Aviation Sustainability

British Airways operates passenger flight using recycled cooking oil

British Airways had operated its first ever passenger flight from London to Glasgow using recycled cooking oil.  ...


The race to Jet Zero – who will get there first?

The UK’s “Transport Decarbonisation Plan” and the EU Commission’s “Green Deal”– which aviation sustainability plan is more ambitious?...


Singapore Airlines Group target zero emissions by 2050

Singapore Airlines Group to adopt new sustainable technology and modernize fleet in pledge to achieve zero carbon emissions by 2050....


Hydrogen aircraft market to reach $174.02 billion by 2040

For quite some time already, sustainability has been a top topic in amongst aviation professionals. While many companies in the aviation industry focus on optimisation and green initiatives, something...


British Airways to start flying on sustainable fuel in 2022

British Airways is investing in a sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) technology provider and plans to operate a number of flights powered by SAF from late 2022....


Aviation and its elusive chase of sustainability

As pressure from the public domain and lawmakers' mount to reduce its emissions, aviation has been on a quest to do so. Yet its emissions are only on the rise. Why?...


Gediminas Ziemelis: is “Flygskam” really the right thing to do?

“Flygskam” – still quite a new Swedish term that already made waves in the media. It literally means “flight shame” and was popularized by a teen climate activist Greta Thunberg from Sweden....


Airbus' new eagle-inspired sustainable “Bird of Prey”

Airbus unveils its electric hybrid  concept aircraft inspired by feathers of an Eagle.  ...