LanzaJet welcomes new investor Shell Leading sustainable fuels technology company and sustainable fuels producer, LanzaJet Inc., announced that Shell has joined as an investor in the company to advance global growth, accelerate commercialization of its technology, and scale the production of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF).
London Biggin Hill to offer SAF London Biggin Hill Airport is expanding its fuel services with the addition of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF), supplied by Air bp.
SITA helps Cyprus with EU ATC standard SITA, the global IT provider for the air transport industry, is helping Cyprus comply with an EU-mandated air traffic control (ATC) standard that uses digital messages instead of voice communications for routine airspace clearances.
Textron Aviation launches Special Olympics Airlift in support of 2022 USA Games Textron Aviation has launched its signature industry endeavor - the Special Olympics Airlift (SOA) - and has begun its call for Cessna Citation, Beechcraft King Air, Beechcraft Premier, Beechjet and Hawker owners and operators to help transport more than 4,000 athletes and coaches from across the nation to the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games in Orlando, Florida.
Centreline introduces SAF as part of carbon neutral flight strategy Bristol UK-based aviation business Centreline AV Limited, has partnered with Air bp to supply Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) from its FBO at Bristol Airport.
Satcom Direct and Polaris Aero team up to strengthen flight risk assessment for business aviation Satcom Direct is teaming up with Polaris Aero, the flight risk analysis and safety management system (SMS) provider to enhance the risk assessment and mitigation process for mutual SD and Polaris customers.
AEROCOR leads VLJ sales four years running Light jet brokerage firm AEROCOR, announces record setting numbers for 2020 as the firm completed 58 transactions, 31 of which occurred during the fourth quarter. This makes AERCOR the global leader in Very Light Jet sales for the fourth year running.
CharterSync sees rapid growth as UK air cargo operators grapple with EU permit process CharterSync, the air cargo charter platform, has seen significant growth since 1st January as UK air cargo operators have struggled to cope with the challenge of securing post-Brexit UK-EU flight permits.
Air bp reaches first milestone in implementing carbon emissions reducing start-stop technology Air bp has announced that all its fuel hydrant dispenser vehicles in Portugal now have stop-start technology. This is the first country in Air bp’s operated network to achieve the milestone and forms one element of the business’s carbon management plan.
American Aero continues support of Navy SEAL Foundation for eigth consecutive year Nearly 200 Naval Special Warfare (NSW) operators transition off active duty every year, including a growing number of retirees who entered service after the attacks of 9/11
ExecuJet Africa re-establishes its aircraft sales division ExecuJet Africa, part of the Luxaviation Group, is announcing the reinstatement of its aircraft sales and acquisitions offering, with an increase in demand from current clients.
bp and Qantas form strategic partnership to advance net zero emissions Qantas and bp have announced a strategic partnership to further advance their shared net zero ambitions. Through the collaboration, the companies will work together on opportunities to reduce carbon emissions in the aviation sector and contribute to the development of a sustainable aviation fuel industry in Australia.
Eve-led aviation consortium joins UK CAA to develop Urban Air Mobility concept of operations A consortium of urban air mobility and aviation companies has commenced work on a concept of operations for integrating air taxis and electric vertical take-off and landing vehicles (eVTOLs) into the UK’s airspace.
Urban Air Mobility ‘must incorporate the needs of disabled citizens’ Regulators, local authorities and industry groups will need to incorporate the views and priorities of disabled groups in their early planning phase if the promise - and full market value - of advanced air mobility (AAM) and urban air mobility (UAM) systems are to be fully realised, according to a white paper published today by Aerobility and CIVATAglobal.
Luxaiation Group adopts leading new FlySkills hygiene standards Luxaviation is now implementing higher standards of safe travel than ever before by securing the FlySkills Hygiene Certification (FHC) across the Group’s regional operators as well as their fixed-base operations (FBOs), managed by ExecuJet.
Signature, Neste and NetJets celebrate official launch of SAF with ceremonial first gallons at SFO and LTN A practical solution to help business aviation reach its carbon emissions goals has arrived. Signature Flight Support, through its company-wide Signature Renew program, and Neste are making low emission, renewable fuel a reality for business aviation, starting with the first two locations of Signature’s worldwide network.
Swissport demonstrates handling of Covid-19 vaccine In preparation for the global distribution of Covid-19 vaccines, Swissport has put its facilities and processes to the test. Its Brussels cargo team demonstrated their ability to handle temperature sensitive air cargo in a dry-run under real-conditions and under the eyes of experts and trade reporters at the company's state-of-the-art Swissport Pharma Center.
