Air France and American Airlines separately conducted the first "next-generation technology and procedures" on transatlantic flights in April as part of the Atlantic Interoperability Initiative to Reduce Emissions. The AF flight was operated by a 747-400ER from Paris Charles de Gaulle to Miami on April 6 while the AA flight was a 767-300ER the next day in the reverse direction. Both flights used a host of fuel-saving conservation measures including single-engine taxi for the ...

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