Air New Zealand and key partners aim to demonstrate commercial aviation's potential to reduce carbon emissions by millions of tonnes annually with a Sept. 12 test flight between Auckland and San Francisco. The 777-200ER operation, called ASPIRE I, will operate under optimum flight planning conditions through the involvement of Airways New Zealand, US FAA and Airservices Australia. ANZ GM-Airline Operations David Morgan told ATWOnline that "by operating under optimum planning conditions we ...

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