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129. Khiri Travel Launches Carbon Neutral Tour in Sri Lanka
Khiri Travel Sri Lanka has launched an overland 14-day Sri Lanka luxury wildlife tour which links elephant, leopard, crocodile and bird spotting at four national parks. For each trip, specific carbon emissions will be calculated using the carboNZero calculator verified by Enviro-Mark Solutions, which is 100% owned by the New Zealand government. Khiri Travel then purchases the requi
130. Lufthansa to Order 30 Airbus and 5 Boeings
Lufthansa to Order 30 Airbus and 5 Boeings. The Lufthansa Supervisory Board has approved orders for 35 new aircraft. Thirty of the aircraft are from the Airbus A320neo family and the other five for Boeing 777 freighters. Besides greater fuel efficiency, all the models on order will help lower operating costs as well as noise levels and emissions.
131. Jet Airways Takes Delivery of First of 150 Boeing 737 MAX Airplanes
Jet Airways has taken delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX airplane. The Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft, which is powered by CFM International LEAP-1B engines, features design updates such as Boeing's Advanced Technology winglet that will result in less drag and optimize performance, especially on longer-range missions. These improvements reduce fuel use and CO2 emissions by at least 14
132. EL AL Orders 4 Boeing 737-900ERs
EL AL Orders 4 Boeing 737-900ERs. Boeing will deliver EL AL's new Next-Generation 737-900ERs with the all-new 737 Boeing Sky Interior. EL AL's 737-900ERs will also incorporate a package of performance improvements that will reduce fuel consumption and carbon emissions by 2% making the airplane a full 7% more efficient than the first Next-Generation 737s delivered.
133. GKN Aerospace Delivers Rotating Frames for Clean Sky Open Rotor Engine Project
GKN Aerospace has delivered the two rotating frames for a major research programme exploring open rotor aero-engine designs and with the goal of achieving a 20% reduction in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. The Open Rotor engine project is part of the Clean Sky Sustainable and Green Engines (SAGE) programme, a 50% European Union-funded, multi-partner activity aimed at lowering f
134. Bombardier Receives FAA Certification for Challenger 350
Bombardier has received certification from the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for its Challenger 350 business aircraft. Building upon the Challenger 300 jet, the Challenger 350 aircraft offers increased performance from the new twin Honeywell HTF7350 engines, each producing 7,323 lb (33 kN) of thrust and reduced emissions and increased aerodynamic efficiency with its new
135. Boeing Gains FAA Approval to Fly Advanced Navigation Procedures on 787
Boeing has received FAA approval to fly Required Navigation Performance - Authorization Required (RNP AR) procedures on 787 (Dreamliner) aircraft. Operators that fly RNP AR procedures significantly reduce fuel burn, emissions and airport congestion by flying precisely along a predefined route using advanced on-board navigation systems together with GPS-based global navigation satel
136. Three Airports in Asia Pacific Now Airport Carbon Accredited
ACI Asia Pacific has confirmed that three more airports are now Airport Carbon Accredited. In 2009, ACI Europe launched Airport Carbon Accreditation which provided an independent tool to access and recognize the efforts of airports in managing and reducing their CO2 emissions. In November 2011, the program received support from ICAO and was extended to the Asia Pacific region with

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