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European Aviation Aims For Most Environmentally-Friendly Sky

  • 3 min read

The European aviation sector is taking proactive steps to ensure that flying in the region is efficient and environmentally friendly. A coalition of associations representing airlines, airports, air navigation service providers, aviation manufacturers, and business aviation have joined forces.

European Airspace Strains Cause 400% Spike in Flight Delays

  • 5 min read

The latest report published by the Single European Sky’s Performance Review Body reveals infrastructural and investment challenges in airspace management as the aviation industry recovers. Through a combination of unavoidable events and a lack of adequate investment, Europe’s airspace faces capacity constraints which resulted in a 400% increase in flight delays last year.

EASA Takes the Lead in the Push to Decarbonize Aviation

  • 3 min read

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is gearing up for an enhanced environmental role. The European Union (EU) is delegating new responsibilities to EASA to oversee the aviation sector’s journey towards carbon neutrality by 2050. Not only will the agency monitor this progress, but it will also ensure transparency… 

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