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- 177. Continental Airlines increases fuel surcharge
Continental Airlines increases fuel surcharge
- 178. Thailand's Low Cost Airlines to implement Fuel Surcharge
Thailand's Low Cost Airlines to implement Fuel Surcharge.
- 179. Boeing delivers first 777-300ER with Fuel-Efficiency Enhancements to Air France
Boeing delivers first 777-300ER with Fuel-Efficiency Enhancements to Air France.
- 180. Scandinavian Airlines shows Benefits of 'Green Flights'
Scandinavian Airlines shows Benefits of 'Green Flights'. Green flights are smooth continuous descents to airports at relatively low engine revs. SAS, which has carried out over 2,000 such green landings, says that for a mid-size aircraft such as a Boeing 737, fuel savings are over 100 kg of fuel per flight which equates to 315 kg less carbon emitted per flight. The savings are bigg
- 181. Etihad Airways Selects Sharklets for New Airbus A320s
Etihad Airways has signed a contract with Airbus to equip 17 of its future A320s on order, with Airbusí fuel saving Sharklets. The new wingtip devices measure 2.5 metres tall, replace the aircraftís current wingtip fence and will reduce fuel burn particularly over longer sectors.
- 182. Continental Airlines Chairman urges reduction in Aviation Taxes, work towards Lower Fuel Prices
Continental Airlines Chairman urges reduction in Aviation Taxes, work towards Lower Fuel Prices.
- 183. Singapore Airlines Joins Sustainable Aviation Fuel Users Group
Singapore Airlines has joined the Sustainable Aviation Fuel Users Group (SAFUG). Established in 2008, SAFUG is a working group that aims to accelerate the development and commercialisation of lower-carbon renewable aviation fuels, derived from environmentally and socially sustainable sources.
- 184. JAL Reduces Capacity on 5 International Routes; Increases Cargo Fuel Surcharge
JAL Reduces Capacity on 5 International Routes; Increases Cargo Fuel Surcharge. Flight frequency on two international routes - Tokyo (Narita) to Sao Paulo via New York, and Tokyo (Narita) to Shanghai, will be reduced between January and March, 2010, when passenger demand on these routes is expected to be weak. Capacity will also be lowered by means of downsizing the aircraft used
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