Cordillera: a key component in your sustainability strategy
Aviation has made significant steps to reduce carbon emissions. Modern aircraft built with lightweight materials and improved technology are helping to limit the industry’s impact on the environment; but more has to be done.
Sustainability is not a box-ticking exercise. There is no silver bullet that will enable airlines to achieve ‘Net Zero’. However, with the implementation of carefully planned innovations featuring the latest technologies designed to reduce fuel consumption and carbon emissions, aircraft operators will achieve their sustainability goals.
Cordillera can be part of that plan.
Shorter flights, reduced fuel and emissions, efficient operations
Cordillera features technology that allows aircraft to operate the most direct routes over the planet’s highest terrain. Flying time will be reduced, resulting in lower fuel consumption and decreased carbon emissions.
While the introduction of carbon offsetting programmes do have a place in the aviation industry’s sustainability plan, Cordillera targets the root of the problem by focusing on the reduction of fuel consumption and enabling more efficient flying.