Ryanair Group CEO: ‘I think we’ll get to 10%’ of operations to be used with SAF by 2030

Ryanair Group CEO Michael O’Leary said it believes it can “do better” than the European Union‘s target of 5% of services to be used with sustainable aviation fuel

airBaltic outlines top ancillary products for summer 2021

airBaltic announced (21-Oct-2021) its most popular ancillary services during summer 2021 were checked baggage, advanced seat reservation and pre-order and inflight food sales. The airline also

Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to implement sustainable taxiing to improve local air quality

Amsterdam Schiphol Airport announced (21-Oct-2021) it is collaborating with other Dutch aviation sector stakeholders to investigate extra measures to improve local air quality, by reducing the

Norwegian: Restrictions lifted on CashPoints rewards effective 01-Nov-2021

Norwegian announced (21-Oct-2021) it will lift restrictions on the use of CashPoints effective 01-Nov-2021, in line with recovery of demand and positive future booking trends. As

Bow-Tie Briefing – myth-buster of net-zero (part 5)

In our last edition of bow-tie briefing, the discussion was focused on the development of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF). This time, the emphasis will still

Industry Intelligence – catch up on CAPA’s exclusive market analysis insights

Each week, CAPA – Centre for Aviation produces informative, thought provoking and detailed market analysis of the aviation industry. With supporting data included in every

GBTA reports increased optimism from the business travel sector

Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) reported (21-Oct-2021) its Oct-2021 business travel sector survey found 52% of industry respondents reported more optimism compared to Sep-2021. 66% of

OAG: Global seats for sale still sitting below 80 million per week

OAG reported (18-Oct-2021) global scheduled airline seats on sale for the week commencing 18-Oct-2021 of 79.1 million seats, a slight week on week decline. OAG noted European markets

Finnair ‘fully committed’ to strengthening Asian network, plans increased US capacity in short term

Finnair CEO Topi Manner said the carrier is “looking for possibilities to redeploy capacity” to North America temporarily, in line with restrictions limiting travel to Asia (Routes Online,

Brussels Airport becomes 50% shareholder in skeyes’ drone subsidiary SkeyDrone

Brussels Airport Company and skeyes signed (19-Oct-2021) an agreement whereby Brussels Airport will own 50% less one share in SkeyDrone, a subsidiary of skeyes. SkeyDrone offers a range of services that enable

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