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New Zealand and Singapore consider \u2018green lanes\u2019 as governments sign sustainable aviation partnership<\/b>by Tony Harrington<\/i>The governments of Singapore and New Zealand will consider introducing \u2018green lanes\u2019 for travellers between the countries to help encourage consumer use of flights powered by sustainable aviation fuels. The idea is contained in a groundbreaking Sustainable Aviation Arrangement between the countries, which was signed during a visit to Singapore by New Zealand\u2019s Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern. The agreement is the first bilateral cooperation on sustainable aviation for both countries, which, together with their aviation industries, have each been exploring decarbonisation measures including sustainable aviation fuel, hydrogen propulsion for aircraft and enabling infrastructure. In addition to studying green lanes, the\u2026<\/div>\n\n