International Airlines Group: US green strategy ‘winning’ over EU approach

British Airways plane Heathrow
Aviation fuel suppliers will be required to provide a minimum share of SAF at EU airports, beginning at 2 per cent of fuel supplied by 2025 (Photo: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg)

The head of sustainability at IAG, owner of the British Airways and Iberia carriers, says the early disbursement of EU incentives would help to reduce the cost of sustainable aviation fuel and predicts deployment of hydrogen-powered aircrafts by 2030. As part of the battle to bring down global emissions, airlines are ...

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