Sustaining Your World: In the air

We are confident that flying sustainably is possible. Producing less CO₂ and other emissions like nitrogen and ultrafine particles. Schiphol Group has been committed to making aviation more sustainable for many years, both on a national and international level.

We have taken the lead in making agreements. In the Netherlands, this has led to a common goal for the entire aviation sector. From airlines to Air Traffic Control the Netherlands (LVNL) and research institutions. By 2030, the sector wants to have brought CO₂ emissions back down to 2005 levels. Aviation will be achieving net-zero-carbon-emissions by 2050.

In the short term, it will be sustainable fuels that make the most significant contribution to sustainable aviation. Innovations for the long term, such as electric or hybrid planes, are being developed worldwide. Making more efficient use of European air space will also reduce aircraft emissions.

Our 8 measures to make flying more sustainable

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