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May 17, 2023
Government incentives and partnerships are proving to be the way to encourage the speedy construction of SAF and production plants.
Apr 27, 2023
Editors discuss the rising number of formal greenwashing allegations leveled at airlines and how they can effectively communicate their sustainability efforts.

Crossover Narrowbody Jets

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Nov 11, 2023
Embraer has received Steep Approach Certification for the E195-E2 at London City and will be the largest aircraft able to operate from the airport.
Nov 07, 2023
Finnair plans to refurbish its fleet of Embraer E190 crossover jets, as it aims to bring them into line with its earlier refit of its widebody fleet.

Sustainable Aviation Fuels

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Nov 28, 2023
SAF, like safety, should not be an area for competition.
Nov 28, 2023
Aviation executives say the flight proves SAF can safely be dropped-in for jet fuel, while environmental campaigners say Virgin's world-first is greenwashing.

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Aircraft & Propulsion

Dec 05, 2023
CEO Mesfin Tasew says the airline is expecting to place a firm order for eight more widebodies, plus eight options, before year-end.
Dec 05, 2023
Lufthansa subsidiary Austrian Airlines believes it is in a much better position to offer a long-haul network compared to the pre-pandemic era.
Dec 05, 2023
One of the most prominent companies in the race to scale up SAF production has been taken over by a private equity consortium after facing a cash crunch.
Dec 04, 2023
LATAM, Avianca, GOL and Azul have all made emissions reductions between Q3 2019 and 2023, however, their journeys to reach this reduction differ.
Dec 03, 2023
Captive carry test flight moves Stratolaunch closer to first flight of Talon hypersonic test vehicle

Interiors & Connectivity

Oct 09, 2023
Already under testing, SITA says expanding its OptiClimb aircraft-climb software to the cruise and descent phases will help airlines lower emissions.
Oct 06, 2023
Japan Airlines (JAL) has unveiled new first- and business-class cabin products for the Airbus A350-1000, which will operate on transpacific flights between Tokyo Haneda and New York JFK airports.
Sep 27, 2023
Lufthansa has committed to equip 38 of its Airbus A320ceos with new Airspace cabins to operate on routes that are ordinarily flown using newer A320neos.
Sep 07, 2023
Modern cabin design factors in how to reduce environmental impact.
Sep 07, 2023
Over the last 10 years, Boeing has investigated different ways to recycle aircraft scrap from its 777X Composite Wing Center in Everett, Washington.

Airports & Routes

Dec 07, 2023
While Hawaii is a bright spot, Japan’s overall international demand recovery has been significantly behind many other Asian markets.
Dec 07, 2023
Saudi Arabia in June 2023 added the European Union to its e-visa system, a move LOT says helped drive the decision to start the Warsaw Chopin-Riyadh route.
Dec 07, 2023
Copenhagen Airport’s permanent successor to Thomas Woldbye has been confirmed.
Dec 07, 2023
Reservations have opened for a new transatlantic route being launched by United Airlines between San Francisco and Barcelona, Spain.
Dec 07, 2023
LATAM Airlines Group is set to become the fifth operator of flights between Bogota and Spain’s capital, Madrid.

Airlines & Lessors

Dec 08, 2023
The latest airline route news, featuring network changes, schedule alterations, codeshares and interline agreements.
Dec 08, 2023
Italian regional Sky Alps says it will double its fleet to 14 De Havilland Canada Dash 8-400s during 2024.
Dec 08, 2023
Cathay Pacific has taken another significant step in its fleet-renewal efforts with an order for six Airbus A350F freighters.
Dec 07, 2023
Lilium and Lufthansa plan to explore a strategic partnership that may see the carrier integrate the Lilium Jet eVTOL into its fleet.
Dec 07, 2023
While Hawaii is a bright spot, Japan’s overall international demand recovery has been significantly behind many other Asian markets.

Safety, Operations & Regulation

Dec 04, 2023
Following Alaska Airlines’ agreement to buy Hawaiian Airlines for $1.9 billion, Routes looks at the respective networks of the two U.S. carriers.
Dec 04, 2023
A consultation has opened in the UK that could lead to a shake-up in the way airport slots are allocated.
Dec 04, 2023
Cathay Pacific has fulfilled its goal of buying back half of the airline’s shares held by the Hong Kong government.
Dec 04, 2023
The $18 per share cash deal has been approved by both airline boards, and will still face regulatory approvals.
Dec 01, 2023
Under the Canadian Labor Code, a strike would be legal as of Jan. 3, 2024, the Canadian Union of Public Employees says.

Maintenance & Training

Sep 28, 2023
Of the United pilots hired in 2022, 18% came directly from active duty—now the carrier seems set to boost those numbers with a new program.
Sep 28, 2023
Wet lease specialist Hi Fly will work with startup Global Airlines on preparing the A380s for the carrier’s planned launch of operations in summer 2024.
Sep 22, 2023
Yakovlev, the manufacturer of the SJ-100 and MC-21 commercial airliners, opened a new aviation training center in Skolkovo Innovation Center, Moscow.
Sep 22, 2023
U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg is warning that a U.S. federal government shutdown would stop ATC training at a critical moment.
Sep 19, 2023
“The growing pilot shortage will need to be addressed in a measurable and broad way,” TC Associate Director General, Civil Aviation Andy Cook said.