Sustainable Aviation

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.  ...


Japan Airlines to recycle 100% of food into fertilizer

Japan Airlines takes a step closer to sustainability goals by recycling all cabin food waste into fertilizer.  ...


British Airways offers passengers to pay for sustainable aviation fuel

British Airways launches a new sustainability program, which enables passengers to pay for sustainable aviation fuel.  ...


Rheinland Air service reserves eFlyer 800s from Bye Aerospace

Bye Aerospace, has announced that Rheinland Air Service has finalized the purchase agreements for five all-electric eFlyer 800 aircraft. ...


European airlines ‘actively’ oppose climate policies, report shows

A research indicated that European airlines with the largest disclosed emissions actively oppose key climate policies....


Air France-KLM completes first long haul flight via biofuel-powered jet

Air France-KLM has completed its first long-haul flight from Paris, France to Montreal, Canada operating a biofuel-powered Airbus A350 wide-body jet.  ...


United to finance more sustainable fuel derived from waste

United Airlines has laid out the plan to increase funding for sustainable aviation fuel derived from waste....


What is the future of Sustainable Aviation Fuels? [VIDEO]

Aviation has always had trouble to adhere to sustainability goals, as there is no true way to conduct an emissions-free flight. Can Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) be the solution?...


EAG unveils world’s first hybrid electric regional plane

Electric Aviation Group (EAG), UK-based engineering and development company, presented what appears to be the world’s first hybrid electric regional airliner designed to become an entry point for sustainable mass transportation market....


Lufthansa Group joins fuel from sunlight and air project

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH Zurich) have found a way to make fuels from sunlight and air. Now, Lufthansa Group companies are joining the scientists to help prepare these technologies for production on an industrial scale in the future. ...