Rewatch all our virtual sessions from Aviation Sustainability 2020.

  • Jonathan Wood, Vice President - Renewable Aviation at Neste addresses the status and outlook for sustainable aviation fuels (SAF).

  • This discussion will take a holistic approach to recovery with the three pillars of sustainability; environmental, economic and social impacts, to balance the challenges of aviation today with ambitious climate change goals and sustainability commitments.

  • Since the COVID-19 oil crash, synthetic sustainable fuels have become 3-5 times more expensive than traditional jet fossil fuels. With over 80% of flights being grounded, airlines are forced to make cutbacks to reduce costs, which now poses the question, are sustainable aviation fuels a viable option for airlines? This virtual panel will explore the true costs and practicality of sustainable aviation fuels.

  • This session will explore the role of disruptive technologies increasing operations and how data advancements can help your airline double-down on decarbonisation goals.

  • This session will reassess the ROI of staying ahead of the competition and developing new cutting-edge green technology such as advanced aerodynamics, light materials, innovative engines and electric aircraft. How can the industry invest in a green recovery and a future compatible with net-zero carbon without overly impacting the levels of connectivity comfort and affordability associated with aviation today?

  • The use of hydrogen as a primary source of power is one of the most promising technological enablers on the path towards sustainable aviation. However, the introduction of hydrogen-based technologies will bring new risks in aircraft design, production, operation, maintenance and recycling. Our panellists will discuss these risks, their impact throughout the aviation ecosystem and how the aviation industry can collaborate and draw from other industries to control them.

  • Airports facilitate the fast movement of passengers and materials, directly contributing to economic growth and proving social benefits. This session will assess how to put sustainability at the core of the airport business strategy, supporting airlines with the necessary infrastructure to carry out operations effectively. Merging both airport and airline long term sustainability visions to reduce environmental impacts.

  • Fostering collaboration to reduce aviation's climate impact and overcoming disruptions without compromising on long term climate goals. Speakers will discuss if COVID-19 will leave a negative impact on sustainability and how we can get back on track with Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation, CORSIA.

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