IndiGo, the Country’s largest carrier, joins the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) sustainable superhead to achieve a significant scale of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF)
The airline became a signatory to the Clear Skies for Tomorrow (CST), India Coalition campaign.
Note: Clean Skies for Tomorrow (CST)- to help the aviation sector move towards net-zero emissions.
- By SAF, IndiGo could gain a critical mass and bring in cost-efficiency for Widespread adoption in India.
- Under the IndiGo Green initiative with 2 10% blend of SAF, IndiGo operated its brand new A320 NEO plane from Toulouse, France to New Delhi on 18 February 2022.
- In January 2019, CST was launched to provide a crucial mechanism for top executives and public leaders beyond the aviation value chain.
- CST is to align on a transition to SAF as part of a proactive pathway for the industry in order to achieve carbon-neutral flying.
- The Goal is to reach a commercially capable SAF production for industry-wide adoption by 2030 and support a path to net-zero in aviation by 2050.
- IndiGo’s domestic market share in July is 58.8% and has more than 80 members in the Global coalition.
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