Norwegian aviation to be fossil-free by 2050
Norwegian aviation to be a world leader in climate solutions. That is the goal, according to a recent report from the Norwegian aviation industry. For the first time, SAS, Widerøe, Norwegian, Avinor, Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions and the Federation of Norwegian Aviation Industries have worked together to set a common emissions target, and a roadmap to achieve the goal of Norwegian aviation being fossil-free by 2050.
This means that from 2050, on scheduled flights in and from Norway, fossil fuels will not be used. The report was published on October 6th, and is now translated to English.