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24/11/2020

European Business Aviation to Send Young Leaders to One Young World Global Youth Summit in Munich

Brussels, 24 November 2020. For the third year in a row, the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) is sending ten carefully selected inspired young leaders to represent the industry at the 2021 One Young World Summit in Munich.
European Business Aviation to Send Young Leaders to One Young World Global Youth Summit in Munich
16/11/2020

EU Aviation Maps a Sustainable, Post-Crisis Future in Round Table Report

Brussels, 16 November 2020. EBAA joins over 20 associations collectively representing the entire European aviation ecosystem to announce a joint commitment to work with policy makers to achieve net zero CO2 emissions by 2050, as part of a comprehensive collaborative analysis released today detailing ways aviation can recover sustainably and more resiliently from the COVID-19 crisis whilst supporting the European Union’s Green Deal objectives.
EU Aviation Maps a Sustainable, Post-Crisis Future in Round Table Report
29/10/2020

Canadian Business Aviation Association Joins Growing Sustainability Coalition

Brussels, 29 October 2020. The global Business Aviation Sustainable Aviation Fuel Coalition (SAF Coalition) today welcomed the inclusion of the Canadian Business Aviation Association (CBAA) , as part of a growing, unified effort behind a forward-looking business aviation sustainability agenda.
Canadian Business Aviation Association Joins Growing Sustainability Coalition

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29/09/2020

Business aviation’s first Sustainability Summit highlights focus areas for sustainable fuels growth

Brussels & Washington, 29 September 2020 – After a first-of-its-kind sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) summit, business aviation leaders have committed to redouble their focus on fostering the large-scale production and widespread adoption of SAF.
Business aviation’s first Sustainability Summit highlights focus areas for sustainable fuels growth
25/09/2020

Two working groups launched to accelerate Business aviation’s “green recovery” with creation of sustainability standards

25 September 2020, Brussels Furthering its commitment to help business aircraft operators and companies take substantial action on the UN Sustainable Development Goals, the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) has launched two working groups tasked with defining guidelines for the sector’s bold initiative S.T.A.R.S. – Standards & Training for Aviation Responsibility and Sustainability.
Two working groups launched to accelerate Business aviation’s “green recovery” with creation of sustainability standards
28/08/2020

Experts across supply chain to address first-ever Business aviation sustainability summit

28 August 2020, Brussels. Business aviation leaders will convene September 14-15 for a first-of-its-kind Virtual 2020 Business Aviation Sustainability Summit to discuss pathways to accelerate the market for sustainable aviation fuels (SAF), the cleaner-burning alternative fuel that, on a gallon-per-gallon basis, often reduce net lifecycle CO2 emissions in excess of 50%, versus conventional jet fuel.
Experts across supply chain to address first-ever Business aviation sustainability summit
19/08/2020

Coalition releases new sustainable aviation fuel guide as industry moves to accelerate use of lower-carbon alternative

19 August 2020, Brussels / Washington, D.C. The Business Aviation Coalition for Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF Coalition) today released a new informational guide detailing how industry leaders can incorporate sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) into their operations and accelerate the adoption of low-carbon fuels, while reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Coalition releases new sustainable aviation fuel guide as industry moves to accelerate use of lower-carbon alternative
23/07/2020

European aviation associations and EASA join to promote harmonised safe air travel during COVID-19

Geneva/Cologne/Brussels, 23 July 2020 – European Aviation Associations and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) agreed to strengthen efforts to ensure a consistent and safe travel experience for passengers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
European aviation associations and EASA join to promote harmonised safe air travel during COVID-19
15/07/2020

Online fraud increasing in private jet charter market, warns The ACA and EBAA

Brussels/London, 15 July 2020. Today The Air Charter Association (The ACA) and the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) issued a warning to the Business Aviation sector regarding an increase in online fraud, as the charter market opens up to new and returning users.
Online fraud increasing in private jet charter market, warns The ACA and EBAA
30/06/2020

