The aviation industry plays an important role worldwide, in principle, it is cataloged as the safest means of transportation in the world and it is also responsible for connecting infinite routes worldwide, making a long distance become a short trip.
Since its beginnings, the aeronautical world has given a lot to talk about, but today it joins the same trend that all economic and social sectors worldwide are talking about, we are talking about “sustainability”.
For some years now, leaders around the world have been working to minimize the polluting effects on the environment, and the aeronautical sector together with fuel developers are already working on a green mechanism to minimize the climate threat.
By 2050, CO2 emissions are expected to have decreased by 50%.
Change comes from within…
When we talk about sustainability, we are not only talking about new fuel formulations but also about the use of materials for the construction of environmentally friendly propellants or aircraft.
The use of efficient materials throughout the design and assembly process of an aircraft is also a factor to take into account when considering the use of more environmentally friendly products and processes.
Such is the case of the European continent, which has launched the Clean Sky or Clean Aviation project, which works on improving the sector with a positive impact on the ecosystem.
Technology as a green ally…
While technology is still new to many sectors, it is also part of the positive change for the environment.
Biometric technology, big data, and the leap to digital have resulted not only in benefits for the passenger or the industry itself but also for the environment.
The leap to digital has decreased the use of paper in air terminals, which means a positive impact on the regeneration of a greener world.
These are just some of the changes we see so far in the aviation sector, what will be waiting for us in 2023? We are ready for surprises.