SKY Airline launches its first sustainability report
The Company emphasizes its role as a contributor to the environment and society, that needs to be measurable and communicated in an accurate and accessible way through this report, that was produced voluntarily by the Company.
July 25th, Santiago, Chile
SKY Airline launches its first sustainability report that began the official communication of its performance in the economic, environmental, social, and corporate governance (ASG) spheres, under international standards GRI and SASB, outlining disclosures relevant to shareholders, customers, employees, and the communities in touch with SKY's operations.
The Airline is growing steadily and remains focused on making travel accessible and affordable, having its operations in accordance with its core values and ESG priorities. All the further decisions of the airline will continue to take sustainable steps towards sustainability.
The Company organized the symposium "Seamless Sustainability: ESG Takeoff in the Region." This event addressed the main challenges and opportunities in the aerospace industry, using the airline's own experiences as an example. The event was inaugurated by Holger Paulmann, CEO of SKY, who emphasized the airline's efforts to voluntarily produce a sustainability report that transparently showcases progress in the areas of Social, Environmental, and Governance (ESG). The event included a panel discussion focusing on the challenges facing the aerospace industry in advancing the three ESG variables.
"The challenge of being sustainable while maintaining the efficiency of our model is our main goal, however, we approach it with optimism and a desire to be an example for other companies to take more action towards achieving the desired ESG takeoff in the region" Paulmann highlighted. He also mentioned the company's recovery after the pandemic and states that being sustainable and maintaining the efficiency of its model is the cornerstone of the 2030 Strategic Plan. This plan outlines SKY's growth with sustainability as a key factor to fulfill the goal of making the sky accessible to everyone.
SKY emphasizes its role as a contributor to the environment and society, that needs to be measurable and communicated in an accurate and accessible way through this report, that was produced voluntarily by the Company.
At present, SKY operates a fleet comprised all by A320 NEO and A321 NEO, that reduce CO2 emissions by 50%, engine noise by 50% and increase fuel efficiency by 18% compared to Airbus CEO Family. SKY has already lowered its CO2 emissions per passenger by 60% in the last 10 years becoming the most Eco-friendly Airline in the world. Also, SKY outlined the company's commitment to carbon neutrality by 2050.