Tag: emissions

BHX emissions fall 25% v pre-pandemic levels

Birmingham Airport (BHX)’s Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions fell 25% in 2022/23 compared to the most recent pre-pandemic year of 2019/20, a report published today revealed. While the airport’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions Report for 2022/2023 showed an increase compared to 2021/22, where CO...

European Air Traffic Management Must Cut Emissions and Be Judged by an Independent Referee

European Air Traffic Management Must Cut Emissions and Be Judged by an Independent Referee

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and Airlines for Europe (A4E) urged EU Transport Ministers to agree to recommendations for European air traffic management (ATM) at their meeting on December 5th which will deliver specific environmental improvements and submit its performance to re...

Air France-KLM CO2 emissions reduction targets for 2030 approved by the SBTi

The Air France-KLM Group and its airlines are committed to reducing their environmental footprint as part of a transparent and responsible approach to sustainability, including a commitment by Air France-KLM to reduce its well-to-wake scope 1 and 3 jet fuel greenhouse gas protocol emissions by 30% p...

Volotea, the airline with largest reduction in C02 emissions in Europe, since 2019

Data from IBA, the leading provider of market intelligence and consultancy services for the aviation industry, has revealed that Volotea has achieved the largest reduction in unit CO2 emissions amongst European short haul airlines since 2019. The Airline has reduced its CO2 emissions by 14.2%...

Trip.com launches integrated carbon program with CHOOOSE™

Today, Trip.com is launching its integrated carbon solution to enable Trip.com users worldwide to address the CO2 emissions of their travel. The global travel platform has partnered with climate-tech company CHOOOSE to offer travellers the option to calculate and offset their flight’s CO2 emiss...

Wizz Air Emission Statistics – May 2022

Wizz Air today announces passenger and CO2 emission statistics for May 2022. In May 2022, Wizz Air carried 4,117,271 passengers, representing a 390% increase compared to May 2021, at a load factor of 84.2%. Wizz Air continued to grow its network and improve its customer offering in May, includ...

Finnair bolsters its sustainability credentials with new carbon offsetting scheme for customers

Finnair is now inviting its customers to offset their flight emissions with a service that combines Sustainable Aviation Fuel and trusted climate projects. The initiative, which has gone live today, allows Finnair customers to calculate their flights’ emissions and seamlessly offset their journ...

Aviation Embarks on a Decade of Growth, But Emissions May Get in the Way, Oliver Wyman Reports

Aviation Embarks on a Decade of Growth, But Emissions May Get in the Way, Oliver Wyman Reports

New York, February 16, 2022… After struggling with COVID for more than two years, the aviation industry is set to rebound — with the fleet growing 4% per annum over the next 10 years, according to Oliver Wyman’s Global Fleet & MRO Forecast 2022-2032. But as pent-up global demand pushes ...

LanzaJet and Marquis SAF partner to build an integrated Sustainable Fuels Plant in Illinois

LanzaJet, a sustainable aviation fuel technology provider and producer, has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Marquis Sustainable Aviation Fuel (Marquis SAF) to construct a 120 million gallons per year integrated sustainable fuels plant in the U.S. using low-carbon intensity (CI)...

Airports have halved emissions between 2010-2019

As the Airport Operators Association (AOA) launches its Decarbonisation Report [attached] at the AOA Annual Conference taking place today, figures collected by the AOA reveal that airport greenhouse gas emissions have fallen by 50.6% since 2010, while passenger numbers increased 41.7% over the same ...

IATA: Tax is not the answer to aviation sustainability

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) warned that the reliance on taxation as the solution for cutting aviation emissions in the EU’s ‘Fit for 55’ proposal is counter-productive to the goal of sustainable aviation. EU policy needs to support practical emission reduction measure...

Ryanair to power 12.5 per cent of flights with sustainable fuels by 2030

Trinity College Dublin in partnership with Ryanair, EU’s greenest airline, today (29 April) announced the launch of the Ryanair Sustainable Aviation Research Centre. This initiative, the first of its kind in Ireland,  has been made possible by a €1.5m donation which Trinity will use to seed ...

British Airways invests in sustainable aviation developer

By Edward Robertson British Airways has invested in sustainable aviation development company ZeroAvia as part of its ongoing drive to cut emissions. The airline had already announced a partnership with the company through owner IAG’s Hangar 51 accelerator programme to work together on hydrog...

Swedavia achieves world first as Net Zero CO2 operations are announced across its ten airports

ACI EUROPE has today welcomed the announcement from Swedish airport group Swedavia that all ten of its airports, including the Stockholm-Arlanda hub, have now achieved Net Zero CO2 emissions across all operations under their control, a world first. (more…)...

Aéroports Côte d’Azur 10 year plan to end to greenhouse gas emissions

France’s first 100% carbon-neutral airport group, which has been implementing an ambitious policy to reduce its environmental footprint for more than 15 years, has revealed its programme to emit zero greenhouse gases, without any compensation, 20 years earlier than was previously announced. It al...

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