We're so excited to announce that the second edition of the CAPA-Envest Airline Sustainability Benchmarking Report is here.
The report is the industry's first single source of truth on emissions, benchmarking airlines and their performance as they transition the net zero operations. Now in its second year, this report is sure to capture the attention of the entire aviation and corporate travel industries.
This report, jointly prepared by CAPA - Centre for Aviation (CAPA) and Envest Global (Envest) is a further step in providing a clearer understanding of the status of emissions in the airline industry. Importantly, it provides an independently evaluated “airline sustainability rating” system, based upon a range of key emissions metrics and utilising a range of publicly available data points.
It also highlights the numerous challenges presented in the post-COVID-19 recovery and seeks to provide a clear and consistent set of fact-based metrics to assist stakeholders in their industry engagement and decision-making. Given the lack of standards – even within the airline alliances and airline groups – the new CAPA-Envest report is designed with the clearly stated objective of establishing an independent and objective (non-political) index that can serve as the potential future foundation for industry-wide policy-making.
As well, the report provides corporate travel buyers and the Travel Management Companies (TMCs) servicing these customers with a credible and data driven framework capable of helping with the design and implementation of sustainable travel policies and the subsequent allocation of budget (i.e. the buying of airline tickets) towards airlines that are performing better overall in the new index.
- RATING FRAMEWORK
- TOTAL CO2 EMISSIONS
- EMISSION INTENSITY
- SAF USE
- OFFSETS PURCHASED
- NET CO2 EMISSIONS
- FACTORS AFFECTING EMISSION INTENSITY
- AIRLINE SUSTAINABILITY RATING
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