easyJet says it will be able to fully reduce carbon emissions per passenger by 2050 thanks to a range of technical and operational measures. Initiatives will get emissions down by 78 percent per passenger per kilometer compared to 2019 levels, with the remaining 22...
The airline and aerospace industry are looking with great anticipation at Montreal in the next two weeks, where the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) holds its 41st Assembly from September 27 until October 7. On top of the agenda of the 193 states is...
Increasing its uptake of sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs) to slightly over one-third (34 percent) is one of the means how Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair wants to become carbon neutral by 2050. The use of more SAF is part of its ‘Pathway to Net Zero’ that was...
Europe has reaffirmed its commitment to get the aviation industry to net-zero emissions in 2050 by signing the Toulouse Declaration on February 4. The 27 member states of the European Union, the UK, the US, Japan, and ten other countries from the European Civil...
The research and development of a new generation of ecofriendly airliners not only require new technological steps on airframe design and aerodynamics, engines, and fuels, but foremost needs a big step in digitalization. Right now, the level of digitalization and...
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