This article provides 10 insights on how to get a strong pilot commitment when selecting your eco-flying solution.
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The airline industry is facing a growing challenge: how to fight climate change and move towards a more sustainable way to operate the aircraft. On top of these environmental concerns, fuel continues to represent the largest share of the airlines operating costs.
As fuel costs keep representing between 25 and 40% of total operating costs, every airline around the globe should have launched a Fuel Efficiency project or should be planning to do so soon.
Norwegian is one of the world’s largest low-cost airlines. In 2018, Norwegian carried 37 million passengers. The airline operates a fleet of more than 170 aircraft, with an average age of 3.8 years, making it one of the youngest and most fuel-efficient fleets in the world.
Starting a fuel efficiency program is a challenging project: from setting up your fuel team to choosing a fuel efficiency tool to better monitor and improve your fuel results; there are many stakeholders to involve and challenges to overcome.
The implementation of a Fuel Efficiency Management...
Pilots are among the main actors to improve fuel efficiency since they are the one in commands when executing the flight.