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89. KLM Implements Honeywells GoDirect Fuel Efficiency Software
Honeywell has been chosen to provide fuel-management services across KLM's fleet of 115 commercial aircraft and four Martinair cargo aircraft. Using data analysis, reporting and monitoring tools, Honeywells GoDirect Fuel Efficiency software provides fuel-saving recommendations that airlines can deploy immediately and is expected to help reduce carbon emissions and cut fuel costs b
90. British Airways Trials Driverless Dollies at London Heathrow
British Airways is currently trialling autonomous, emissions-free baggage vehicles at London Heathrow. BA operates up to 800 flights a day to and from Heathrow, transporting around 75,000 bags back and forth between its baggage halls and aircraft.
91. British Airways Trials 3D Printing
British Airways is exploring the possibility of using 3D printers to create aircraft parts in the future. The 3D printers would be located at airports around the world to reduce delays for customers and emissions caused by transporting items.
92. Royal Caribbean's New Ships to be Powered by LNG and Fuel Cells
The newest class of ships from Royal Caribbean Cruises will be powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) and introduce the use of fuel cell technology, ushering in a new era of shipbuilding that will dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Royal Caribbean has signed a memorandum of understanding with shipbuilder Meyer Turku for the new class of vessel under the project name Icon
93. Stop ETS Trade Conflict; CEOs Call Upon Governments of France, Germany, UK and Spain
In joint letters Airbus, Air Berlin, Air France, British Airways, Iberia, Lufthansa, MTU Aero Engines, Safran and Virgin Atlantic have called upon Prime Ministers David Cameron (UK), Francois Fillon (F), Angela Merkel (GE) and Mariano Rajoy (SP) to take action and stop an escalating trade conflict with China and other countries opposing the European Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS).
94. SpiceJet Takes Delivery of First Boeing 737 MAX 8
SpiceJet has taken delivery of its first Boeing 737 MAX 8. The aircraft is the first of up to 205 Boeing 737 MAX airplanes SpiceJet could order. The new and improved single-aisle airplane will help SpiceJet lower its emissions output, which is a key initiative for the carrier as it looks to increase regional and international routes.
95. Etihad Airways to Increase Surcharges to Take Account of EU Carbon Scheme
Etihad Airways has said it will increase the fuel surcharge on its European flights to offset the costs being imposed on the airline by the European Union (EU) Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS). The increase of US$3 per passenger for flights into and out of Europe and US$0.03 cents/kg for cargo shipments will take effect for travel from 1 March 2012.
96. Mercure Hotels in Australia launch Carbon-Neutral Conferencing
Mercure Hotels in Australia launch Carbon-Neutral Conferencing. Under the Mercure Meetings initiative, Mercure hotels will fully fund offsets for carbon emissions produced during the conference. This means the offset cost of making a conference Carbon Neutral is covered by the hotel, not the conference group. This cost covers the greenhouse gases produced during the meeting and the

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