Airbus and Indonesia’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation have signed a long-term partnership agreement to reduce aviation’s impact on the environment. The parties agreed to the program Sept. 30 at the ICAO World Aviation Forum on Aviation Partnerships for Sustainable Development in Montreal. “Based on the industry four pillar strategy of technology―sustainable fuels, efficient operations, infrastructure improvements and market-based measures―this long-term partnership ...

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