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Europe’s largest LCC expects to take delivery of its first high-seat density Max 8 in April and operate just 16 of them across its network this summer.
The Swedish government will introduce takeoff and landing charges to encourage airlines to use more fuel-efficient aircraft with lower emissions.
The chief executive of European LCC EasyJet sees hydrogen and electric propulsion as the best solution for short-haul flights.
Researchers in the U.S. have developed a process to make SAF from discarded food and sewage.
Airbus, DLR, Rolls-Royce, and Neste have launched a study into the benefits of flying a widebody airliner on 100 percent SAF.
Along with a paltry delivery total, ATR ended last year with net orders for three airplanes.
IATA director general Alexandre de Juniac called for better coordination between governments in ensuring freedom of movement.
Air traffic control providers eschewed the organized track structure on March 9.
Norse Atlantic Airways plans to launch flights between Europe and the U.S. in December using Boeing 787s.
The airframer said the strategic investment from American Express Ventures will help support continued development of the Overture supersonic airliner.