Airports Experiment With Diesel-Free Ramp Equipment

EasyJet partnered with Bristol Airport to test the use of electric ground vehicles for near-zero emission aircraft turnarounds.
Credit: EasyJet
Airport ramps will become quieter and cleaner as diesel-powered ground support equipment is gradually replaced by electrical units. Airport operators understand that part of their task in reducing emissions means replacing equipment that has been part of the apron scenery for decades. Everything...
Alan Dron

Based in London, Alan is Europe & Middle East correspondent at Air Transport World.

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