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1. Zero Gravity Celebrates 10th Anniversary with G-Force One Promotion
For 10 years, Zero Gravity Corporation (ZERO-G) has been operating commercial weightless flights in a specially modified Boeing-727 aircraft the company has named G-Force One. To celebrate its anniversary, all clients who purchase seats on the ZERO-G Experience scheduled to fly in 2015 will receive a 20% discount off the US$4,950 retail price.
2. Space Adventures completes Acquisition of Zero Gravity Corporation
Space Adventures completes Acquisition of Zero Gravity Corporation. Space Adventures, one of the world's leading space experiences companies, recently completed the acquisition of the Florida and Las Vegas based Zero Gravity Corporation (ZERO-G) by increasing its equity stake to 100% ownership.
3. Zero Gravity Awarded Safety Approval from FAA Office of Commercial Space Transportation
Zero Gravity Corporation (Zero-G) has received a Safety Approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Office of Commercial Space Transportation. The Safety Approval, granted on 20 April 2011 and in effect for five years, allows Zero-G to offer reduced gravity parabolic flight profiles to prospective suborbital launch operators to meet the applicable components of the crew
4. Association of Asia Pacific Airlines Sets Goal of Net Zero Emissions by 2050
The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) has set a goal of net zero emissions by 2050. Five of AAPA's fifteen members had already committed to net zero emissions by 2050, namely: ANA, Cathay Pacific, JAL, Malaysia Airlines and Singapore Airlines. Published by on 14 September 2021.
5. JAL Partners Zero Halliburton for New Amenity Kits
Japan Airlines will offer its Business Class passengers on select international routes new amenity kits from 28 December 2015. JAL is collaborating with luggage manufacturer Zero Halliburton for the new amenity kits. Zero Halliburton is famous for its aluminum cases, which were used on Apollo 11 in 1969 to carry moon rocks safely back to the Earth.
6. Solutions to Zero Commission Challenge for Travel Agencies
Solutions to Zero Commission Challenge for Travel Agencies. The white paper, entitled 'Service Fees and Commission Cuts: Opportunities and Best Practices for Travel Agencies', offers a brief history of the demise of airline commissions which have fallen steadily from around 10% of the ticket price in the mid-1990s to zero in many markets today. The report reveals results of an Amad
7. Global Air Transport Industry Commits to Net Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050
The gavel came down with a bang at the IATA AGM in Boston on Monday, as the resolution for the global air transport industry to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050 was approved, aligning the sector with the Paris Agreement goal for global warming not to exceed 1.5C. Published by on 5 October 2021.
8. Making Long-Haul Aviation Compatible with Net Zero Goals
Under the UNs Race to Zero goals, the current breakthrough required for the decarbonisation of aviation is to achieve a minimum of 10% sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) use by 2030, with the proportion not reaching 100% earlier than 2050. Three of the leading companies investing in the technology that could enable this to happen sooner than current targets are Rolls-Royce, Airbus

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