Clean Sky launches latest call for green ops proposals

July 14, 2011 0

The next Clean Sky call for proposals features more than €2 million worth of work for businesses specialised in trajectory and mission management. Clean Sky is Europe’s aeronautical research programme to develop breakthrough technologies to […]


Airbus/DLR research fuel cell powered taxiing

July 7, 2011 0

Together with its research partner DLR, Airbus is examining the potential of emission free ground operation using fuel cell technology. Airbus has already successfully performed the first flight test on a civil transport aircraft in […]


GE Aviation study shows millions in RNP savings

May 10, 2011 0

Airlines could save at least $65.6 million annually while slashing carbon emissions and cutting flight times by implementing new flight paths at 46 mid-size airports across the US, according to study results released today by […]


UK NATS outlines green initiative results

April 13, 2011 0

NATS’ Acting Responsibly programme – aimed at reducing the environmental impact of aviation and saving fuel – is reaping results Back in 2008 NATS set themselves targets aimed at making their business more sustainable as […]


CANSO identifies measures to boost green ops

April 6, 2011 0

CANSO – the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation – has outlined key opportunities for improving fuel efficiency and noise management at a special meeting with aviation experts in Seattle from 29 March to 1 April. […]


New green ATM bid INSPIRES partners

March 21, 2011 0

Airports Authority of India, Airservices Australia and ATNS South Africa – have announced the creation of the Indian Ocean Strategic Partnership to Reduce Emissions (INSPIRE). Representatives from each organisation took part in a special signing […]