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Norse Atlantic Airways and Air Peace Ink Partnership for London-Lagos…

Norse Atlantic Airways on February 26 announced a new partnership with Nigeria's largest carrier Air Peace, introducing a new ACMI (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance, and Insurance) charter service connecting London and Lagos, Nigeria. Scheduled to commence in April 2024 for an…

IAG Announces Large e-SAF Deal With U.S. Company Twelve

The Madrid-based International Airlines Group (IAG), a holding corporation controlling five airlines (British Airways, Iberia, Aer Lingus, Vueling, and LEVEL), has reached a landmark agreement with e-SAF (Sustainable Aviation Fuel) producer Twelve for the purchase of 785,000 tons of sustainable…

Southwest Launches New SAF-Focused Subsidiary

Southwest on Wednesday announced the launch of Southwest Airlines Renewable Ventures (SARV), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the carrier focused on securing sustainable aviation fuel efforts. This initiative aligns with the Dallas-based airline's goal of replacing 10% of its total jet…

British Airways and South Africa’s CemAir Ink New Interline Agreement

British Airways has forged an interline partnership with CemAir, a South African regional airline, as announced in a press release on Monday. The collaboration aims to improve connections to leisure destinations exclusively served by CemAir and favored by British travelers.…

Airlines Operating Special Solar Eclipse Flights To Give Passengers a…

Some airlines are offering special flights to see April’s total solar eclipse, giving passengers a unique opportunity to witness the astronomical event from 30,000 feet. The April 8 eclipse — when the moon passes between the Earth and sun, blocking…