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An Israeli start-up successfully conducted the first test flight of its all-electric plane called "Alice".
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Google accused of ‘airbrushing’ parts of your flight's climate impact
Aviation accounts for 3.5 per cent of human-caused global warming. Campaigners worry the non-CO2 impacts are now being ignored.
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Western sanctions force Russia to cannibalise planes for spare parts
Western sanctions mean tech on passenger aircraft cannot be updated, forcing Russia to strip grounded planes for parts to keep others flying.
Flight delays after technical glitch closes Swiss airspace
Switzerland has reopened its airspace, following a short closure Wednesday morning due to a 'breakdown' at air traffic control.
‘Risk of insider threat’, says UK minister speeding up airport hiring
It is hoped that hiring more staff will stop airport ‘chaos’ ahead of the summer.
Spain is testing out a traffic control system for drones
The flight test is trialling a platform that aims to minimise collisions by detecting when drones fly too close too each other and proposing evasive manoeuvres to pilots.
World’s largest plane is ‘demolished’ by Russian troops in Ukraine
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US charges Belarus with air piracy in reporter's arrest
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The new jet-set: How COVID-19 is causing a boom in private air travel
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Aviation warned it must try harder to recruit women into top jobs
Gender equality in senior roles within the aviation industry is a problem that must be solved, said a leading group for women in the workplace.
Mustard-powered planes could cut carbon emissions by nearly 70%
Research shows that plant-based, sustainable jet fuel could be a “game-changer” in replacing petroleum.
Meet the man who’s aiming to change the face of aviation
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'First-ever commercial plant making clean jet fuel' opens in Germany
The 'climate-friendly' jet fuel is much more expensive than kerosene.
Five of Europe’s airports are 'emitting more CO2 combined than Sweden'
A tracker documenting the CO2 emissions of airports around the world shows the annual emissions, which are largely tax free, of five of Europe’s biggest airports, amount to more than the annual emissions of Sweden.
Euronews debates | Will flying ever be green?
As part of European Mobility Week, Euronews hosted a live debate on the future of aviation, with experts helping us to answer this pressing question: 'Will flying ever be green?'
US aviation watchdog halts Virgin Galactic flights pending inquiry
The Federal Aviation Authority is suspending all Virgin Galactic flights until after it investigates why owner Richard Branson's July flight went off-course.