If the fuel-reduction technology behind fello’fly proves viable, the aviation industry will benefit from a collaborative activity that demonstrates a clear commitment—between manufacturers, airlines, air navigation service providers, regulators and authorities—to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
And this collaborative activity could make a significant impact on aircraft’s environmental performance: fello’fly is expected to produce fuel savings of between 5-10% per trip. This means several tons of fuel and CO2 emissions could be saved during every fello’fly trip.
“To achieve this evolutionary step in operations, we have to look at the challenge from the perspective of all industry stakeholders,” Nick explains. “It’s a great opportunity for our industry to demonstrate a joint commitment to reducing our use of fossil fuels.”