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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
Qatar Airways grounds Airbus A350s as fuselage degrading
Qatar Airways said it grounded 13 Airbus A350s over what it described as fuselages "degrading at an accelerated rate" in the long-range aircraft, further escalating a monthslong dispute with the European airplane maker over the issue.
Russia: 28 feared dead after plane crash in country's far-east
All contact was lost with the plane, which was carrying 22 passengers and six crew in eastern Russia.
Germany-Russia flights to resume after suspension amid Belarus row
Flights were suspended on Tuesday and Wednesday amid escalating tensions between Russia and the West after Belarus diverted a passenger jet to arrest a dissident journalist.
Romania ex-dictator's plane sold for 120,000 euros
With "Socialist Republic of Romania" once emblazoned on its side, a Rombac plane belonging to Nicolae Ceausescu's fleet sold in an auction on Thursday.
Air-France-KLM launches first long-haul flight with eco-fuel
The passenger jet took off with sustainable fuel — petroleum mixed with a synthetic jet fuel derived from waste cooking oils — making up 16 per cent of its supply for the journey.
EU's top court rules against Ryanair over airlines' COVID bailouts
The Irish airline argued support member states provided to their flag carriers to weather the pandemic was in breach of EU state aid rules.
Miss flying? British Airways has you covered with its new meal kits
Chicken or beef? For those missing the routine of flying, BA’s meal kits could be a welcome taste of travel.
French billionaire MP Olivier Dassault dies in helicopter crash
"His brutal death is a great loss," said French President Emmanuel Macron.
Debris from US plane falls from sky over Denver homes
One resident said he saw a massive piece of debris fly past his window and into his truck, crushing the cab and pushing the vehicle into the dirt.
Meet Europe's grounded pilots looking for other work amid travel slump
Many commercial pilots, after years of training, are being forced to look for other forms of work, with the coronavirus pandemic decimating the travel industry and leaving aircraft grounded.
Boeing 737 Max aircraft set be cleared to resume flights in Europe
The aircraft was grounded worldwide in March 2019 after two deadly crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia.
Plane crash fatalities rose in 2020 despite COVID-19 pandemic
Five fatal passenger plane accidents resulted in the deaths of 299 people in 2020. The year before, 257 people lost their lives in eight fatal crashes.
World’s first supersonic fighter pilot Chuck Yeager dies aged 97
The first man to fly a plane faster than the speed of sound, Charles “Chuck” Yeagar, has died aged 97.
COVID-19 quarantine for travellers 'not effective', EU health agency
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Building on a breakthrough: Firm wants hydrogen plane to fly further
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Airbus unveils concepts for zero-emission planes powered by hydrogen
The European aerospace company aims to develop the world's first zero-emission commercial aircraft by 2035.
EU gives green light to €290 million state aid for Brussels Airlines
The EU's temporary state aid framework means the Belgian government can help the ailing national carrier avoid bankruptcy.