The impact of aviation on our carbon footprint is substantial and growing rapidly. Corporates around the world are looking for ways to limit their impact from business travel. Although there is no effective way to reduce your air travel footprint than by to flying less, options like alternative transportation, calls and video conferencing just can’t always cut it
If you do go by plane, there is the option of offsetting your emissions. Some airlines already offer offsetting programs and in that way support projects that plant trees or supply cooking stoves to developing countries. Although we believe carbon offsets should be part of the “mix” of measures in the short term (if managed the right way). But the availability of high-quality carbon offsets has a limit and they do not offer a lasting to the industry’s growing impact. At this moment, SAF is the most promising short to medium term solution to drastically reduce aviation’s CO2 emissions.
Corporate leaders from around the world are stepping up by choosing to innovate and mitigate, rather than compensate. By participating in one of our programs, amongst others the Board Now program, corporates commit to flying on sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), thereby reducing their travel emissions and supporting the growth of an industry that provides a sustainable alternative to fossil fuels.
Want to learn more about how you can fly your staff on SAF, please contact Maxime
2019, October, 3rd – SkyNRG launched the Board Now program
Amsterdam, October 3rd 2019 – Today, a significant step will be taken towards sustainable flying. Dutch company SkyNRG, global leader in sustainable aviation fuel, officially launches its ground-breaking Board Now program together with its launching members. By committing themselves to Board Now, companies reduce their own business air travel emissions and at the same time contribute to the […]
2017, May 9th – Delft University joins KLM Corporate BioFuel Programme
Over the coming two years, the staff at Delft University of Technology will take flights using sustainable biofuel. Today, the university signed an agreement to participate in KLM’s Corporate BioFuel Programme. Through the Corporate BioFuel Programme, the Dutch airline hopes to promote the market for sustainable biofuel in the ultimate aim to reduce carbon dioxide […]
2017, January 22th – LVNL joins KLM Corporate BioFuel Programme
LVNL nieuwe biofuel partner KLM LVNL (Luchtverkeersleiding Nederland) treedt toe tot het Corporate BioFuel Programme van KLM. Door de toetreding van LVNL kan KLM verder investeren in duurzame biobrandstof. LVNL koopt duurzame biobrandstof in voor al haar zakelijke vluchten.
2017, January 3rd – SkyNRG, Fly Green Fund and Swedavia enable sustainable aviation fuel flights from Stockholm Arlanda Airport
Just before New Year’s Eve, Swedavia received its first sustainable aviation fuel at Stockholm Arlanda Airport. It marks the start of deliveries of sustainable aviation fuel through the Fly Green Fund and demonstrates Swedavia’s commitment to sustainable aviation. The fuel is supplied by SkyNRG together with Air BP.
2016, October 16th – Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment joins KLM Corporate BioFuel Programme
Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment became the first governmental office to join the KLM Corporate BioFuel Programme. State Secretary of the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment Sharon Dijksma announced this at the National Climate Summit in Rotterdam. By participating in the programme, the Ministry enables its employees to travel on flights using […]
2016, January 18th – SkyNRG welcomes ABN AMRO as a new customer in the KLM Corporate BioFuel Programme
The KLM Corporate BioFuel Programme has welcomed a new partner: the ABN AMRO bank today officially joined the group of pioneering corporations who share KLM’s vision on sustainability and are striving to reduce their environmental footprint.