Climate Change

Emissions from our flights form the largest part of our business' operational carbon footprint. Mitigating climate change impacts and adapting to climate change risks is therefore the biggest environmental challenge facing our business today. We acknowledge that, as a responsible business, projected increases in our emissions cannot be left unchecked, and we are therefore deeply committed to reducing these impacts – a concrete example is our full support of the International Air Transport Association (IATA)'s climate change commitments:

We support IATA's climate change commitments

2010>An average improvement of fuel efficiency of 1.5% per year

2020>A cap on aviation CO2 emissions from 2020 (carbon neutral growth)

2050>Aspiration for 50% reduction in net CO2 emissions over 2005 levels

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