BRUSSELS ENCOURAGES THE USE OF SUSTAINABLE AVIATION FUEL TO CUT 55% OF EMISSIONS BY 2030

Chris Grad -
The European Commission will encourage the use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) through tax exemption, as proposed last week within the new plan known as “Fit for 55”, with which EC wants to achieve ...

CRUISE INDUSTRY MAKES HARDLY ANY PROGRESS IN CLIMATE PROTECTION

Nils Kraus -
According to the latest cruise ranking presented by NABU in Hamburg, the most significant issues plaguing the cruise industry are rising greenhouse gas emissions and severe air pollution. However, the ...

SUSTAINABLE TOURISM PUT TO THE TEST

The two years of the pandemic and the cohorts of restrictions have not changed anything: travel is still a dream come true. And holidays are more popular than ever, as the latest barometer from the Wo ...

LUXURIOUS EXPERIENCE – MORE PEOPLE FLY ON VACATION BY PRIVATE JET

The fear of Corona and the chaos at many airports have changed travel. Those who can afford it fly on vacation by private jets. The demand in the segment is currently taking off. Long lines at check- ...

A DIFFICULT RELAUNCH FOR THE PASSENGER AIR TRANSPORT IN EUROPE

Justin N. Froyd -
In the air transport sector, efficient low-cost carriers such as Ryanair and Wizz Air are gearing up for an ever-intensive competition in Europe's skies. Both airlines have ordered hundreds of additio ...