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- 89. Boeing to Acquire ETS Aviation
Boeing has signed an agreement to acquire ETS Aviation, a provider of fuel-efficiency management and analytics software. ETS Aviation solutions provide more than 120 airlines and corporate flight departments the tools necessary to accurately monitor fuel consumption, identify fuel savings opportunities, and track and report carbon emissions.
- 90. Air New Zealand to test Jatropha Plant as Alternative Fuel Source
Air New Zealand to test Jatropha Plant as Alternative Fuel Source. Jatropha is a plant that grows to approximately three metres high and produces seed that contain inedible lipid oil that is used to produce fuel. Each seed produces between 30 and 40% of its mass in oil and jatropha can be grown in a range of difficult conditions, including arid and non-arable areas.
- 91. Tailored Arrivals Concept Cuts Fuel Consumption and Emissions
Tailored Arrivals Concept Cuts Fuel Consumption and Emissions. From 4 December 2007 to 23 March 2008, United Airlines, Air New Zealand and Japan Airlines completed 57 flights into San Francisco International Airport that utilized a continuous descent rather than a series of level segments as now required. The Tailored Arrivals approach reduced fuel consumption during descents by up
- 92. JAL to Reinstate International Fare Fuel Surcharge
JAL to Reinstate International Fare Fuel Surcharge. The JAL Group has requested approval from the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism to reinstate fuel surcharges on all its international passenger tickets issued from October 1, 2009.
- 93. Bombardierís Montreal Facilities Receives First Shipment of Sustainable Aviation Fuel
Bombardier has received the first shipment of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) at its Montreal facilities. The delivery is part of the companyís plan to secure long-term partnerships with fuel suppliers to deploy SAF to all of its facilities as worldwide supply becomes more readily available.
- 94. JAL to increase International Cargo Fuel Surcharge
JAL to increase International Cargo Fuel Surcharge. The international cargo fuel surcharge on long haul routes for flights departing Japan will increase from 73 yen to 80 yen per kg. In the case of short haul international routes, the surcharge will increase from 63 to 69 yen per kg.
- 95. Thai Airways International Reduces Fuel Surcharge; Chairman Resigns
Thai Airways International Reduces Fuel Surcharge; Chairman Resigns. On the same day as the new fuel reductions became effective, Flg. Off. Apinan Sumanaseni, THAIís President confirmed that Mr. Chaisawasd Kittipornpaiboon, Chairman and member of the Board of Directors has resigned from his position.The Board of Directors has agreed to appoint Mr.Suparat Kawatkul, THAIís 1st Vice C
- 96. Singapore Airlines to Reduce Fuel Surcharges
Singapore Airlines will reduce its fuel surcharges for tickets issued on or after 26 February 2015. The new fuel surcharge levels, which represent a decrease of between US$5 and US$83 per sector, depending on the distance and class of travel, will apply to Singapore Airlines and SilkAir flights.
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