By amending the original proposal of the European Commission last Thursday, the European Parliament Transport committee has significantly upped ambitions to raise the level of sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs) until 2050. The EP voted to have a minimum of 85 percent...
Just before the pandemic hit the industry in 2020, airline leaders were positive that Europe was about to have a much-needed round of consolidation. They agreed that there were way too many airlines, fighting for the same piece of cake. Covid has delayed this, but...
During the Airlines 4 Europe Aviation Summit on March 31 in Brussels, the lobby group once again raised the topic of the Single European Sky (SES). And voiced its frustrations over the lack of progress that has been made on improving the efficiency of air traffic...
If the countries in the European Unie are unable to implement efficiency improvements in air traffic management with the Single European Sky (SES) program, then the alternative should be that air traffic management is liberalized. It’s then up to competition between...
To bring you more aviation news, Airinsight introduces News in Brief. During November, we compile a rolling story by date with news that is sometimes too small for a deep analysis but still interesting enough not to be missed. 30 – Australia will extend a...
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