dnata achieved a significant milestone in its sustainability journey, ensuring a smooth and safe turnaround of a Boeing 737 using only zero-emission ramp ground support equipment at Dubai International. It is leading the way among ground support providers when it comes to sustainability.
Running the world’s busiest airport has its challenges. But Dubai Airports sees no reason for sustainability to take a back seat and working with its F&B partners, it is leading on an eradication of plastic. The scale of the challenge is huge but the strength of Dubai Airports’ relationship with its partners puts the initiative in good stead.
Oman Air was once again recognised as one of the cleanest and quietest airlines serving London’s Heathrow Airport. Operating Dreamliners to great effect, the airline has made sustainability a key part of its ongoing growth and modernisation.
More than a marketing initiative, Etihad’s new ‘Greenliner’ was launched as a testbed for sustainable practises which can be rolled out across the airline’s fleet. The company also launched bold plans to achieve zero net carbon emissions by 2050 in a strategy designed to push the entire industry.
Marking Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, Lufthansa Group pledged a host of initiatives, strategies and investments to make flight operations in the region more sustainable. New, more efficient aircraft and renewed practises are making the group synonymous with sustainability in the aviation space.