Sustainable aviation news and features

FABEC CEO Board draws up environmental agenda

FABEC CEO Board shifts focus from pandemic recovery to sustainable traffic growth in European airspace

ENAIRE launches Green Sky

ENAIRE launches its new environmental strategy for sustainable aviation, Green Sky

Biggest airspace change ever implemented in the UK

NATS introduces FRA enabling shorter routes as a key driver in delivering ‘net zero by 2050’

Implementation of Free Route in France

More environmentally-friendly FABEC airspace - France implements FRA in more than 50% of airspace

Albcontrol and M-NAV join the SECSI Free Route Area programme

One of the largest cross-border Free Route Airspaces in Europe has been opened.

Cross-border collaboration for clean flying

Flying can become distinctly cleaner and more efficient through cross-border collaboration

ATM’s impact on global warming

A discussion with John Santurbano, Director MUAC, Vice-Chairman of FABEC CEO Board and Champion CEO of the FABEC Environment Standing Committee about how to address global warming within the constraints of our current ATM infrastructure.

FREQUENTIS and T-Systems – strategy for the digital airport

Partnership for digitisation of airports globally to drive more efficiency and sustainability

ANSL signs up to SME climate commitment

ANSL will halve its greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 and achieve net zero emissions before 2050.

U.S. Releases First-Ever Comprehensive Aviation Climate Action Plan

US plan to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 builds on Biden-Harris Administration efforts launching Sustainable Aviation Fuels Grand Challenge, electrifying airport equipment and developing more efficient aircraft

Tradeoffs and priorities

A discussion with Prof. Dr. Frank Fichert, University of Applied Sciences – Hochschule Worms about an economist’s view of the challenges related to green flying

ENAIRE and Vueling working for digital solutions to airspace management

ENAIRE and Vueling create task force to reduce the environmental impact of each flight by 10%