Cargolux launches SAF program; aims to reduce CO2 by 2050

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Cargolux, a Luxembourgian flag carrier cargo airline, introduces sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) program in the airline’s services and takes Cargolux's sustainability engagement one step further, cementing the company's commitment to decarbonizing its operations.

The airline aims to being carbon neutral by 2050 and has acted to be fully compliant with upcoming proposed European regulations and offsetting schemes. This new milestone is an additional step in the company’s endeavor to reduce CO2 emissions and lays the foundation for a customer sustainability program, that will offer more sustainable options for their transportation requirements.

“Our commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility is intrinsic to our business model and the introduction of SAF in our operation is a significant step forward for Cargolux. We are pleased to be part of an industry-wide initiative to make our business, our industry and our world more sustainable”, says Richard Forson, President and CEO, Cargolux.

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Cargolux will continue to build on this initial step and include increasing options to promote sustainable operations and practices. The initiatives will build on the company’s CSR commitments that encompass a wide range of action areas, especially the environment.

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