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57. Airbus, DLR, Rolls-Royce and Neste to Study Sustainable Aviation Fuel
A team of aerospace specialists has launched an in-flight emissions study using 100% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) on a wide-body commercial passenger aircraft. Airbus, German research centre DLR, Rolls-Royce and SAF producer Neste have teamed up to start the pioneering Emission and Climate Impact of Alternative Fuels (ECLIF3) project looking into the effects of 100% SAF on air
58. IATA calls on Governments to Abandon Environment Taxes and Instead Support Global Environment So
IATA calls on Governments to Abandon Environment Taxes and Instead Support Global Environment Solutions. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has again called on governments to abandon punitive environment taxes and instead support global environment solutions that will actually reduce aviations 2% of global carbon emissions.
59. Travelport GDS in Global Partnership with The Hotel Carbon Index
Travelport GDS in Global Partnership with The Hotel Carbon Index. Travelport GDS has signed a global marketing alliance with The Hotel Carbon Index Company, creator of CarePar, a system for measuring carbon emissions within the hotel and lodging industry. As part of the agreement, Travelport will include CarePar hotel carbon emission data in Travelport GDS products, including Trave
60. CAAS Contributes to Successful Green Flight Demonstration
CAAS Contributes to Successful Green Flight Demonstration. The Singapore Airlines demonstration green flight is another initiative under the Asia and Pacific Initiative to Reduce Emissions (ASPIRE). ASPIRE aims to accelerate the development and implementation of air traffic management procedures, capitalise on innovations, technologies and best practices, and facilitate harmonisati
61. Heathrow and SIA Implement New Departure Procedure for A380
Heathrow and SIA Implement New Departure Procedure for A380. Heathrow, NATS, Singapore Airlines and Airbus have launched an improved departure procedure for the Airbus A380, saving more fuel, emitting less CO2 and remaining within the airport's strict noise procedures. This new procedure saves an additional 300kg of fuel per flight, equating to one metric tonne of emissions of CO2
62. IATA Disappointed with CJEU Opinion
IATA has expressed its disappointment in the opinion of the Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) which did not support the air transport industrys challenge to Europes plan to include international aviation in its emissions trading scheme (EU-ETS) from 2012. A final decision is expected later this year.
63. Lonely Planet Survey reveals Travellers Interest in Sustainable Travel Options
Lonely Planet Survey reveals Travellers Interest in Sustainable Travel Options. Lonely Planet's annual Travellers' Pulse survey, which polled over 24,500 people worldwide, showed 84% of respondents said they would consider offsetting their emissions in the future, where only 31% had done so in the past. One of the strongest changes for the future was in volunteering. A huge 79% of
64. Air Canada Named 2018 Eco-Airline of the Year
Air Canada has been named the 2018 Eco-Airline of the Year by Air Transport World in its 44th Annual Airline Industry Achievement Awards. In recognizing Air Canada's environmental accomplishments, ATW cited the carrier's commitment to emissions reductions through supporting the development of alternative fuels and its numerous green programs and partnerships, including being the fi

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