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49. Singapore Airlines Group Commits to Net Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050
The Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group has committed to achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050. Singapore Airlines, Scoot and SIA Cargo will use multiple levers to achieve this goal, including investing in new-generation aircraft, achieving higher operational efficiency, adopting low-carbon technology such as sustainable aviation fuels, and sourcing for high quality carbon offsets
50. AAPA Questions EU Emissions Trading Scheme
The proposed inclusion of international aviation in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS), without the consent of foreign governments, has led to a growing barrage of objections. International airlines have long been highly critical of various aspects of the scheme, but have so far complied under protest, given the draconian penalties threatened for any non-compliance.
51. Malaysia Airlines Group to Reduce CO2 Emissions by 25 Million Tonnes in 2021
Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG), the parent company of Malaysia Airlines, Firefly, MASwings, Amal, MABkargo, AeroDarat Services and MAB Academy, has launched a sustainability blueprint designed to promote socio-economic development and achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 12 April 2021.
52. 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
53. Finnair to Save with Lighter Air Cargo Containers
Finnair has selected Nordisk Aviation Products to provide its wide-body aircraft with lightweight unit load devices (ULDs), which will result in improved fuel economy and significant reductions in CO2 emissions. The move is part of Finnairs weight watchers drive to improve fuel efficiency and help meet emissions reduction targets by minimising aircraft weight. The lighter the plan
54. Scandinavian Airlines tests Trans-Atlantic Green Flights
Scandinavian Airlines tests Trans-Atlantic Green Flights. With this initiative, SAS is one of the first airlines in Europe to materialize its commitment to the emissions and noise reduction program AIRE (Atlantic Interoperability Initiative to Reduce Emissions). AIRE is a joint initiative from the European Commission and the US Federal Aviation Administration. SAS is carrying out t
55. Virgin Blue calls for Urgent Aviation Sector Action on Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Virgin Blue calls for Urgent Aviation Sector Action on Greenhouse Gas Emissions. His Holiness the Dalai Lama is touring Australia between 5 and 16 June 2007, visiting Perth, Geelong, Melbourne, Bendigo, Canberra, Brisbane and Sydney.
56. Regal Airport Hotel Earns ISO 50001 Accreditation
Regal Airport Hotel has been accredited with ISO50001: 2011 standard for Energy Management Systems. It is the first hotel in Hong Kong and first Airport Hotel in the world that obtained the accreditation. In addition, the hotel has achieved ISO 14064-2006 Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions certification, attaining accreditations in the reduction of companywide carbon emissions, demonst

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