jose Gerardo Gonzalez Barron, from the SBRC, who told us how fuel from halophytic plants is the way forward.
Eight petrol and electric plug-in hybrid Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV 4x4s arrive at Glasgow Airport to make airside operations more sustainable.
The Royal Schiphol Group is investing in new electric ground equipment for aircraft handling purposes and is now using several electric ‘ground power units’ (E-GPU).
Preliminary figures released by ICAO, show that a total of 4.3 billion passengers were carried by air transport in 2018, this indicates growth of 6.1 per cent over 2017.
The new fuel technology captures and recycles carbon-rich industrial waste gases from steel mills into ethanol – gases that would otherwise go up the chimney into the atmosphere.
IATA have announced that the 2018 World Financial Symposium (WFS) will feature a strong focus on partnership strategies to accelerate delivery of transformation supporting sustained airline financial health.
FABEC airspace has seen marked improvements in CO2 emissions and fuel consumption since the implementation of seasonal airspace flexibility.