Airbus, Air Liquide and VINCI Airports, who are all important players in the aviation, hydrogen, and airport industries, have signed a partnership to promote a hydrogen future for aircraft.
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Brazil’s largest airline, GOL, and Grupo Comporte have announced they have signed a non-binding deal with Avolon for the lease of 250 electric eVTOL aircrafts.
In the latest instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive online series, Emanuel Fleuti, Head of Sustainability & Environment at Zurich Airport, outlines the opportunities to go beyond their own decarbonisation plans and support other aviation industry partners.
London Heathrow has teamed up with British Airways, Airbus, BP, Glasgow Airport and NATS to pilot a net-zero short flight, powered by sustainable aviation fuel, from Heathrow to Glasgow Airport.
NASA and other industry leaders, at a recent White House event, have discussed the medium and long-term sustainable goals for the U.S. to combat climate change.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration has granted a $100 million deal to companies, to develop technologies to lower the impact aviation has on climate change.
Airlines for America’s member carriers have increased, by 50 per cent, its 2030 target to provide 3 billion gallons of cost-competitive sustainable aviation fuel to U.S. aircraft operators.
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.
If governments apply real governance, and aviation stakeholders are given strong financial incentives to meet emissions and CO2 reduction targets, an investment-friendly environment will be established.
Marion Town, Director of Climate and Environment at Vancouver International Airport, highlights how their sustainability efforts reflect their community and global concerns.
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.
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).
The various modules have been designed to illustrate how both individual actions and overall company policies effect sustainability.
In the latest instalment of International Airport Review's sustainability series, VINCI Airports – the operator of 45 airports in Europe, Asia and the Americas – explains why the operator is confident of reaching the target of net zero emissions by 2050.
Murali Varadarajan, who is currently in charge of developing the Concept of Operations (CONOPS) for the Advanced Engine off Navigation (AEON) project, talks to International Airport Review about the project and how it is working towards a sustainable future for aviation.