Air France-KLM has published its 2021 Sustainability Report.
This fully digital report outlines the Group’s actions to accelerate its environmental transition and to promote diversity and inclusion in all its businesses. At the same time, Air France-KLM presents “Destination Sustainability”, a program bringing together the Group’s ambitions on the environment and climate change on the one hand, and the human factor on the other, by bringing the values of respect, equality and tolerance to the fore.
In a context still marked by the aftermath of the pandemic and international tensions, Air France-KLM intends to strengthen its commitment towards sustainable air transport. It is doing so by following a scientific approach based on rigorous criteria, which has been validated by SBTi, an independent reference organization. In addition to achieving zero net CO2 emissions by 2050, Air France-KLM aims to reduce its emissions per passenger-km by 30% compared to 2019. The Group is also committed to using 10% of Sustainable Aviation Fuel by 2030, well beyond the regulatory mandate envisioned in Refuel EU for flights departing from Europe