Marking a historic moment in aviation, ATR and Braathens Regional Airlines have enabled the first ever 100 per cent SAF-powered test flight on a commercial regional aircraft.
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The International Air Transport Association has urged governments to put in place large-scale incentives to rapidly expand the use of sustainable aviation fuels.
Watch this exclusive interview with Bristol Airport's Simon Earles.
Pittsburgh International Airport has announced a new phase of their ongoing partnership with CNX Resources Corporation, aimed at further reducing carbon emissions and costs for the transportation industry.
Luis Felipe de Oliveira is the first ever guest Editor of International Airport Review and will be addressing the key themes which are most important to the airport sector at this time.
On a recent trip to Farnborough Airport – the birthplace of British aviation – International Airport Review’s Assistant Editor, Lily Mae Pacey sat down with its CEO, Simon Geere. Together they discussed the airport’s recent achievements in sustainability and social responsibility, and how commercial airports can learn a thing or…
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol explores a European aviation first, with the deployment of sustainable Taxibots to continue the airports journey towards the reduction of aircraft and flight emissions. Wilma van Dijk, Director Safety, Security & Environment at Schiphol Group, explains more.
Marco Troncone, CEO of Aeroporti di Roma, outlines how they plan to move forward from the COVID-19 crisis and how they are eager to accelerate both sustainable, innovative, and passenger-centric initiatives.
Airports Council International (Asia-Pacific) has released the results of the Green Airports Recognition 2022, which has recognised 12 airports in Asia-Pacific and the Middle East for their achievements in carbon management.
London Heathrow Airport has welcomed 9.7 million passengers in Q1 2022 in line with its forecasts, yet traffic volatility remains post-COVID-19 pandemic.
Christchurch International Airport has achieved being beyond carbon neutral, to become climate positive, an excellent milestone and movement towards a lower carbon aviation future.
To affirm Malta International Airport’s commitment towards achieving net zero by 2050, the airport has endorsed the Toulouse Declaration on future sustainability and decarbonisation of aviation.
Cayenne Félix Eboue Airport has been awarded Level 2 accreditation of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme by Airport Council International.
EUROCONTROL has released a new long-term air traffic report, which includes forecasts of net CO2 emissions and how aviation can achieve net-zero by 2050.