ASL’s ESG policy was introduced to further strengthen the Group’s unwavering commitment to environmental sustainability, our people and social commitments and operating safely and responsibly in full compliance as promoted and protected by both our Safer Skies and Governance policies and procedures.
ASL Aviation Holdings ESG activities and policies reflect the Group’s awareness of its responsibilities to people and the planet. Aviation is vital to global social and economic wellbeing and will continue to advance essential connectivity between countries, economies, people and families. However, ASL is mindful that aviation, while fundamental, must also be sustainable, and we aim to promote and aspire to this sustainability through our ESG commitments.
At ASL we monitor and measure our carbon emissions and our environmental sustainability activities to ensure our progress on our path to net-zero emissions. These measurements and activities are summarised in our ESG Snapshots.
ERA is an aviation representative association representing more than 55 airlines and over 130 associate members, including manufacturers, airports, suppliers and aviation service providers, across the entire spectrum of the aviation industry.
ERA and other aviation representative associations, A4E, ACI Europe, ASD and CANSO, are committed to work together with all stakeholders and policy-makers to achieve the following climate objectives:
Through ERA, ASL is actively involved in discussions and representations on Fit for 55, the European Commissions package of proposals to meet the EU’s target of reducing net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030. The proposed package aims to bring EU legislation in line with the 2030 goal.
The Fit for 55 package is a set of proposals to revise and update EU legislation and to put in place new initiatives with the aim of ensuring that EU policies are in line with the climate goals agreed by the Council and the European Parliament.
ASL Aviation Holdings has endorsed both the Toulouse Declaration and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Fly Net-Zero programme.
In February 2022, ASL Aviation Holdings formally endorsed the ‘Toulouse Declaration’ which followed an aviation summit hosted by the French Presidency of the European Union. This declaration was widely endorsed by airline and airport representative associations and further commits the aviation industry to meeting carbon emissions reduction targets by 2030 and to reaching net-zero emissions by 2050.