What sustainability means for airlines and for the travelling public ?

How are airlines able to invest in sustainability in the context of the COVID-19 crisis ?

What kind of technologies are being explored for a sustainable sector ?

Find out during “the road to net zero” moments.

 

While the worst crisis to ever hit the aviation sector is still posing existential threats, uncertainties and risks, airlines remain key players in making the decarbonisation of air travel a reality. 

At the Airbus Summit, exciting discussions took place during the “Road to net zero - Part 1 & Part 2” moments with some of the most recognised brands representing four continents : easyjet and Frontier (Part 1) ; Cathay Pacific, Delta Air Lines, LATAM, Lufthansa Group (Part 2).


Part 1 | Perspective from airline CEOs

 

Two major low cost carriers either side of the Atlantic discuss why sustainability is so important and their roadmap amid the business uncertainties that remain.

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Barry Biffle
Barry Biffle
President and CEO, FRONTIER AIRLINES
Johan-LUNDGREN
Johan Lundgren
Chief Executive Officer, easyJet

Part 2 | Perspective from airline sustainability leaders

Four major full service carriers representing four continents discuss what sustainability means for them and their roadmap amid the business uncertainties that remain.


Find out more about our speakers

Grace-CHEUNG
Grace Cheung
Head of Public Engagement & Sustainability, CATHAY PACIFIC
Amelia-De-LUCA
Amelia DeLuca
Managing Director of Sustainability, DELTA AIRLINES
Julie Kitcher
Julie Kitcher
Executive Vice President Communications and Corporate Affairs, Airbus
Annette-MANN
Annette Mann
Senior Vice President for Corporate Responsibility, LUFTHANSA Group
Juan-Jose-TOHA
Juan Jose Toha
Director of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability, LATAM Group

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