Fuels of the Future: aireg to showcase market-ready alternative aviation fuels technologies
As part of the 12th International Congress "Fuels of the Future" aireg demonstrates how the necessary infrastructure can be created in order to strengthen the sustainability of aviation.
Lufthansa Group aircraft fly from Oslo on biokerosene
From next year the Lufthansa Group will be fuelling their aircraft at Oslo airport with a biokerosene mixture. The Company is thus pushing forward along the path of research, testing and use of alternative fuels that it started on over four years ago.
German Government misses chance for a more climate friendly aviation
The Action Plan Climate Protection 2020 which the German Federal Government adopted today misses a chance to establish climate-friendly fuels in aviation. Sustainable alternatives like biojet fuel offer the greatest potential to minimize CO2 emissions and increase long-term security of supply.
aireg elects Manfred Aigner as President for Science and Research
The General Assembly of the German aireg unanimously elected Prof. Dr.-Ing. Manfred Aigner as its new president for science and research during its meeting in Leipzig on November 20th. Manfred Aigner is director of the Institute of Combustion Technology at the German Aerospace Center DLR.