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1. SITA Develops Global Solution for Airline Emissions Regulation
SITA Develops Global Solution for Airline Emissions Regulation. SITA has developed and tested a scaleable global solution to comply with Emissions Trading Schemes (ETS). Four airlines from the Middle East, the United States and Europe are testing SITA’s Aircraft Emissions Manager, a Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) software tool to accurately measure carbon emissions fr
2. Finnair launches Emissions Calculator
Finnair launches Emissions Calculator. Finnair is now offering its customers a tool to calculate their flights' fuel consumption and resulting carbon dioxide emissions. The airline does not currently however, promote 'virtual' emissions offset services to its customers.
3. Twelve AACO Members to Deploy SITA’s Aircraft Emissions Manager
Twelve AACO Members to Deploy SITA’s Aircraft Emissions Manager. Twelve airline members of the Arab Air Carriers Organization (AACO) will be the first to deploy SITA’s Aircraft Emissions Manager, a Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) software tool specially designed to measure accurately carbon emissions and fuel burn in Tonne-Kilometres as per new EU requirements.
4. Travelport launches Advanced Carbon Tracker Emissions Reporting Tool
Travelport launches Advanced Carbon Tracker Emissions Reporting Tool. The Travelport Carbon Tracker takes advantage of the latest developments in emissions calculation. It is one of the first corporate tools to combine industry-standard compliance reporting with an advanced calculator that uses operational data and a range of key variables to deliver more sophisticated emissions an
5. SAS to Reduce Carbon-Dioxide Emissions by 20% by 2020
SAS to Reduce Carbon-Dioxide Emissions by 20% by 2020. The new environmental target is to reduce total carbon-dioxide emissions by 20% by 2020 compared with 2007. The new environmental target assumes passenger growth of 4% per year and for each producing unit the target entails halving carbon-dioxide emissions by 2020. Two of the methods of achieving this reduction are by implement
6. Successful In-Flight Demonstration of New procedure that Saves Fuel and Reduces Emissions
Successful In-Flight Demonstration of New procedure that Saves Fuel and Reduces Emissions. The new in-trail procedure will enable aircraft to more easily perform altitude changes during cruise which can significantly improve flight efficiency, reducing fuel burn and emissions. When an aircraft is not at its optimal altitude, aircraft fuel consumption and emissions are increased. As
7. Aviation Industry Needs Political Support in Combating Emissions
Aviation Industry Needs Political Support in Combating Emissions. The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) has expressed its full support for industry targets to deliver an improvement in CO2 emissions efficiency of 1.5% each year to 2020; carbon neutral growth from 2020; and a halving of net emissions by 2050.
8. Port of Los Angeles Continues to Reduce Air Emissions
The Port of Los Angeles continues to make major strides and harbor craft, according to the latest annual inventory of emissions from port-related mobile sources. The Port’s 2013 Inventory of Air Emissions shows the Port of Los Angeles has set new records with diesel particulate matter (DPM) down 80%, nitrogen oxides (NOx) down 57% and sulfur oxides (SOx) down 90% over eight years o

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