Saudia claims worlds-first Net-Positive flight
Civil Aviation News

Saudia claims worlds-first “Net-Positive” flight

Saudi Arabian carrier Saudia (SV/SVA) says it has operated the worlds-first “net positive” flight between Jeddah and Madrid. Saudia flight SV227, operated by a Boeing 787-9, had its carbon emissions offset by a factor of 2, a total of 346 tonnes, making the 5hr 55min flight net-positive. The flight forms [read more]

easyJet partners with GKN aerospace
Aviation Engineering & Leasing News

Generation Hydrogen: easyJet partners with GKN aerospace

Leading UK low-cost carrier easyJet (U2/EZY) has announced a partnership with GKN Aerospace to accelerate the adoption of hydrogen power in aviation. The deal means that easyJet will support GKN Aerospace in the development of its hydrogen-powered gas turbine, H2JET which is already supported by other partners including the Swedish [read more]

Ben Murphy of Great Britain performs during the finals at the seventh round of the Red Bull Air Race World Championship at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indianapolis, Indiana, United States on October 7, 2018.
Air Sports News

WCAR Air Race to operate on Carbon Net-Zero fuel

The World Championship Air Race (WCAR) which launches in 2022 has announced the aircraft will operate on a new carbon net-zero aviation fuel. WCAR has partner with Prometheus Fuels to use its Titan Fuel Forge™ technology to create ‘fuel from air’. It does this by reclaiming atmospheric carbon through a [read more]

One of Loganair's Britten Norman Islanders
Aviation Engineering & Leasing News

Loganair commits to being Carbon Neutral by 2040

Loganair has become the first UK regional airline to commit to being Carbon Neutral by 2040 after it announced its Green Skies initiative. The first step in the Green Skies initiative is to introduce a carbon offsetting programme which will begin on 1st July and will see a £1 carbon [read more]

London Southend Airport
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Southend Airport to be Carbon Neutral by 2027

London Southend Airport (SEN/EGMC) has committed to carbon neutrality by 2027 after achieving airport carbon accreditation. The airport has already begun reducing CO2 emissions which totalled 4,724 tCO²e¹ in 2019, down from 5,133 in 2018 which is a 36% reduction in emissions per unit revenue. Glyn Jones, CEO, London Southend [read more]