Airline sector: sustainable transition on the horizon

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Published on 22/08/23 - Updated on 22/08/23

Aérien durable

The sustained recovery in tourism has considerably accelerated the return to health of the air transport sector. While the sector has not yet returned to 2019 levels, it is very close to them, and passenger numbers should continue to grow in the years ahead. Yet this phenomenon is completely at odds with the current climate emergency highlighted by the IPCC in its numerous reports. Given that the aviation sector is responsible for 2.6% of greenhouse gas emissions worldwide in 2018, its sustainable transition represents a major challenge for the future not only of the tourism industry but also of the planet. While some advocate limiting the number of flights a person takes in a lifetime, what strategies are industry professionals adopting to achieve the promised carbon neutrality by 2050?

The race to decarbonise is gathering pace The sustainable transition of the aviation sector has been at the heart of all the debates of late, both from the industry and from government bodies. It's a subject that is gaining momentum as studies and studies demonstrate the urgent need to take...

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