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97. Boeing and Etihad Using 787-10 on ecoDemonstrator Program
Boeing and Etihad Airways will use a 787-10 Dreamliner to test ways to reduce emissions and noise as part of the aerospace company's ecoDemonstrator program before the airline accepts delivery of the airplane this fall. The collaboration, which includes extensive sound measurement testing with industry partners, builds on a strategic sustainability alliance Boeing and Etihad formed
98. British Airways Pledges to Cut Net CO2 by 50% by 2050
British Airways Pledges to Cut Net CO2 by 50% by 2050. British Airways has unveiled a radical new environmental target of halving net CO2 emissions by 2050. The target, one of the most ambitious set by any airline, means that British Airways will reduce its net carbon output from 16 million tonnes in 2005 to eight million by mid-century.
99. IATA calls on U.K. Government to Abandon Aviation Duty
IATA calls on U.K. Government to Abandon Aviation Duty. Air Passenger Duty was doubled in 2007 and now collects GBP 2 billion pounds annually. From 1 November 2009, the proposed Aviation Duty would replace this with a GBP 2.5 billion yearly collection. By 2011/12 this would grow to GBP 3.5 billion. Additionally, the U.K. plans to join the local EU emissions trading scheme from 2012
100. More Transatlantic Green Flight Trials
The TGF flights are due to take place over a six to eight week period commencing in the fourth quarter of 2010. These will cover the optimisation of the taxi-out procedure at John F. Kennedy airport, as well as the en-route leg over the Atlantic. Overall it is estimated that each A380 flight can reduce CO2 emissions by around three tonnes, compared with existing procedures. More Tr
101. British Airways investing over 25million on New Airport Vehicles
British Airways investing over 25million on New Airport Vehicles. British Airways is to invest more than 25million on a new fleet of 550 airport vehicles as part of its move to London Heathrow's Terminal 5 in March 2008. The new vehicles will replace older models and will help the airline to reduce its ground emissions at Heathrow and improve its punctuality performance.
102. Premier Inn Hotels in UK Use Solar Power to Reduce Emissions
Ten Premier Inn hotels across southern England have been fitted with solar photovoltaic panels that are expected to generate over 84 kilowatts (per year) of electricity and save more than 42 tonnes of carbon dioxide every year.
103. Korean Air Deploys A330-200 on Select Routes
Korean Air Deploys A330-200 on Select Routes. The new A330-200 next generation aircraft can carry up to 226 passengers and has a range of added features to improve passenger experience. Installed with a PW4170 Advantage70 engine, the aircraft offers maximum fuel efficiency and can reduce CO2 emissions by about 650 tons each year.
104. JAL Extends User Preferred Route Trials to Australia
JAL Extends User Preferred Route Trials to Australia. JAL successfully conducted trials using UPR - a flight path planning system that helps to reduce fuel consumption and thereby reduce CO2 gas emissions, on flights to Hawaii since August 2008.

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