In The News: Farm Waste and Animal Fats Will Help Power a United Jet & Greece Won’t Wreck the Airline Stocks


Your next United flight could be powered by animal droppings

This could be a big step forward for the biofuels industry.

Get ready for a slightly ripe scent on your next United flight — the airline is going to power a plane with animal waste, reports the New York Times.

Original article by Ben Geier

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No, Greece Won’t Wreck the Airline Stocks

Airline stocks like United Continental (UAL), American Airlines (AAL), and Delta Air Lines (DAL) have had a tough year due to some very real concerns around revenue and capacity. Concerns about the impact of Greece on U.S. airlines, however, are largely overblown, say Raymond James analyst Savanthi Syth and team. Check out more here.

Original article by Ben Levisohn

PICTURES: Vietnam Airlines receives first A350

Vietnam Airlines took delivery of its first Airbus A350-900 on 30 June, becoming the second operator of the type.

The carrier plans to first deploy the aircraft on the key Hanoi-Ho Chi Minh City route, before moving to international services such as Hanoi-Paris, says Airbus. Continue here.

Original article by: Firdaus Hashim