Industry Sets Sights on Net-Zero Emissions Targets

Qantas reached a deal to purchase blended SAF to use in its flights from London Heathrow Airport through at least the end of 2022.
Credit: Qantas
Early in 2022, the effects of newer and more stringent net-zero carbon targets for commercial aviation are being coupled with actions that will significantly change what it means to be a sustainable airline. Denmark wants all of its domestic aviation to be fossil-free by 2030, potentially through a...
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