Inflite The Jet Centre welcomes On Air Dining Inflite The Jet Centre (ITJC), part of the Inflite Group of companies, based at London Stansted Airport, has welcomed executive aviation inflight caterer On Air Dining as a new inhouse service provider.
First insights from DFS drone detection tests DFS, the German air navigation service provider, together with its project partners - the operators of Frankfurt Airport (Fraport AG) and Munich Airport (Flughafen München GmbH) - has concluded a large-scale test of drone detection systems at the two busiest airports in Germany.
CBAA joins growing sustainability coalition The global Business Aviation Sustainable Aviation Fuel Coalition (SAF Coalition) has welcomed the inclusion of the Canadian Business Aviation Association (CBAA), as part of a growing, unified effort behind a forward-looking business aviation sustainability agenda.
World Fuel surpasses 1.2m gallons of SAF delivered to Gulfstream World Fuel Services has delivered more than 1.2 million gallons of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to support Gulfstream Aerospace’s environmental sustainability journey.
Paws for thought with Finnish airport operator Last month saw Finnish operator, Finavia, welcome some canine companions as part of state-funded efforts to detect travellers with coronavirus at Helsinki Airport.
CAE becomes first Canadian aerospace company to become carbon neutral CAE announced that it has become carbon neutral as of September 28, 2020, proudly becoming the first Canadian aerospace company to reach this goal.
SD unveils new Network Operations Center Satcom Direct (SD) has unveiled the completed upgrade to its Network Operations Center (NOC) at SD World Headquarters in Melbourne, Forida.
Hi Fly delivers 45 tons of humanitarian aid and medical equipment to Beirut The Mirpuri Foundation and Hi Fly have teamed up again, this time to deliver humanitarian aid and medical equipment to Beirut, Lebanon, after the city was devastated by a huge chemical explosion.
Air bp delivers 210 tonnes of sustainable aviation fuel to Stockholm Arlanda Airport Air bp, the international aviation fuel products and services supplier, has delivered 210 tonnes of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to Swedish airport operator, Swedavia, at Stockholm Arlanda Airport (ARN/ESSA).
Signature, Neste, and NetJets establish strategic SAF partnership Cognizant of the important and active role that private aviation plays in environmental responsibility, Signature Flight Support announces the introduction of Signature Renew, a company-wide global sustainability initiative to innovate and invigorate the journey toward net-zero carbon emissions.
Shell introduces first industry solution to meet SAP-free refuelling deadline Shell Aviation, working with filtration experts FAUDI Aviation, has launched Shell Jet Protection, the only Superabsorbent Polymer (SAP)-free refuelling system available to the aviation industry today.
On Air Dining bounces back at Farnborough and Stansted While remaining open during the COVID-19 lockdown, On Air Dining’s focus on investment and efficiency has led to July and August revenues being 45% ahead of projections and trending higher than the London private aviation recovery rate.
Business jet sales soar this Summer The pace of used aircraft sales picked up sharply in June and July after April/May doldrums brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and its economic impact.
Air bp and Neste to offer increased volume of sustainable aviation fuel in Europe Air bp and Neste, the world’s largest producer of renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuels (SAF), have signed an agreement to offer an increased volume of sustainable aviation fuel to airport customers in 2020 and 2021.
Air bp supplies sustainable aviation fuel for Airbus delivery flights Air bp is collaborating with Airbus to supply sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) for delivery flights from Airbus’ facility at Hamburg Finkenwerder Airport (XFW/EDHI). The first aircraft are two Air Transat A321LR destined for Montreal, Canada.
Jetcraft first to offer MicroShield 360 antimicrobial treatment by F/LIST Leading business jet sales and acquisitions company, Jetcraft, is the launch customer for interiors specialist F/LIST’s Microshield 360 treatment program, which protects against SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) and other pathogens that may otherwise live on cabin surfaces.
Neste delivers sustainable aviation fuel to San Francisco International Neste, the world's largest producer of renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) produced from waste and residue raw materials, has delivered its first batch of sustainable aviation fuel to San Francisco International Airport (SFO) via pipeline, where it will be used by major airlines committed to reducing carbon emissions.
Air bp hits 250,000 fuelling milestone with Airfield Automation technology Air bp has passed a milestone of 250,000 fuellings using its Airfield Automation digital technology. The landmark fuelling took place in Adelaide, Australia, when the business supplied Jet A-1 (with fuel system icing inhibitor) to The Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS).
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