Aviation Sustainability…

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3 min readJun 7, 2022


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Here are a couple of articles that discuss the current thrust by the aviation industry to drive toward sustainable aviation. Aviation sustainability is generally about the ability of the aviation industry to continue forward and grow while at the same time having less impact on the environment. Below we share stories on sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) and a locally developed aircraft in India.

Sustainability: The Aviation Industry’s Roadmap to a Greener Future

While sustainability is sometimes thought of as an ecologically oriented concept, it is actually a comprehensive strategy that examines three elements — ecological, social, and economic, all of which must be taken into account in order to achieve long-term success.

By Zinal Dedhia | Stat Times

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Aviation H2 to acquire engines for hydrogen conversion

Australian-based Aviation H2, has gained further traction in its pursuit of creating what it says to be Australia’s first hydrogen-powered plane by mid 2023. The company announced last Wednesday (June 1), that it is set to acquire three engines to test its hydrogen-powered technology in the next four to six weeks.

By Charlie Currie | H2 View

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Sustainable Aviation Fuel Market Size Analysis, Industry Outlook, & Region Forecast till 2028

The report studies the factors influencing the growth of the industry in the global Sustainable Aviation Fuel Market and offers accurate predictions about the growth pattern. The report pays special attention to the key elements of the Sustainable Aviation Fuel Market, such as drivers, restraints, opportunities, threats, risks, limitations, and other aspects.

By Emergen | Digital Journal

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The Dornier 228: How This Indigenously-Produced Aircraft Can Revolutionise Commercial Aviation In India

Four-and-half years ago, the Narendra Modi government took a step that will go down as a turning point in the history of India’s civil aviation. The approval granted by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) for use of the indigenously-manufactured Dornier 228 for commercial purposes has started revolutionising air travel in the country.

By Jaideep Mazumdar | Swarajya Magazine

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