sustainable aviation fuel (SAF)

By Bill Carey
European policymakers are preventing business aviation from acquiring SAF credits through the “book-and-claim” accounting mechanism, industry leaders say.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Alan Dron
The new supplies will be used for Airbus’s internal fuel needs such as aircraft test flights, delivery flights, and sorties of its Beluga transports.
Emerging Technologies

By Adrian Schofield
The Singaporean government plans to require airlines to uplift a SAF blend at Changi Airport with the cost funded by a new passenger levy.
Singapore Airshow

By Christine Boynton
Christine Boynton provides an overview of the A350-1000 aircraft that will fly at the Singapore Airshow 2024 using a 35.67% blend of Sustainable Aviation Fuel.
Singapore Airshow

By Christine Boynton
On top of the committed corporate capital, the fund has raised nearly $500,000 from United customers through contributions made during the booking process.
Sustainability

By Chen Chuanren
The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines is calling on governments to avoid punitive industry regulations and encourage the supply of sustainable aviation fuel.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Karen Walker
A conversation with former American Airlines CEO Doug Parker looking back at his long and game-changing industry career.
Window Seat Podcast

By Thierry Dubois
Amid discouraging outlook for turboprops, ATR is back in the black and working on new versions.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Lee Ann Shay
To find out the uptake of SAF and book-and-claim, Aviation Week spoke with Derek DeCross, the company’s chief commercial officer.
Airports, FBOs & Suppliers

By Guy Norris
Decarbonization initiatives are getting underway in Europe, setting the clock ticking toward legally enforced changes.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Helen Massy-Beresford
A Transport & Environment study highlights uncertainties surrounding ambitious e-fuel plans in Europe.
Emerging Technologies

By Graham Warwick
Turboprop runs on hydrogen; USAF completes electric flights; SAF from ethanol; Hydrogen light aircraft flies.
Emerging Technologies

By Bill Carey
Business aircraft operators in Europe should progressively increase use of SAF to 100% adoption by 2050, trade organizations representing the sector said Feb. 1.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Chen Chuanren
The coalition aims to grow Hong Kong as a regional sustainable aviation fuel hub for both Hong Kong and China.
Emerging Technologies

By Graham Warwick
LanzaJet has opened its first plant to produce sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) from sustainably sourced ethanol.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Molly McMillin
A cross-section of business aviation leaders from a variety of segments in the industry give their predictions for 2024.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Helen Massy-Beresford
T & E’s latest study has identified 25 industrial projects and 20 smaller pilot projects that pledge to produce synthetic fuels for aviation.
Emerging Technologies

By Helen Massy-Beresford
ACI Europe's manifesto comes as European institutions prepare to adopt broad strategic priorities for the coming five years to 2029.
Airports & Networks

By Alan Dron
Ryanair and Italian sustainable fuels provider Enilive have signed a LOI for the long-term supply of SAF at several airports across Italy served by the airline.
Airlines & Lessors

By Victoria Moores
Contrail avoidance gains traction, but questions remain.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Guy Norris
The agency and airframer are overcoming atmospheric and technical challenges to see how sustainable aviation fuel affects emissions and contrails.
Emerging Technologies

By Helen Massy-Beresford
Norsk e-Fuel is a company planning to establish what could be the world’s first large-scale production facility for electrofuel (e-Fuel).
Airlines & Lessors

By Linda Blachly
ICAO’s third Conference on Aviation and Alternative Fuels reached an agreement to reduce CO2 emissions in international aviation by 5% by 2030.
Sustainability

By Jens Flottau
German aerospace industry sources says Berlin's proposed €2 billion cut would sound the death knell for development of SAF before it begins in the country.
Emerging Technologies

By Karen Walker
The European Commission's Magda Kopczynska appealed to American leadership to stay true to the spirit of the transatlantic partnership.
Safety, Ops & Regulation