Thirty to Net Zero  



While COVID-19 brought with it the need to find alternative ways of conducting our personal and professional lives, air travel was hit with the increasing numbers of professionals opting to work on zoom meetings and google meet. Virtual introductions became the norm and all of a sudden the physical infrastructure seemed like a glorified additional cost and most people moved the work online with z ...
Aviation is originally a carbon-intensive and “hard to abate” sector and accounts for around 3% of global CO2 emissions every year. While air travel and its emissions dwindled rapidly during the pandemic for almost three years. Aviation traffic is expected to grow over time and continue to grow in both traffic and emissions as per industry estimates.
Increased airtime has meant different things for different people. For the Business class passenger, it has meant ease of access, more meetings, and more revenue; for the middle class, it has meant meeting friends and family on the holidays without having to wait around for longer time frames of travel. But is this really the way forward for an industry that contributes to the emissions of CO2? M ...
The democratization of international air travel has led to the reduction of the real cost of flying by 60% over the last 40 years making it more accessible to the common man. During this same four-decade period, we have more energy-efficient aircraft which are 75% quieter than they used to be.