Tuesday, 28 January 2020

4 ways Singapore Airlines’ sustainability efforts have paid off


SIA sustainable efforts
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1. Protecting habitats

Through partnering with Harapan Rainforest Initiative, SIA has restored 6,900ha of rainforest area and protected critically endangered animals.

2. A better fleet

SIA continues to invest in new and fuel-efficient aircraft to replace the older fleet, with an increase of 25% to 30% in fuel efficiency.

3. Fuel-smart

56 million kilogrammes of fuel have been saved since the 2015/2016 financial year, thanks to tailored water uplift and optimised flight routings. SIA’s world-first biofuel flights to San Francisco have also saved 320 tonnes of carbon emissions.

SIA sustainable efforts
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4. Less waste

SIA is committed to minimising single-use plastics on board. By converting to reusable cups, the airline has saved one million paper cups and plastic lids. Digital technologies such as e-flight folders have also conserved 370 trees worth of paper.
SEE ALSO: Here’s how Singapore Airlines is staying committed to sustainability
This article was originally published in the January 2020 issue of SilverKris magazine
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