Even partial implementation of tailored arrival profiles for aircraft can lead to substantial fuel savings and a reduction of carbon emissions, according to a Boeing study of a two-year trial involving six airlines operating Boeing 747 and 777 aircraft into San Francisco International Airport. The results of the Boeing analysis are encouraging the FAA to introduce the landing procedures in coastal U.S. airports, said Victoria Cox, the FAA’s senior VP-NextGen & operations planning. ...
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