Norwegian commits to reduce CO2 emissions by 45% by 2030

Sep 23, 2020

Norwegian has launched a new environmental sustainability strategy that will begin immediately and deliver several industry leading targets. The airline commits to improve the carbon efficiency of its operations and will reduce its carbon emissions by 45% per passenger kilometer (RPK) by 2030 - compared to 2010 levels. This will be achieved through both fleet renewal and sustainable aviation fuels. The airline commits to utilising between 16 and 28% SAF by the end of the decade, depending on the level of fleet renewal. The target amounts to up to 500 million litres SAF by 2030. To achieve this important goal, it is also crucial to get in place a regulatory framework that actively rewards carbon efficiency and increases both the production and use of SAF.

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