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Airbus readies massive presence at Aero India

From flying and static displays of its best-in-class products to showcasing its cutting-edge aerospace services, Airbus has planned one of its biggest-ever participation at...

Finnish travelers support renewable jet fuel

A recent public debate of flight-related emissions has had an effect on Finnish consumers. Of all respondents, 50 percent said that they are aware...

Italian Air Traffic Control strike will affect thousands of passengers

2019 is already off to a bad start for travelers with The first national ATC strike taking place in Italy tomorrow afternoon is heralding...

IATA’s new program helps airlines avoid turbulence

International Air Transport Association announced the roll-out its new program that will assist airlines with avoiding turbulence when planning the flight routes. The new...

JFK, LaGuardia and Newark airports electrifying ground transportation fleets

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey will purchase 18 Proterra Catalyst E2 vehicles for shuttle service at John F. Kennedy International...

IATA enables airlines to share turbulence data

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) launched its Turbulence Aware data resource to help airlines avoid turbulence when planning routes tactically in flight. Turbulence...

Avolon orders 100 aircraft from Airbus

Dublin, Ireland headquartered aircraft lessor Avolon has firmed up an order for 75 A320neos and 25 A321neos. The agreement is the single largest order...

Dramatic greenhouse gas cuts achievable, says UN

Dramatic cuts in industrial emissions of the global warming greenhouse gases that threaten to drastically change Earth’s climate are achievable in both developed and developing countries at acceptab

Winglets save 2 billion gallons of jet fuel

The Blended Winglet Technology will have saved the world's airlines and private jet operators 2 billion gallons of jet fuel, or US$4 billion+ as of March 5, 2010, 1905 hours PST.

Adventure tourism firm charges clients for its CO2

Some tourists in New Zealand are happy to pay extra to cover their carbon footprints. Tourism company Footprint Adventures is getting its customers to pay a carbon emission surcharge for each of its boutique tours. Company director Robert Thomas told the Herald that domestic and overseas tourists were responding well to the first week of being charged extra for their carbon footprints.
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