UPDATE – Ahead of Monday’s meeting of the European Transport ministers in Brussels, lobby organization Airlines 4 Europe (A4E) and IATA are pushing member states to make clear decisions on the industry’s sustainability and environmental targets. This includes...
Member states of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) have almost unanimously agreed on a long-term aspiration goal (LTAG) to get aviation to net zero emissions in 2050. The agreement at the 41st Assembly has been hailed as a success by industry...
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...
Gazprom Neft announced today it entered into a partnership with Aeroflot to produce Russia’s first-ever minimum-carbon-footprint sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), under an agreement signed by Gazprom Neft CEO Alexander Dyukov and Aeroflot CEO Mikhail Poluboyarinov at...
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