An easyJet Airbus lands at Gatwick Airport (Max Thrust Digital)
Aviation Engineering & Leasing News

Q8Aviation signs SAF deal with easyJet

Aviation fuel specialist Q8Aviation has signed a deal with low-cost carrier easyJet (U2/EZY) to supply it with Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF). The five-year-long agreement will see Q8Aviation supply easyJet with fuel that will help reduce the carbon used in aviation fuel and help it work towards the airline’s target of [read more]

Rolls-Royce AE2100
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Rolls-Royce set for Hydrogen fuelled engine test

Rolls-Royce has said that they are ready to begin carrying out ground tests on the first hydrogen-fuelled AE2100 aero engine as part of its race to net zero programme. Working in conjunction with low-cost carrier easyJet, Rolls-Royce is exploring hydrogen as a future fuel for aviation replacing conventional fossil fuels. [read more]

An easyJet Airbus lands at Gatwick Airport (Max Thrust Digital)
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easyJet to upgrade A320s with DPO software

easyJet (U2/EZY) is set to upgrade its Airbus A320 family flight management software with a fuel-saving Descent Performance Optimisation (DPO) update. The new software will allow the low-cost carrier to take advantage of Continuous Descent Approach (CDA) into airports saving fuel and reducing emissions whilst also reducing the airline’s noise [read more]

Easyjet A320neo (Image: Aviation Media Agency.)
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FIA22: easyJet firms up A320neo order

easyJet has firmed up an order for 56 Airbus A320neo family aircraft in a deal announced at the Farnborough International Airshow. The package of 56 aircraft includes the conversion of 18 A320neo aircraft to the larger A321neo. Kenton Jarvis, CFO for easyJet, said: “We believe this order will support positive [read more]

An easyJet Airbus lands at Gatwick Airport (Max Thrust Digital)
Civil Aviation News

easyJet COO resigns following flight disruptions

easyJet’s Chief Operating Officer (COO) Peter Bellew has resigned following the airline’s tumultuous period of flight cancellations and delays. No specific reason has been given for his resignation but easyJet Chief Executive Officer, John Lundgren said “I would like to thank Peter for his hard work and wish him well.” [read more]