Ryanair today (4 Oct) released its September CO2 emissions statistics, which show an ave. of 67g CO2 per passenger/km.
|Total Kilometres||18,025m km|
|Total CO2 Emissions||1,206 kt|
|CO2 Per Pax/km||67g|
In September Ryanair released its newly updated Environmental Policy for Full Year 2020, detailing extensive progress since it first launched in 2017, and reaffirming its ongoing commitment to ambitious environmental targets. This can be downloaded from its new environment-focused website www.ryanair.com/environment
Ryanair’s Kenny Jacobs said:
“Ryanair is Europe’s greenest/cleanest major airline with the youngest fleet and highest load factors. Our CO2 per passenger/km is the lowest in the industry, having been cut from 82g to 67g over the last decade while other high fare competitors currently generate over 120g per pax/km.
We are pleased to announce that our CO2 per pax/km for September is 67g, half the rate of other flag carrier European airlines, and we are committed to reducing this by a further 10% to under 60g per pax/km by 2030.”