Case Study

easyJet: Our Sustainability Approach

Aviation Environmental Climate solutions Operations Efficiency in the air Innovation

Behind the scenes at Luton Airport, we learn about the many ways in which easyJet is forging ahead on the path the NetZero.

Carbon emissions from air travel contribute to climate change, and easyJet is taking action to reduce the environmental impact of their flights. 

In this film of the 'Skies of Tomorrow' documentary series*, we hear from easyJet’s CEO, COO, Sustainability Director and crew to learn about easyJet's journey to net zero by 2050, fuel and carbon efficient operations in the air and on the ground, Airbus NEO aircraft, uniforms made from recycled plastic bottles and easyJet's ultimate ambition to fly zero carbon emission aircraft.  

Keep an eye for more episodes to come.

* The 'Skies of Tomorrow' documentary series, produced by Zinc Communicate, a Zinc Media Group company, and filmed around the world, takes viewers on a cinematic journey, exploring what is driving change in this innovative and fast-moving aviation industry. A series of short-form documentaries, featuring insightful stories from the world’s aviation sector, highlighting how the industry is focused on sustainable practices, modernisation, and growth. Viewers will hear from leaders and influencers in the industry, showing innovations in aircraft manufacture, alternative fuels, and shining a light on those airports which are already on their way to becoming carbon neutral.

The series highlights how modern technology is taking the industry by storm; celebrating what ATAG members and beyond, are doing to create sustainable solutions to air travel; as well as enlightening consumers on how to travel more sustainably. 

More info can be found in the ATAG press release (April, 2022): Introducing "Skies of Tomorrow" - An exciting new documentary series.