Menzies Aviation joins the decarbonization alliance
Global aviation logistics specialist Menzies Aviation has joined the Mission Possible Partnership (MPP), an alliance of climate leaders focused on decarbonizing some of the world’s highest-emitting industries.
Together with the Clean Skies for Tomorrow Coalition, the MPP has released a new Aviation Transition Strategy that has been endorsed by over 60 aviation leaders, setting out a global strategy to achieve net zero aviation. here 2050.
The new report, “Making Net-Zero Aviation possible: An Industry-backed, 1.5°Caligned Transition Strategy”, offers a series of concrete steps to take over the next decade to ensure a transition to carbon neutral flight and offer the goals of the Paris Agreement. Actions include drastically improving aircraft fuel efficiency gains, rapidly deploying Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF), and market entry of hydrogen, battery-electric or hybrid aircraft.
Menzies, which provides ground, fuel and air cargo services, is the first aviation services company to sign off on the global strategy, building on the company’s commitment to its “All In” sustainability strategy. . Announced last year, All In encompasses Menzies’ plan to make a positive difference to secure a just and sustainable future, including its ambition to be carbon neutral by 2033
John Geddes, Director of Corporate Affairs, Menzies Aviation, said, “This latest strategy from the Mission Possible partnership underscores the importance of key players in the aviation industry working together to achieve net zero. I’m proud that Menzies is involved in this latest effort and I look forward to seeing the impact that collective action can have in building a more sustainable future.
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