The new gameplan for sustainable aviation
When aerospace met sustainability
Hyperspeed: Accelerate the transformation
of executives anticipate up to 1/3 of their revenues coming from more sustainable products or services in the next 5 years, driven by efficient designs and new sources of fuel and advanced materials.
All together now: Harness the ecosystem
of aerospace and defense executives say that the unsustainable extraction of commodities and materials is one of the impacts of industrialization their company is actively addressing.
of the global fleet will reach end of life in the next two decades. Therefore, dismantling products to maximize reuse and recycling is vital to ensuring sustainable end-of-life aircraft management.
Airbus and Tarmac Aerosave have established a proven method for decommissioning, dismantling, and recycling the aircraft in an environmentally sustainable way, with up to 90% of aircraft eligible for reuse or recycling.
Messaging matters: Evangelize the progress
of aerospace and defense executives believe that it will be imperative for their company to measure, incentivize and communicate sustainability performance 3 years from now, compared to just 22% today.
Safran introduced key performance indicators such as percent of R&D investment focused on environmental efficiency and has already made progress by completing 20% of the emission reduction actions required to achieve the 2025 targets for these metrics.