25 January 2021

Airbus forced to quarantine 500 staff in Hamburg after COVID-19 outbreak

Airbus has been forced to quarantine 500 of its 12,000-strong workforce at its Hamburg-Finkenwerder, Germany site after 21 individuals tested positive for the COVID-19 coronavirus. As of yet it is not known if this is an outbreak of the more virulent variant that has been spreading rapidly throughout Europe from the U.K. These members of […]

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Annette Mann heads Corporate Responsibility unit at Lufthansa Group

Since the beginning of the year, Annette Mann has headed the newly established unit of Corporate Responsibility at the Lufthansa Group. In this function, she is responsible for the further development, management and implementation of a holistic and Group-wide sustainability program. This includes, in particular, measures for climate-neutral flying, the optimization of the entire travel

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American to update current livery with new, mica-free paint color created for Silver Eagle™

Starting this month, American Airlines’ aircraft approach their regularly scheduled paint refresh date. American will begin repainting them with a new, non-mica gray paint that looks nearly identical to what is soaring across the skies today, but is less expensive, lighter, more fuel efficient, and better for the environment. The repaint will update American’s current

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German air traffic industry adjusts mandatory mask-wearing requirement with effect from February 1, 2021

As hereby communicated by the Board of Airline Representatives in Germany (BARIG), the association of national and international airlines in Germany, the German air traffic industry adjusts the rules regarding compulsory mask wearing. This means that as of February 1, 2021, all passengers, including children as from six years, at German airports as well as

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Boeing sets ambitious target to advance long-term sustainability of commercial aviation

Boeing is setting an ambitious target to advance the long-term sustainability of commercial aviation, committing that its commercial airplanes are capable and certified to fly on 100% sustainable aviation fuels by 2030. Boeing has previously conducted successful test flights replacing petroleum jet fuel with 100% sustainable fuels to address the urgent challenge of climate change.

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