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01/07/2020

Business aviation sustainability: Tax vs Carbon Offset

In this unprecedented global downturn, there are calls from some quarters to ensure that as part of the recovery and return to normal operations process, aircraft operators do so, whether they have received assistance or not, with an improved environmental profile.
Business aviation sustainability: Tax vs Carbon Offset
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
02/03/2020

Business aviation risk - memories, realities and possibilities

Business aviation risk - memories, realities and possibilities
12/02/2020

Business aviation and sustainability

Improving sustainability is a priority for most aviation companies, which are regularly cited as key contributors to climate change. Sustainability and good sustainable practices are becoming the norm for many organisations. EBAA and Business aviation are no exception.
Business aviation and sustainability
20/01/2020

Business aviation’s sustainability commitment highlighted at 2020 World Economic Forum

20 January, 2020 (Zürich). A global coalition focused on business aviation sustainability today welcomed two new carbon-reduction initiatives for Davos-bound flights at this year’s World Economic Forum (WEF), starting Jan. 21, 2020, in Davos, Switzerland.
Business aviation’s sustainability commitment highlighted at 2020 World Economic Forum
04/11/2019

European Business aviation response to UK Labour proposal to ban private jets

4 November 2019 (Brussels). The following response can be attributed to the European Business Aviation Association following the publication by The Guardian of a proposal to ban private jets from UK airports to encourage the development of electric alternatives.
European Business aviation response to UK Labour proposal to ban private jets
31/10/2019

Business aviation soaring to new heights in Malta

31 October 2019 (Valletta). As part of the premier edition of the Malta Aviation Conference and Exhibition (MACE - 30 October - 1 November in Valletta), the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) and Malta Business Aviation Association (MBAA) are putting corporate aviation centre stage, demonstrating the significant impact the industry has had in Malta’s rapid growth.
Business aviation soaring to new heights in Malta
11/09/2019

Business aviation joins forces with all EU aviation actors to create the airspace of tomorrow

11 September, 2019 (Brussels). Today the European Business Aviation sector signed the joint declaration on the Future of the European Sky, renewing its commitment to the Single European Sky and improving the European airspace.
Business aviation joins forces with all EU aviation actors to create the airspace of tomorrow
27/06/2019

EBAA welcomes Europe’s airports commitment to net zero CO2 emissions

27 June, 2019 (Brussels). The European Business Aviation Association warmly commends ACI EUROPE for their commitment to net zero CO2 emissions by 2050, indirectly supporting Europe's business aviation sector in achieving its own environmental and wider sustainability goals.
EBAA welcomes Europe’s airports commitment to net zero CO2 emissions
18/05/2019

Global Business aviation coalition showcases viability of Sustainable Alternative Jet Fuel

18 May, 2019 (Farnborough). At TAG Farnborough Airport, the global coalition of business aviation organizations behind the sustainable aviation fuel initiative joined forces to take the next important step in its journey to a lower carbon future.
Global Business aviation coalition showcases viability of Sustainable Alternative Jet Fuel