Gap between the most and least fuel efficient transatlantic airlines has increased over past three years, finds ICCT study

Norwegian Air Boeing 787

Mon 17 Sept 2018 – Transatlantic airline fuel efficiency between 2014 and 2017 improved by an average 1 per cent per year as a result of the use of new aircraft with lower fuel burn but is less than the industry goal, finds a new study by the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT).

Finnair study finds travelling public would pay extra to reduce environmental impact of flights

Half of Finnair’s long-haul fleet is now comprised of the fuel-efficient Airbus A350

Mon 13 Aug 2018 – According to a consumer research study by Finnair, almost all Finns – 94% – want to reduce the emissions from their air travel and three-quarters are willing to pay extra as part of the ticket price, but want the charge to be used directly for environmental purposes.