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Air NZ still on track for zero-emissions aircraft by 2030

Air New Zealand still expects to test a zero-emissions plane by 2030 as part of a plan to replace its turboprop fleet with green aircraft.

AirNZ chief operational integrity and sustainability officer Capt David Morgan told the September CAPA Live summit that he would like to see a zero-carbon aircraft in the airline’s fleet “sooner rather than later”.

He predicted there could be an electric aircraft in the fleet by 2030 as part of a pilot project that may not carry passengers.

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He said the airline was interested in using electric read more ⇒

Source:: AirlineRatings.Com

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