Science agency says Australia and New Zealand have sufficient non-food sources to produce commercially viable quantities of biofuel
New Airbus "sharklet" wing design to reduce fuel use by 3.5 per cent
Wing attachments to save airline 7m litres of fuel annually, 19 per cent more than expected
Air New Zealand boss brands EU emission trading scheme a "money-grabbing" tactic and criticises Copenhagen's "bureaucratic circus"
Christian Aid study claims biofuel targets are contributing directly to deforestation, displacement of farmers and poor labour rights in developing countries
Airline reveals ambition to have aviation biofuel officially certified for commercial use
Jatropha oil from Africa used to develop biofuel virtually indistinguishable from traditional jet fuel
Initial projects will look at viability of jatropha and algae as basis for jet biofuels