Sustainable Aviation

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Air Traffic Management and climate change

A discussion with Philip Butterworth-Hayes, ATM Communications Specialist about ATM’s role in Climate Change

Sustainable aviation news and features

Munich creates a ‘climate forest’

Bavaria’s Munich Airport has launched its latest carbon-offset project, 1,900 hectares of forest in the east of the German state

Air Traffic Management and climate change

A discussion with Philip Butterworth-Hayes, ATM Communications Specialist about ATM’s role in Climate Change

Sheltair supports SAF initiatives

Sheltair Aviation has provided Embraer with safe storage and handling services for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) ahead of the NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition

Boeing awarded global C-17 sustainment extension

Boeing has been awarded a follow-on contract by the US Department of Defense to help sustain C-17 Globemaster III strategic transport aircraft in a deal that could be worth up to US$23.8bn including potential options and incentives over the next ten years

NASA Transfers Air Traffic Management Tool Updates to FAA

Sustainable aviation takes a great step forward with reduced fuel savings, reduced CO2 emissions and a new way of routing flights.

Bristol trials electric airside bus

Trials of an electric airside bus are underway at Bristol Airport as part of the English hub’s efforts to reduce airport operating emissions

Climate change and the role of air traffic control

Turning new scientific evidence into policies, rules and operations regarding climate change - a way forward

Collaboration key to zero emissions, says easyJet

EasyJet has urged industry and governments to work closely to deliver the zero-emission technology needed to transform aviation

Green aircraft fuel and commercial aviation

From used cooking oil to synthetic paraffinic kerosene, sustainable aviation fuel is crucial to hitting global environmental targets, reports Nigel Pittaway

Renewable energy for DSNA ground ATC stations

DSNA developped SEPHER project, produces renewable energy (photovoltaic and hydrogen-based) to supply its ground ATC stations for isolated sites.