DB Schenker and Lufthansa Cargo will now operate a weekly cargo flight from Frankfurt to Shanghai that will utilise SAF to run completely carbon neutral.
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In the next instalment of International Airport Review's exclusive series, Jost Lammers, Chief Executive Officer of Munich Airport, explains the initiatives, work and thinking that is driving the airport in its goal to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030, and addresses the need for social and economic factors to also be…
By utilising renewable energy and renewable fuels, such as electricity and biogas, Swedavia has successfully achieved fossil-free operations at all 10 of its airports.
UK companies will be able to bid for a share of £15 million to pioneer new technologies to convert everyday waste into sustainable aviation fuel.
As part of its efforts to build back better from the pandemic and improve connectivity, the UK government has set out a range of measures for the UK’s aviation and transportation network.
Kris Russell, Enterprise Sustainability Program Manager at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, discusses the airport’s commitment to climate action and how it is set to achieve its ambitious target of net-zero carbon emissions by 2030 - 20 years ahead of the 2050 United Nations' global target - in the latest…
The certified jet fuel will enable a minimum reduction in carbon emissions of 75 per cent compared to fossil fuel equivalents and remove thousands of tonnes of waste-plastics from the environment every year.
As part of the UK's Future Flight Challenge, Heathrow will research the use of new technologies and create a blueprint for making zero carbon aviation a reality.
Paris Region, Choose Paris Region, Groupe ADP, Air France-KLM and Airbus have partnered to encourage the exploration of the opportunities presented by hydrogen use in Paris airports.
Introducing carbon-neutral district heating at Rovaniemi Airport supports Finavia's objective to achieve zero net emissions by 2030.
In the first instalment of International Airport Review’s new and exclusive sustainability series, Claire Waghorn, Sustainable Transition Leader at Christchurch Airport, discusses how the Maori concept of kaitiakitanga best describes the airport’s approach to sustainability, and how its Green Transition Plan will support ambitious emission reduction targets.
A number of stakeholders have worked to set a common emissions target and roadmap to achieve the 2050 fossil-free goal for Norwegian aviation.
By utilising Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF), DB Schenker and Lufthansa Cargo have operated commercial aviation's first carbon-neutral freight flight.
Currently SAF is on average between two to four times more expensive than fossil fuels with current global production of about 100 million litres a year which is just 0.1 per cent of the total amount of aviation fuel consumed by the industry.
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.