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Qatar Airways is continually improving how we manage our impact on the environment and actively participate in aviation’s approach to tackling climate change.
As one of the world’s leading airlines, Qatar Airways flies to more than 150 destinations operating one of the youngest fleets in the sky. With more than 330 new aircraft on order, a further investment of US $70 billion is being made to ensure that Qatar Airways continues to operate a fuel-efficient fleet. This investment underpins our commitment to the environment and ensures a first-class travel experience for our customers.
As a member of oneworld, Qatar Airways works with partner airlines to achieve even more efficient air travel. This includes supporting Air Traffic Control authorities to move towards more efficient airspace management and collaborating to enable passengers to use e-tickets throughout their global journey to reduce the printing of paper tickets.
Our global operations and varied business activities are subject to a wide range of environmental legislation. As part of this, Qatar Airways is committed to complying with all local and international environmental regulations.
The airline has already achieved IATA’s Environmental Assessment (IEnvA) accreditation at foundation level, and has now begun implementing additional environmental management system procedures to attain full certification to IEnvA stage 2.
Our focus is on optimising environmental performance across our highly modern fleet and throughout our state-of-the-art hub Hamad International Airport. Our priorities involve fuel and energy efficiency, minimising waste and preventing pollution, and transportation of endangered species. Qatar Airways is an inaugural signature to the United for Wildlife Transport Industry Declaration.
Aviation will make a significant contribution to the global response to climate change, and we are contributing towards the development of local and international solutions.
Qatar Airways is collaborating with industry associations IATA and AACO and SAFUG on the development of a global policy for managing aviation’s greenhouse gas emissions and is fully compliant with regional schemes such as the European Union Emission Trading Scheme.
Qatar Airways is enhancing the efficiency of air travel through our fuel optimisation programme. This involves testing and implementing new ways to save fuel and reduce carbon emissions such as: