Hong Kong-based airline Cathay Pacific said it has launched Asia’s first major corporate sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) programme with PetroChina and Shell supplying the fuel.
Helicopter operator Bristow (NYSE: VTOL) has posted a set of “disappointing financial results” as a combination of issues, including Hurricane Ida, dented profits.
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A UK-backed research group unveiled a design for a liquid hydrogen-powered airliner theoretically capable of matching the performance of current midsize aircraft without producing carbon emissions.
A UK-first green hydrogen scheme has been unveiled to decarbonise heat and power at Kirkwall Airport in Orkney.
Orkney is to become a “living laboratory” in a £3.7 million scheme to establish the UK’s first operationally-based low-carbon flight test centre.
Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike has personally overseen the arrest of two pilots from Caverton Offshore Support Group for illegally moving people into the Nigerian state.
A flight in Kenya carrying Tullow Oil workers has made an emergency landing following an engine failure.
Shell has signed an agreement with Viva Energy Australia Pty Ltd (“Viva Energy”) for the sale of Shell Aviation Australia Pty Ltd for a total transaction value of approximately $250million.
Low world oil prices may not be such good news for airlines after all, according to aviation analysts. Airlines’ fuel bills are falling, but the low prices could signal a downturn in the global economy and consequently could lead to less demand for air travel, said aviation data analysts OAG. So 2015 could be “a challenging year for aviation” OAG’s executive vice president John Grant said.