KLM Royal Dutch Airlines

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Transport og godshåndtering

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For KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, sustainable enterprise means focusing on the themes we can influence most, contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations.

In addition to our efforts to reduce our environmental footprint, we invest in the reduction of CO2 emissions through the use of biofuel and by means of weight reduction, among other things.

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For KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, sustainable enterprise means focusing on the themes we can influence most, contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations.

In addition to our efforts to reduce our environmental footprint, we invest in the reduction of CO2 emissions through the use of biofuel and by means of weight reduction, among other things.

Wherever possible, we opt for eco-friendly foods and packaging. KLM has set itself the target of reducing its waste by 50% by 2025, by generating less waste and recycling even more.
 

Kontaktpersoner

Carina Bergqvist

Brand Manager and PR

Klima, miljø og energi

From drink to ink – KLM makes tools from PET bottles

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is the first airline in the world to recycle PET bottles to make tools for repairing and maintaining its aircraft. Empty bottles are collected at the end of every flight and transformed into filament, the material used in 3D printers. This process means an empty water bottle can end up as part of a 3D-printed piece of equipment that saves Engineering & Maintenance time and money.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Initiativet ’Fly Responsibly’ skal forene flybranchen

Luftfartsindustrien stræber efter bæredygtig flytrafik. Arbejdet udføres dog oftest i eget regi, hvilket betyder, at omstillingen risikerer at tage længere tid. Som en reaktion på det har KLM initieret ’Fly Responsibly’ for at opfordre branchen til at tage ved lære af hinanden, dele deres best practice og inspirere til samarbejde.

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Klima, miljø og energi

Knap hver anden dansker flyver kun, hvis det er strengt nødvendigt

Knap hver anden dansker flyver kun, hvis det er strengt nødvendigt, og næsten halvdelen af danskerne vil gerne betale mere for en flybillet hos et flyselskab, der investerer i reduceret miljøpåvirkning. Det viser KLMs årlige undersøgelse, der kortlægger skandinavernes holdning til flyrejser i forhold til bæredygtighed.

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