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Flexjet, 4AIR | May 18, 2021
Flexjet LLC, a global leader in fractional private jet travel, reported today that it has reached carbon-neutral flight operations as a result of its collaboration with 4AIR, the first and only rating system focusing on holistic sustainability in private aviation. Flexjet has been buying credits to offset carbon emissions from all flights booked by its US-based Owners since January 2021. Flexjet's checked credits will finance carbon offset projects that will negate the effect of emissions ge...
Jetex | August 23, 2021
Jetex, an award-winning global leader in executive aviation, continues to offer more ways of reducing carbon emissions of travel. The company began offering sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) produced by TotalEnergies in France, made from used cooking oil at Jetex Le Bourget, Paris, from June 2021.
SAF gives an impressive reduction of up to 90% in carbon emissions over the lifecycle of the fuel compared to traditional jet fuel it replaces and complies with RED sustainability criteria...
OpenAirlines | November 08, 2021
OpenAirlines introduces SkyBreathe Aircraft Performance Monitoring (APM), a new solution to help airlines continuously measure the performance of each aircraft in their fleet. The solution comes fully integrated with SkyBreathe® 360° eco-flying platform the leading solution in the marketplace that covers all fuel best practices in all areas of an airline for increased fuel savings and CO2 reduction.
Fuel burn contributes up to 30% of direct operating costs. Monitoring each...
Boeing | June 29, 2020
The Federal Aviation Administration began recertification flights of the Boeing 737 Max on Monday, a key step toward permitting the planes to return to service after two fatal crashes more than a year ago.
The 737 Max, Boeing’s bestseller, has been grounded worldwide since March 2019 after the crashes — one in Indonesia and another in Ethiopia — within five months of one another. All 346 people on the flights were killed in the crashes. Boeing has since changed a flight-...
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