Edinburgh Airport and Ørsted have signed a partnership agreement to set out plans to decarbonise the airport and to accelerate sustainable air travel in the UK.
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Deloitte Canada will be the first corporate customer to join Air Canda’s new LEAVE LESS Travel Programme, which is leading the way for sustainable business travel.
Japan Airlines and Avolon have signed a partnership agreement to form an eVTOL ride sharing business, to continue the commercialisation of zero-emissions aircrafts in Japan.
Skyports and SEA Milan Airports have signed a partnership deal to explore the development and operation of a new network of vertiports throughout Italy.
This important milestone marks the first time a departing flight at Gatwick has used SAF and is also the first usage by any easyJet service.
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Bristol Airport hosted a Roundtable event, as part of the Festival of Clean Aviation Growth, where a new consortium was formed with aims to develop an ecosystem for hydrogen in the region.
Pittsburgh International Airport breaks ground on a new 700,000 square-foot, tech-forward terminal, becoming the first terminal in the country to be built from the ground up post-COVID-19 pandemic.
Construction works at Belgrade Airport have advanced with a new phase of modernisation to the passenger terminal, to further improve customer comfort and travel experience.
United will launch its largest transatlantic route expansion in its history, including 10 new flights and five new destinations by summer 2022.
Simpler testing, affordability, and sustainability are key priorities for the restoration of the UK’s aviation industry, according to the International Air Transport Association’s latest agenda.
The TULIPS project has been awarded €25 million by the EU, with 29 partners, including Avinor and SINTEF, contributing to making a greener aviation future.
The International Air Transport Association has outlined key priorities including, sustainability, modernisation, and safety, to ensure the air cargo industry remains resilient post-COVID-19 pandemic.