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Boeing Completes Successful First Flight of 737 MAX 9

MAX program on track and on time for first deliveries in 2018 Seattle, April 13, 2017: The Boeing 737 MAX 9 completed its first flight today

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First Flight: Airbus A319neo Takes to the Skies

Smallest member of the A320neo Family powered by CFM LEAP-1A engines Hamburg, March 31, 2017: The first Airbus A319neo performed its maiden flight today. The smallest member of

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Neste Welcomes EPA Decision on Renewable Fuel Volume for 2017

US Agency to implement renewable fuel volume requirements as decided in November 2016   March 21, 2017: The Regulatory Freeze Pending Review by the new US

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Neste: Renewable Diesel Helped Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions by a Staggering 6.7 Million Tons in 2016

March 9, 2017: Neste is the world’s leading company producing renewable diesel from waste and residues. Its low-carbon Neste MY Renewable Diesel refined from renewable raw materials helped its users

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Boeing 737 MAX 8 Earns FAA Certification

First 737 MAX family member on track for customer deliveries  Renton, Wash., March 9, 2017: Boeing announced today that FAA has certified the 737 MAX 8 airplane for commercial service. Boeing

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Embraer Rolls Out the E195-E2

New airliner will save up to 24% in fuel    São José dos Campos, SP, March 7, 2017: In a ceremony held today at the

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Boeing Celebrates Rollout of First 737 MAX 9

First deliveries scheduled in 2018 Renton, Wash., March 7, 2017: Boeing marked a milestone today as the first 737 MAX 9 made its debut in front of thousands of

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Schiphol: International Award for Noise-Reducing Park 

Reducing ground noise by ground ridge expansion Amsterdam, Schiphol, March 1, 2017: H+N+S Landschapsarchitecten and Royal Schiphol Group are the winners of the Jay Hollingsworth Speas Airport Award for the

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Boeing Debuts 787-10 Dreamliner

First deliveries to customers in 2018 North Charleston, S.C., February 17, 2017: The third and largest member of the 787 Dreamliner family, the Boeing 787-10, made its

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Air India Becomes Latest A320neo Operator

15 percent in fuel savings from day one Toulouse, February 16, 2017: Air India has become the latest A320neo operator after taking delivery of the first of 14 aircraft

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Airport Carbon Accreditation:

Schiphol Airport Renews at Level 3+ Neutrality Amsterdam, February 14, 2017: Amsterdam Airport Schiphol renewed the Level 3+ Neutrality of Airport Carbon Accreditation. This is the highest possible accreditation

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NASA: Prototype Air Traffic Tool Ready for Airborne Workout

New sustainable ‘Flight Deck Interval Management’ system to save fuel, flight time and money   Seattle, February 2, 2017: In a series of flights called Air Traffic Management Technology Demonstration-1  (ATD-1),

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ATR and Sweden’s BRA Perform First ATR Biofuel Flight 

Biofuels from different types of wood could make domestic air traffic in Sweden completely fossil-free Stockholm, February 1, 2017: An ATR 72-600 of the Swedish carrier

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United Airlines Honored as ‘Eco-Airline of the Year’

Highest recognition from ‘Air Transport World’ magazine for its leadership in environmental action Chicago, January 24, 2017: For the second time since launching its industry-leading Eco-Skies program, United

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GE Aviation GE9X: CMC – a Clear Cool Winner

Second phase of fuel-efficient Ceramic Matrix Composite component testing is complete Evendale, OH, January 19, 2017: The second phase of GE9X CMC (Ceramic Matrix Composite) component testing in a

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