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Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF)
Ryanair and Shell have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to advance the supply of sustainable aviation fuel at over 200 Ryanair airports across Europe.
For International Airport Review's revived CEO Series, Editorial Assistant, Lily Mae Pacey spoke with Jost Lammers, Chief Executive Officer at Munich Airport, who outlined the summer recovery, digital transformation, and how the airport ensures to accommodate each individual passengers’ needs.
United Airlines alongside NEXT Renewable Fuels has become the first U.S. airline to invest in a biofuel refinery in Port Westward, Oregon, with expected production beginning in 2026.
The International Air Transport Association has called upon governments to encourage stronger European economic development by embracing policies to promote greater air connectivity.
For Issue 5 2022, International Airport Review’s Editorial Assistant, Lily Mae Pacey sat down with Ioanna Papadopoulou, Director, Communications & Marketing at Athens International Airport, at Routes Europe 2022. She outlined how the airport plans to accommodate the rise of a new passenger type and expand further into new route markets.
At the Airports Council International Africa / World Annual General Assembly, Conference, and Exhibition industry leads concluded that airports are the key players in strengthening the sustainability and resilience of the overall aviation ecosystem.
The first and pioneering Etihad Airways flight to use Sustainable Aviation Fuel has departed from Tokyo Narita Airport.
Mumbai International Airport has switched to green sources for its energy consumption needs, making the airport one of India’s 100 per cent sustainable airports.
Venice Marco Polo Airport has been awarded Level 4+ (Transition) of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme by Airports Council International Europe.
Cebu Pacific has become the first Philippine carrier to incorporate sustainable aviation fuel in its commercial operations.
Vancouver International Airport has become the first Canadian airport to receive Level 4+ Airport Carbon Accreditation by Airports Council International.