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Lufthansa Cargo Launches Regular Carbon Neutral Flight

Lufthansa Cargo, the cargo arm of German flag carrier Lufthansa, and DB Schenker, one of the world’s leading logistics providers, have announced the launch of the first regular carbon-neutral cargo flight. The announcement follows the first carbon-neutral freighter flights operated by the two companies in November 2020. The carbon-neutral cargo flight operates between Frankfurt, Germany and Shanghai, China. The flight launched April 1 using one of Lufthansa Cargo’s Boeing 777F aircraft. Representatives of both Lufthansa Cargo and DB Schenker said…

KLM Operates World’s First Flight Using Synthetic Kerosene

KLM has announced that it has operated the world's first passenger flight using sustainable synthetic kerosene. The flight operated between Amsterdam Schiphol and Madrid Barajas airports and used 500 liters of synthetic kerosene. The news was announced at the international conference on Synthetic Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) in The Hague.…

Boeing Commits To Enabling Jets To Fly On 100% Sustainable…

U.S. aircraft manufacturer Boeing has announced a very challenging and important target that it is setting for itself. By the end of this decade, the company wants to make sure that all the aircraft being manufactured at its facilities will be able to fly using 100% sustainable fuels. Boeing has…

How KLM Will Ensure Sustainable Operations Going Into the Future

In the aviation industry,  the ability to transport and satisfy the passengers timely and efficiently while still being able to pay the employees and make a profit are the ultimate goals for operating an airline. However, for the Air France-KLM group, their goals and visions for the aviation industry after…