Delta Air Lines and JetBlue Airways have each signed large offtake agreements with new producers of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) as both airlines aim to convert at least 10% of their annual jet fuel usage to low-carbon alternatives by 2030.
U.S. lawmakers eager to see the FAA wrap up a long-awaited rework of aviation technician education standards are pressuring the agency to meet its latest scheduled release date, which is months after the deadline set by law.
Daily Memo: Domestic Vaccine Travel Mandate Would Do More Harm Than Good
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When the U.S. reopens its borders in November to international air travelers, all incoming foreign nationals will be required to be vaccinated, and to have had a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of departure to the U.S.
Europe’s airlines prepare long-haul networks for U.S. reopening, airlines commit to timely refunds after pandemic highlights issue, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue boost SAF commitments and more. Take a look at the daily roundup of air transport news.
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