Airlines in the world that reduce their CO₂ emissions the most, two Spanish

Airlines in the world that reduce their CO₂ emissions the most, two Spanish

Iberia It became the second airline in the world to have the most reduced CO₂ emissions on long-haul flights Yes fleet the second in the world and the first in Europe with a greater reduction in emissions on short-haul routes, in the period between May 2019 and May 2022; According to the report prepared by IBA, a global market intelligence consultancy for aviation, which monitors more than 65,000 aircraft and 35 million flights each year.

The report indicates that the world’s leading airlines have reduced their scope 1 CO₂ emissions by up to 17% since 2019. This follows an overall decline of 5.9% in CO₂ emissions from commercial aviation since January 2018, based on CO₂ emissions per seat-kilometre flown. All operators’ improvements were fundamentally driven by the renewal of their fleets with more fuel-efficient next-generation aircraft

The first in the long, medium and short range

SAS has reduced its CO₂ emissions per seat-kilometer by 18% since 2019, the most significant improvement of any operator in the ranking. The mid-distance market is dominated by Beijing Capital Airlineswith a 16% reduction in CO₂ emissions. Air Canada stands out in the short-haul market with a 17% reduction in CO₂ emissions since 2019. (See full ranking in chart).

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According to the report, specifically, since 2019, Iberia reduced its CO₂ emissions by 17% per seat-kilometer flown on its long-haul routes, ranking as the world’s second largest reduction airline. Whereas, fleet succeeded in reducing emissions by 14.2% per seat-km travelled, ranking second in the world and first in Europe with greater reduction in emissions on short-haul routes

The 10 airlines with the highest emissions reduction between 2019 and 2022 in the long, medium and short-haul markets

Learn more about the new fleet:

– Iberia operates its first long-haul flights with biofuel

– Volotea expands its fleet with 6 aircraft to support its growth plan

– Volotea becomes a 100% Airbus operator

– Iberia, further expansion in Latin America and launch of the A350 on other routes

– Iberia receives the world’s first upgraded version of the A350-900

The IBA report attributes the decrease in CO₂ emissions in the case of Iberia to the fact that renewed its fleet with twin-engine Airbus A330s and, in particular, with the incorporation, from 2018, of the Airbus A350s and the withdrawal, in 2020, of the Airbus A340/600, the last four-engine with which it operated its long-haul lines.

In Volotea results The fleet change it made last summer also had an impact, when it replaced its Boeing 717s with Airbus 319/320s, as part of its plan to transition to a 100% Airbus fleet.composed of A319 and A320 aircraft, which has contributed enormously to the reduction of its CO₂ emissions.

Carbon emissions data from IBA NetZero, a platform program, indicates that A319s produce 31% fewer emissions per seat/mile than Boeing 717s.

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