Manufacturers are engaged in a fast-paced fight to deliver efficiency gains that outstrip projected industry growth
Reports suggest government recognises it will "struggle for numbers" if it forces parliamentary vote on controversial third runway
The German government has helped fund the world's only hydrogen/electric plane prototype, but could it really be the future of passenger air travel?
Green Fuels makes biofuels from waste oils - and it's planning to take its invention to the skies
Carbon emissions per passenger for every kilometre travelled dips below 80 grams for the first time
New sustainability strategy is a bold commitment to becoming a greener airport, but executives admit no one yet has the answers on whether carbon-neutral growth is really possible for the industry
Simon Blakey of the University of Sheffield explores some of the challenges that will need to be overcome if green aviation is to take-off
Airport unveils wide-ranging new sustainability strategy, vowing to switch to 100 per cent renewable power and improve local air quality
MPs say ministers are not doing enough to demonstrate how third runway would meet obligations on noise and air quality
Emissions information should be ranked next to flight prices to encourage greener travel choices, argues Lancaster University's Kim Kaivanto
Campaigners blast government claim Heathrow can be delivered under climate targets as 'wishful thinking'
US aerospace giant's chief sustainability officer John Mandyck highlights role of global airports and factories in cutting sector's emissions
Recent IATA deal to deliver a market-based mechanism for tackling emissions looks set to be a boon for renewables investment, argues GCube's Jatin Sharma
REA's Dr Nina Skorupska welcomes the government's recent investment in green vehicles, but warns more must be done to deliver much needed progress on aviation and biofuels
Lord Deben writes to Business Secretary Greg Clark to voice fears that government's current business case for Heathrow expansion assumes an increase in emissions
Charge point supplier strikes deal with parking firm Airpark to help relieve anxiety about returning from holiday to a flat battery
2,590 panel project installed at UTC Aerospace Systems's CTG site in Banbury
Heathrow expansion faces host of potential legal challenges on air quality, noise and climate - Is Boris Johnson right, is a third runway undeliverable?
'This is a dark day for local communities, and suggests a reckless disregard for the climate change damage that a new runway will bring'
Government accused of 'flying in face' of environmental commitments as Heathrow expansion cleared for take-off
Parliament and public still to have their say, but green groups slam decision for making 'little business and no environmental sense'
Environmental Audit Committee urges government to provide a clear plan to reduce emissions from aviation in line with climate targets
September 2015 memo by former Number 10 adviser emerges suggesting government "did not yet have answer" on air quality
If the government wants Heathrow expansion, why hasn't an aviation climate strategy been cleared for take-off?
The government appears willing to approve a new runway without so much as a fig leaf to cover the embarrassing space where a credible green aviation strategy should be
New analysis from S&P suggests airlines could be in line for 'significant added costs' over the long term if decarbonisation plans fail to take off