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73. SITA Expands Partnership with Safety Line
SITA has expanded its partnership with Safety Line, a start-up company which helps pilots and airlines limit carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and operational costs by reducing an aircraft's fuel consumption at key flight stages.
74. Hilton Commits to Cutting Environmental Footprint in Half
Hilton has unveiled plans to cut its environmental footprint in half and double its social impact investment by 2030. Hilton will institute science-based targets to reduce carbon emissions and send zero soap to landfill.
75. Ticket Prices to Rise in Europe as Aviation is Included in Emissions Trading Scheme
From the beginning of this year, all airlines are required to hold emission rights in the form of CO2 certificates for flights to and from Europe. In 2012, 82% of the necessary certificates will be awarded to airlines free of charge. Airlines will have to purchase another 15% of the certificates, with 3% being reserved for new airlines.
76. Hawaiian Airlines Completes First Installation of Blended Winglets on 767-300s
Hawaiian Airlines Completes First Installation of Blended Winglets on 767-300s. Hawaiian Airlines has completed its first installation of Blended Winglets on its Boeing 767-300 jets, the companys newest and biggest green initiative that will significantly reduce fuel usage and carbon dioxide emissions of its aircraft.
77. Korean Air to Buy Carbon-Neutral Jet Fuel from SK Energy
Korean Air has partnered with SK Energy, a major petroleum and refinery company in Korea, to reduce carbon emissions and fight climate change. Through the partnership, the airline will purchase a months worth of carbon-neutral jet fuel for domestic flights departing from Jeju and Cheongju. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 7 September 2021.
78. IATA Welcomes New CO2 Emissions Standard for Aircraft
IATA has welcomed the decision by representatives of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to agree a CO2 efficiency Standard for commercial aircraft. The Standard, which has taken six years of negotiations and technical work, was approved by ICAOs Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection.
79. SITA to Better Support Sustainable Aviation with Safety Line Acquisition
SITA has acquired Safety Line S.A.S., a Paris-based start-up specializing in digital solutions for aviation safety and efficiency. The acquisition comes as a logical follow-up to the commercial partnership signed between the two companies in September 2020, focused on helping airlines reduce their CO2 emissions with OptiFlight, a predictive in-flight fuel efficiency solution levera
80. Honeywell Acquires Aviaso
Honeywell has acquired Aviaso, an international aviation software company that offers fuel efficiency and emissions savings software to the airline industry. Aviasos software products gather data on aircraft usage and identify and communicate the ways airline customers can save fuel consumption through a simple, intuitive software interface.

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