Current production rates are too low for aviation to realistically use SAF, despite proven potential and airline efforts to date.
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This milestone supports SFO's goal to achieve ‘triple zero’; reaching not only zero-net carbon but also zero-net energy and zero landfill waste.
The council will be dedicated to making net-zero carbon emission flights a reality, with the aim of achieving the goal within a generation.
The first-of-its-kind project is focused on developing a new hydrogen and e-fuel production facility, potentially by 2023.
Dave Mullaney and LeeAnn Baronett from Rocky Mountain Institute, a non-profit organisation in the field of sustainability, explore how COVID-19 opens up the potential for aviation to double-down on its decarbonisation goals.
By trialling a new 'taxibot', Schiphol Airport hopes to make aircraft taxiing more sustainable by limiting unnecessary fuel usage.
In a world where the decarbonisation of the transport sector is of paramount importance, how will the development of electric aviation contribute to achieving a fossil-free aviation sector?
In 2019, Airport Carbon Accreditation marked its 10th anniversary. Marina Bylinsky, Head of Sustainability at ACI EUROPE, evaluates the progress made by airports across the globe in regard to climate emergency.
Since beginning operation in 1910, Southampton Airport has been a consistent aviation pioneer, and has now shifted its focus to the development of sustainable operations.
Swedavia intends to enable all 10 of its airports to handle electric aircraft and place the first commercial electrified route in service by 2025.
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.