Austrian Airlines will not make a decision on the renewal of its Boeing 767 long-haul fleet anytime soon. The carrier first wants to have a better understanding of the consequences of the Fit for 55 plan on emission reductions and taxation on hub airports such as...
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...
Update – US airlines have pledged to increase the number of sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs) to three billion gallons (11.6 million liters) in 2030. Airlines for America (A4A) announced the revised commitment on September 9, when a number of US airlines...
Despite 7.6 million more passengers than in the same period last year, Ryanair’s losses for the first quarter of its financial year 2022 have deepened. On July 26, the carrier reported a €243 million net loss compared to €-185 million for the April-June quarter...
The ‘Fit for 55’ policy package from the European Commission to curb gas house emissions from amongst others the airline industry has been met with mixed reactions. European stakeholders and lobby groups are strongly opposing the taxation of aviation fuel. They...
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