Virgin Atlantic's historic flight on 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) takes off from London Heathrow to New York JFK today, marking the culmination of a year of radical collaboration, to demonstrate the capability of SAF as a safe drop-in replacement for fossil-derived jet fuel, compatible with today's engines, airframes and fuel infrastructure.
At 1:18 pm Beijing time on November 26, Hainan Airlines' non-stop flight HU729 from Beijing to Boston departed from Beijing Capital International Airport and landed at Boston's Logan International Airport at 2:09 pm local time. The event marks the successful resumption of Hainan Airlines' first China-US route since the COVID-19 outbreak and represents the airline's seventh intercontinental route originating from Beijing.
The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) has announced that its 2,100 flight attendant members at Air Transat have a strike mandate. It was approved during general meetings by a nearly unanimous vote of 99.8%, by far the highest tally in the history of the Air Transat Component of CUPE.
'This is not solely an aviation challenge. Governments, SAF producers, investors and all stakeholders need to collaborate to accelerate the development and adoption of SAF, to ensure a more sustainable and resilient sector.'
The inaugural flight is slated to depart from Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport at 2:30 AM Beijing time on November 28, touching down at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport at 7:20 AM Paris time on the same day.
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The NZIA is a pivotal piece of legislation that will Support the deployment of manufacturing technologies necessary for decarbonisation in the EU and help achieve its ambitious 2030 and 2050 climate targets.
Toronto Pearson and Ottawa passengers now connected to Central Florida
New ASQ 2023 Global Traveller Survey report provides key insights into the evolution of traveller behaviours and expectations
With the recent surge in remote work and the evolving travel landscape, shoulder seasons no longer signify a drop in ticket sales for attractions. In fact, data from Tripit predicts that international flights will double in volume in the fall of 2023, indicating a strong opportunity for sales growth throughout the year.