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Global initiative introduces first proposal to reduce airplane pollution
International Civil Aviation Organisation plan of 4% fuel reduction of new aircraft starting in 2028 not enough to halt emissions, environmental groups say
Easyjet's hybrid 'plane of the future' set for takeoff
The UK's largest airline has unveiled plans to develop a hybrid plane featuring a hydrogen fuel cell which could save around 50,000 tonnes of fuel a year.
Travel and tourism industry ramps up global climate action
The world's largest travel and tourism companies have improved their carbon efficiency by 20% in the past 10 years and are on course to cut carbon emissions by 50% by 2035, according to a major new industry report.
TUI plans to 'step lightly' with aviation emissions
The world's largest travel and tourism business has embarked upon an ambitious new sustainability strategy with a particular focus on next-generation fuel development to slash airline emissions.
Environmental case for new Heathrow runway has 'Airbus-sized holes'
The Airport Commission's recommendation to build a third runway at Heathrow Airport has been labelled a "hugely damaging decision" and a "backward step on climate change" by green groups.
Virgin Atlantic decouples profitability from carbon
Virgin Atlantic has cut its carbon intensity by 2% in the past year thanks its growing fleet of fuel-efficient aircraft.