Heathrow on hold as Court of Appeal blocks third runway ruling – London and England set to slip behind European peers for connectivity

London’s Heathrow Airport is one of the biggest most recognised hub facilities across the globe. But having already lost its title as the world’s largest…..

AENA backs the benefits of photovoltaics and now aims to replicate its Spanish solar farm policy at airports across Brazil

In some ways you would believe that airports are the logical places to position solar panel farms. There is often a lot of unused space,…..

Swede’s electric – Swedavia takes the lead in encouraging electric aviation

“Are friends electric?” asked Gary Numan in Tubeway Army’s 1979 hit. Swedavia seems to believe you can win friends, in what must be the hardest…..

Airbus reveals MAVERIC, a disruptive blended wing body scale model technological demonstrator that already has more than six months of testing

Airbus says it is leveraging emerging technologies to pioneer the future of flight and testing disruptive aircraft configurations to evaluate their potential as viable future…..

British Airways may take the headlines for fastest subsonic trans-Atlantic crossing, but it is Virgin Atlantic’s own flight that should gain plaudits

There has been a lot of media attention on British Airways setting a new fastest subsonic flight time across the trans-Atlantic with a 4 hour…..

Aviation and carbon emissions – the pressure grows for net zero: are we doing enough?

School strikes by students in support of government action on climate change; a new popular environmental campaign (Extinction Rebellion) occupying central London for 11 days…..

Delivering on sustainability will become ‘a cost of doing business’ for the airline industry

JetBlue Airways recently drew a line in the sand in its efforts to combat global warming by declaring that its domestic flights in 2020 would…..