Upgrade to sustainable aviation fuel, such as biofuel, for more sustainable business travel. This will significantly reduce your company’s CO2 emissions from business trips and can contribute to you reaching your sustainability goals.
Make your business travel with SAS more sustainable. As a member of SAS For Business, you can join us towards more sustainable air travel by upgrading to sustainable aviation fuel, such as biofuel. This will significantly reduce your company’s CO2 emissions from business trips and can contribute to you reaching your sustainability goals. In fact, the sustainable aviation fuel used in our aircraft reduce climate-effecting CO2 emissions with up to 80 percent compared to fossil-based aviation fuel.
When upgrading to sustainable aviation fuel for at least 5 % of your total fuel consumption, you will receive useful statistics, along with a declaration of your contribution. With this, you can showcase externally that your company actively contributes to more sustainable business travel – for example in your CSR or annual report. Together we can make air travel more sustainable.
Contact your SAS sales representative, if your company has one associated. Otherwise, call SAS’ Corporate Sales Center or write to us at email@example.com for more information and how to proceed.
Details & information
What is sustainable aviation fuel (SAF)?
SAF is aviation fuel that is produced in a sustainable way using sustainable raw materials with the aim of dramatically reducing greenhouse gas emissions (primarily CO2) from flight operations. They include but are not limited to biofuels and can also be produced synthetically/chemically. However, currently the only sustainable aviation fuel available, is biofuel.
The definition of “sustainable” will probably change over time. Today, it refers to raw materials, production methods, transport and social impacts related to production. There are several sustainability standards in use today. The one SAS currently uses is the Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB).
Which sustainability certificates do we have?
SAS has been awarded Gold rating by EcoVadis for best practices in CSR & Sustainability.
An overall score of 72 places SAS in the top 1% in its industry. A score of 90 in the Environment category puts SAS as “outstanding” in its industry.
EcoVadis, which is an independent CSR Assessment agency, assesses company ratings by 21 criteria across four themes of environment, fair labor practices, labor and human rights, ethics and sustainable procurement. Its CSR assessment methodology covers 190 purchasing categories, 155 countries, and 21 CSR indicators. The methodology is also built on international CSR standards including the Global Reporting Initiative, the United Nations Global Compact, and ISO 26000.
SAS is also certified according to ISO 14001 which we have been since 2010. ISO 14001 is an international standard that specifies requirements for effectively managing, integrating and reporting the environmental performance of a company. To be compliant with ISO 14001: 2015 companies must fulfill these high requirements. We at SAS have continuously shown that we can live up to these.
Where can I read SAS Sustainability report?
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