Following Singapore’s lead of flying a “green” flight between Asia and the U.S., Air France reports it was able to cut 2-3 metric tons of jet fuel by doing something similar on a transatlantic route. The airline combined a variety of fuel savings measures on a Boeing 747-400 flight between its Paris Charles de Gaulle hub and Miami. U.S. and European regulators, air navigation service providers and others combined efforts to reduce fuel burn and consequently carbon dioxide output during ...

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