Emission reduction


Goal:
net-zero
emissions by 2050

Change starts with us
 

We are aware that the aviation sector must be a part of the change. This is why we have set ourselves a very ambitious goal: to achieve climate neutrality by 2050.
 

What is climate neutrality or net-zero emissions?

 

To avoid the worst impacts of climate change, the increase in global average temperature should not exceed 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels, as stated in the Paris Agreement. However, in the last decade, the global average temperature of the planet's surface has already increased by 1.1°C.

 

It is therefore urgent to contain this warming, and, in order to achieve this, emissions must reduced to as close to zero as possible. As in 2050 there will still be some residual emissions, these must be extracted from the atmosphere through natural mechanisms, such as oceans and forests, but also with the help of new technologies, which allow us to achieve the goal of net-zero emissions.

 

OUR
GOALS

 

WE STRIVE TO OFFER
MORE EFFICIENT
FLIGHTS

To meet our emission reduction targets, we have to make our flights more sustainable. In order to achieve this, we need to take certain measures such as the renewal of our aircraft, with more modern and efficient models; in-flight and ground operations that use less fuel; and strong support for the development and use of sustainable aviation fuel.

Travel in more efficient planes

When you fly with us, we want to take you on planes that have the lowest possible environmental impact

WE STRIVE
TO BE EFFICIENT
ON THE GROUND

SINCE 2015, WE HAVE RENEWED
80%
of our ground equipment.


17%
of our ground equipment is fully electric.

WE USE CATALYSTS
to reduce fuel consumption
and, consequently, the equipment's emissions into the atmosphere.

WE PROMOTE THE USE
OF RENEWABLE ENERGY

Since 2019, all the electricity used in our buildings comes from renewable sources. And in 2021 we launched our self-consumption plant, which takes up the entire roof of our engine workshop in La Muñoza, which is next to the Madrid airport.
 

 

Our self-consumption plant in La Muñoza, in figures

WE HAVE
10,000 m2
of solar panels

WE GENERATE
2 MW
of power, equivalent to the consumption of 800 households

IN 3 YEARS' TIME WE WILL REACH
10 MW
of power

AND WE WILL GENERATE
13 million kWh
per year, equivalent to the consumption of 4,000 households

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