Removing restrictions on travel to and within the EU: Business aviation urges European governments to collaborate closely

Brussels, 30 June 2020. As Europe prepares to reopen on 1 July, the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) today urged governments in the EU and the EFTA Member States, and the United Kingdom, to lift travel restrictions in a carefully coordinated manner.
Removing restrictions on travel to and within the EU: Business aviation urges European governments to collaborate closely
24/06/2020

EBAA joins united European aviation calls for support for green recovery from
COVID-19

24 June 2020, Brussels. With the gradual restarting of passenger air transport in the coming weeks, leaders from over a dozen air transport associations representing Europe’s aviation sector today issued an urgent call for EU leaders to prioritise specific decarbonisation initiatives in their allocation of future COVID-19 recovery funding.
EBAA joins united European aviation calls for support for green recovery from
COVID-19
19/05/2020

European aviation community calls for cooperation to ensure the safe integration of drones in European airspace

19 May 2020, Brussels. The European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) along with Europe’s leading aviation associations call on the European Commission to develop an inclusive and cooperative approach to ensure the safe integration of drones in the European airspace.
European aviation community calls for cooperation to ensure the safe integration of drones in European airspace
15/05/2020

EBAA and Aviation Week Network partner to create a digital, interactive European Business aviation content program

Last updated 20 May, Brussels. The European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) and Aviation Week Network, serving the global aviation, aerospace and defence industries, today announced the roll-out of a month-long interactive, digital content program focused on Business aviation in Europe, launching on 26 May 2020.
EBAA and Aviation Week Network partner to create a digital, interactive European Business aviation content program
14/05/2020

Business aviation welcomes the EC guidelines for restoring connectivity in Europe

14 May 2020, Brussels. The European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) welcomes and supports the guidelines published by the European Commission (EC) for the safe resuming of air travel in Europe, highlights that the success of the proposed strategy hinges on a coordinated and non-discriminatory implementation at the national level.
Business aviation welcomes the EC guidelines for restoring connectivity in Europe
05/05/2020

European Business aviation welcomes the delay for ADS-B compliance

5 May 2020, Brussels. Today, the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) warmly welcomed the decision by the European Commission to extend the deadline for ADS-B compliance by six months for business aviation operators.
European Business aviation welcomes the delay for ADS-B compliance
30/04/2020

Business aviation will help shape the post COVID-19 European recovery

30 April 2020, Brussels. Today, the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) urged European policy-makers and regulators to collaborate closely when defining rules for the safe reopening of air travel, as the Business Aviation sector is on the frontline of the pandemic and will help shape the European economic and social recovery.
Business aviation will help shape the post COVID-19 European recovery
09/04/2020

European Business Aviation applauds deferral of air traffic control charges

Last updated 9 April 2020, EUROCONTROL has published the Information Circular on the Deferral of Air Traffic Control (ATC) Charges announced on 7 April 2020.
European Business Aviation applauds deferral of air traffic control charges
02/04/2020

European Business aviation community calls for urgent safeguarding measures from European Institutions and national governments

2 April 2020 (Brussels). Today, the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA), the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA), as well as national associations together urged European policy-makers and regulators to protect the continuity and survival of the Business aviation sector in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
European Business aviation community calls for urgent safeguarding measures from European Institutions and national governments
18/03/2020

COVID-19: European Business aviation under threat

18 March 2020 (Brussels). The European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) respects the decision by European authorities to temporarily restrict non-essential travel, but calls on the European Commission, the Member States and Switzerland to consider all recovery and relief measures available to ensure business continuity for operators, airports and others in the business aviation industry.
COVID-19: European Business aviation under threat
13/03/2020

Response following the publication of the Sala accident report

13 March, 2020 (Brussels/London). The following response can be attributed to the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA), the British Business and General Aviation Association (BBGA) and The Air Charter Association (The ACA), following the publication of the Sala accident report conclusions by the UK’s Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB).
Response following the publication of the Sala accident report