Covid-19 has forced industries of all kinds to adapt and rethink their ways of doing business, and we can only continue to learn from this experience. In this article, we demonstrate how cutting operating costs while maintaining high standards of service is essential for the aviation industry to go forward.
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused an even greater drop in emissions than the global financial crisis in 2009 or the adoption of the Kyoto Protocol in 1998, when emissions decreased by 2.02Gt. In 2020 we've seen the largest reduction since the burning of fossil fuels began: 2.5Gt, or 4.6%, as of late May. However, despite the current trends and developments in top polluting indstries, climate change remains a substantial threat. Read more about the best actions airlines should continue taking for decarbonising the industry.
Hear from our CEO about the most effective and urgently needed actions that can be taken now in order to save fuel and carbon in aviation. Catch him speaking on the Air Operations panel, part of the ICAO's Stocktaking Seminar taking place on 9th September.
In recent decades, every industry has tested different strategies and technologies to maximize efficiency. However, increased competition has pushed companies to find new ways of managing their operations. Read more about how behavioral science offers an innovative approach to workplace performance.
Noise is defined as “unwanted sound”, and, around airports, there’s a lot of it. Airplane engines and fans cause significant noise disturbance during takeoff and landing and easily disrupt daily routines, including sleep and conversation. Read more about the way technical and operational solutions can reduce the negative impact of aircraft noise in and around airports.