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Pegasus Airlines Adopts Eco-Flying Platform SkyBreathe 360

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Pegasus Airlines Partners with SkyBreathe® 360° Eco-Flying Platform to Boost Fuel Efficiency and Reduce Emissions Pegasus, the leading low-cost airline in Türkiye, is taking significant steps to enhance operational efficiency and environmental sustainability. The airline has recently adopted the SkyBreathe® 360° eco-flying platform, a cutting-edge solution designed to lower fuel… 

Korean Air Partners with LX Pantos to Increase SAF for Cargo

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Korean Air has partnered with global logistics company LX Pantos to promote sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) use on cargo flights. This is an important move towards achieving net-zero carbon emissions in air cargo operations. The partners formalized their collaboration through a memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed at the Korean Air… 

JAL Signs Key Agreements for Hydrogen Flight

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Japan Airlines Signs Agreements with Hydrogen-Electric Aircraft Manufacturers for Sustainable Future Aviation Japan Airlines Co., Ltd. (JAL) has taken a significant step toward creating a safe, comfortable, and sustainable aviation future. It has signed agreements with three hydrogen-electric aircraft/engine manufacturers. The manufacturers, H2FLY GmbH, Universal Hydrogen Co., and ZeroAvia Inc.,… 

British Airways Partners SAF Project Gets £9m UK Gov’t Funding

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Project Speedbird, a partnership between Nova Pangaea Technologies (NPT), LanzaJet, and British Airways (BA), has received £9 million in funding from the UK Government’s Advanced Fuels Fund (AFF) competition. This funding will support Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) production. Critically, it will position the UK as a global leader in SAF,… 

Changi Airport Introduces Carbon Offsets Program for Travellers

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Changi Airport Group (CAG) has launched Changi Carbon Offsets, allowing passengers to offset the carbon emissions from their air travel, regardless of the airline they travel with. With an intuitive carbon calculator on the Changi Airport website and Changi App, passengers can calculate the carbon emissions from their forthcoming flights… 

EU’s ALIGHT Sustainability Program Welcomes Airbus

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Copenhagen Airport, a partner and lighthouse airport in Europe’s ALIGHT sustainability program, announced Airbus has recently joined the ALIGHT project. The OEM will contribute its aerospace expertise to advance sustainable aviation. Airbus will share its experience with the intelligent usage of sustainable aviation fuels to reduce CO2 and non-CO2 emissions.… 

Emirates Launches SAF Flights From Dubai

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The first Emirates flights operating with sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) provided by Shell Aviation have taken off from Dubai International Airport (DXB).  Emirates Airlines recently made a significant step towards sustainability by using Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) on one of their flights. Specifically, on October 24th, flight EK 412, headed… 

Norwegian Brings SAF to Aalborg to Meet Denmark’s Climate Goal

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Norwegian is taking a major step towards reducing the climate impact of aviation in Denmark. The airline will purchase fossil-free sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to power the equivalent of 100 flights between Aalborg and Copenhagen. This is the country’s busiest domestic route. There are limitations in current aircraft technology. At… 

SAS, Copenhagen Airport Trial Proves SAF Improves Air Quality

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Copenhagen Airport and SAS have experimented to determine the measurable benefits of biofuels in aviation. The findings show air quality improves when flying on bio-based fuel, also known as SAF, Sustainable Aviation Fuel. The number of ultrafine particles emitted decreases when biofuel is in the tank. There is no doubt… 

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