Korean Air has signed a contract with SK Energy, to adopt the use of carbon-neutral jet fuel to continue the battle to counter climate change.
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Lily Mae Pacey, Junior Editor of International Airport Review, spoke with Justin Meyer from Kansas City Aviation Department, and Dan Moylan from Edgemoor Infrastructure & Real Estate, to discuss the exciting new developments at KCI which will transform the airport into a space accessible and inclusive to all passengers.
Marion Town, Director of Climate and Environment at Vancouver International Airport, highlights how their sustainability efforts reflect their community and global concerns.
EUROCONTROL inaugurates construction work on the new Network Manager’s operation’s centre based in Brussels, which aims to host advanced operational systems and IT infrastructure.
United has said that it will match all donations up to five million miles.
Istanbul Airport has announced that it will join 238 other airports who are committed to achieve 'Net-Zero CO2 Emissions by 2050' initiated by the Airports Council International (ACI).
The partnership will study a wide range of cutting-edge developments and will see easyJet will using Bristol Airport as a test-bed to trial solutions for decarbonising operations and reducing waste.
From 6 September 2021, Palanga Airport operations will be suspended for 45 days, due to modernisation construction work beginning under the requirements of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
Gordon Dewar, Chief Executive at Edinburgh Airport, explains how the pandemic is not deterring the airport from their sustainable goals, in the latest installment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series.
The solar farm will be located at the eastern end of the runway and will seek to provide 100 per cent of the airport’s electricity requirements through sustainable means.
Household waste and sewage to be used in jet fuel production as UK government makes world-leading SAF commitments
Eight companies have been shortlisted to share £15 million government funding to support the development of first-of-a-kind production plants turning waste into sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).
Becoming 100 per cent water positive means that BLR Airport replenishes more water than it consumes.
The various modules have been designed to illustrate how both individual actions and overall company policies effect sustainability.