As an airline and a long haul holiday provider, we know our biggest impact and therefore top environmental priority is around aircraft fuel and carbon reductions. We have been working on reducing our carbon for over 10 years. Additionally, we look into our ground operations, work with our supply chain and invest in non-profit partnerships to reduce our footprint and support communities.
We’re acutely aware of the climate crisis and the need for all sectors to act, especially those that are carbon intensive like ours. Flying is a part of modern life which brings huge social and economic benefits. We believe it’s about doing things better and driving the significant carbon reductions. Our priority focus areas are new fleet, carbon offsetting (CORSIA) and new sustainable aviation fuels.
Our carbon offsetting scheme, in partnership with offset experts ClimateCare, finances renewable energy and natural resource conservation projects around the world, helping people from poorer communities access cleaner, safer, affordable energy and reduce carbon emissions.
Apart from offsetting your carbon footprint there are some other things you can do to help
Global aviation supports economic development, trade and tourism. With these come responsibilities, to people and communities, to the environment, and to animal welfare. As a global aviation community, we work together through international organisations, trade bodies and partnerships to tackle these areas.