The ASTM International Committee on Petroleum Products and Lubricants, which develops standards related to oil products, has approved a third pathway to produce alternative jet fuel for use by commercial airlines.
The ASTM International Committee on Petroleum Products and Lubricants, which develops standards related to oil products, has approved a third pathway to produce alternative jet fuel for use by commercial airlines....More
UK air navigation services provider NATS said more efficient air traffic control procedures, innovative new technologies, and better use of airspace saved a record-breaking 190,000 tonnes of aircraft carbon dioxide (CO2) in 2013....More
New Continuous Descent Operations (CDO) developed by Lufthansa and German Air Traffic Control in Munich are proving to save around 100 liters of fuel on a long-haul flight and around 50 liters per short-haul flight in tests at Munich Airport....More
Auckland Airport, Airways New Zealand and the Board of Airline Representatives New Zealand (BARNZ) have released a draft report on the SMART Approaches flight path trial at Auckland Airport for public feedback....More
Aviation biofuels is a sector moving at two speeds: quickly on the technical side of developing and approving new fuels, but slowly on the commercial side of scaling up production and reducing cost....More
Airbus and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines have completed a 10-hour flight from Amsterdam to Aruba with an A330-200 using sustainable jet fuel, the longest biofuel flight to date by an Airbus aircraft....More
Airbus president and CEO Fabrice Brégier said the European manufacturer had one its most successful air show performances ever at the 2014 Farnborough Airshow, where it won commitments for 496 aircraft worth more than $75 billion over four days....More