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Airlines Not on Track to Meet Carbon Emissions Targets - Updated
9/29/2022 ~ 3:57:27 PM

NOTE: This table has been updated as of 29 September 2022, following the news of easyJet switching from a strategy of carbon offsetting to emission reductions.

Below is a list of the top 9 airline companies with the biggest difference between their Awareness Score and their Performance Score - i.e, they have policies and targets in place but they are still the worst performing airlines relative to their peers in the airline industry in terms of CO2e emissions.

Company Name
Country
Difference between GHG Awareness & Performance Scores
ESG Score
Ryanair
Ireland
-3
2.62
Wizz Air Holdings
Switzerland
-3
1.93
American Airlines Group
United States
-2
2.85
easyJet
United Kingdom
-2
2.35
International Consolidated Airlines Group
United Kingdom
-2
2.38
Japan Airlines Co
Japan
-2
1.77
JetBlue Airways
United States
-2
2.01
Singapore Airlines
Singapore
-2
1.75
Southwest Airlines Co
United States
-2
2.26

This is of the airlines that disclose their emissions data, meaning airlines not on the list may emit more than some of the airlines shown here.

All the targets set by the airlines are based on the year 2030 onwards, with a majority set for carbon neutrality by 2050. Therefore, there is still room for significant improvements to be made and their new targets to be met in the years ahead.

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