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.
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6 March 2019 | By International Airport Review
Eight petrol and electric plug-in hybrid Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV 4x4s arrive at Glasgow Airport to make airside operations more sustainable.
4 January 2019 | By International Airport Review
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).
2 January 2019 | By International Airport Review
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.
3 October 2018 | By International Airport Review
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.
27 August 2018 | By International Airport Review
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.
6 August 2018 | By International Airport Review
FABEC airspace has seen marked improvements in CO2 emissions and fuel consumption since the implementation of seasonal airspace flexibility.
30 April 2018 | By Raghu Seelamonthula
With forecasts predicting that passenger traffic will increase at a rate of 5% each year, airports are increasingly looking to cost-effective solutions that can help manage ground traffic movement. In an exclusive Q&A, Raghu Seelamonthula, Director of Products and Solutions for Airport Systems at Honeywell Airports Business, reveals Honeywell’s ground…
5 October 2017 | By International Airport Review
This year's Air Transport Action Group’s (ATAG) Global Sustainable Aviation Summit in Geneva brought leading aviation figures together to discuss their collective goals.
5 June 2017 | By Jonas Abrahamsson | CEO | Swedavia
President and CEO of Swedavia, Jonas Abrahamsson, presents Swedavia’s sustainability success story.
21 March 2017 | By International Airport Review
Irish air traffic controllers have implemented an advanced system which significantly reduces delays for aircraft and passengers travelling into Heathrow.
22 December 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Sea-Tac) in the U.S. will soon supply aviation biofuel to all flights in a move to reduce carbon emissions.