The aviation sector is facing quite a few challenges. Air traffic is responsible for 3,8% of global greenhouse gas emissions. To safeguard our future as an aviation company, we need to significantly reduce our climate impact. Working more sustainably is one of the three main priorities in our new strategy Shift 2027.
Brussels Airport Company wants to become Net Zero Carbon by 2050 at the latest. New developments such as sustainable aviation fuel and artificial intelligence, as well as making our buildings more energy efficient, will help us to build a more sustainable and even more efficiently organised airport together with our partners.
Sustainability is embedded in everything we do. We want to take on a pioneering role and accelerate the greening of the aviation sector. We reduce our impact on the climate and the environment and create new opportunities for society. In our construction projects, we opt for the most sustainable materials and techniques. We support initiatives to further expand and improve public transport and increase the tariff differentiation to promote low-noise aircraft. We will also continue to focus on circular economy, the reuse of materials and on inclusion, attention to people and diversity among staff.