In keeping with its principles of Environment, Social and Governance, Caribbean Airlines says it has met its goal to reduce CO2 emissions by 2% over the past year in addition to other goals.
The company says it reached the goal through the use of the fuel-efficient 737-8 jet fleet.
CAL says the company is fully compliant with the International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO) Carbon Offsetting Scheme in Aviation (CORSIA) and consistently submits verified CO2 Emission Reports within the annual deadline.
The move is part of a series of corporate social responsibility initiatives including a program of education, volunteerism and inspiration.
The company works in collaboration with accredited non-profit organizations and healthcare professionals to facilitate medical missions across the region.
“As a responsible corporate citizen, Caribbean Airlines is dedicated to investing in the destinations we serve, positively impacting the lives of people throughout the region,” said Garvin Medera, CEO of Caribbean Airlines. “The launch of our Sustainability Program symbolizes our commitment to making a difference and ensuring that our efforts are easily recognizable as belonging to the Caribbean Airlines brand.”
For more information on the Sustainability Programme, visit cs.caribbean-airlines.com.