Qantas aims to increase fuel efficiency of flights

Joyce: What we are seeing from our customer base is a lot of them we already know would be willing to pay more to travel sustainably. — Bloomberg

SYDNEY: Qantas Airways Ltd plans to reduce carbon emissions by about 25% by 2030, in part by boosting sustainable aviation fuel to 10% of its fuel mix and increasing the fuel efficiency of flights by 1.5% a year.

Qantas, one of the first carriers in the world to pledge to slash carbon emissions to net-zero by 2050, has been moving to align itself more closely with corporate customers looking for drastic cuts in emissions from business travel well before that date.

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