We’d like to welcome you to INQ, Crikey’s ambitious new inquiry journalism initiative. Starting June 24, INQ investigative reporting — lifting the rocks, connecting the dots, following the money trail and exposing misuse of power — will appear regularly in Crikey.
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Tamsin Creed, Publisher
Making clean fuel is one thing, and Virgin is taking on the other essential of getting it into the fuel tanks
Despite the kowtowing to climate change deniers seen in public life, Airbus is defying the high tide of political ignorance
There are good reasons why Virgin Australia and Air New Zealand are pursuing home grown jet grade biofuels in issuing a Request for Information or RFI today in both countries.
Lufthansa has formally taken delivery of its first Airbus A320 NEOs even though the new tech upgrade to the single aisle jet has been in service with the German airline since early in the New Year.
An easyJet/Cranfield University proposal to use a hydrogen fuel cell to haul its jets around taxiways to save fuel and fossil carbon emissions comes with numbers that could mean big savings on short haul routes like Sydney-Melbourne.
Cathay Pacific isn’t the only airline seized by the need to reduce fossil sourced carbon emissions, but its 2014 Sustainable Development Report may be the most lucid and honest account of what a major airline is doing, and how, overall, it may yet fail.
Qantas has made a gesture toward a carbon neutral airline industry today which is far more important than its media release suggests!
While there are many off colour jokes about airline catering and road kill, Boeing’s historic green diesel flight in its ecoDemonstrator 787 this week used a fuel that could have been refined completely from waste animal fats.
A radical yet old engine concept is approaching its moment of truth in Toulouse today, and it could make life much quieter for those living near airports