IATA last month announced the launch of the iFlex program that it claims will enable airlines to reduce CO2 emissions by up to 2% on some long-haul flights. At the ATAG Aviation & Environment Forum in Geneva, the organization said modeling showed that using the iFlex program on a 10-hr. intercontinental flight can cut flight time by 6 min., reduce fuel burn by up to 2% and save 3,000 kg. of carbon emissions. The program "builds on the experience of demonstration 'perfect ...

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