Denmark Aims for a Sustainable Aviation Sector by 2030

Publish Time:2022-01-06 16:51:33Source:NI Travel News

【Introduction】:Denmark has announced that they aim eliminate fossil fuels for domestic flights by 2030.

Denmark has announced that they aim eliminate fossil fuels for domestic flights by 2030.

As a country, Denmark has set a target of a 70% reduction in overall carbon emissions by 2030. With a recent focus on reducing the environmental impact of the aviation sector.

Mette Frederiksen, Prime Minister of Denmark, announced these aims in her annual New Year's speech. Highlighting that in the recovery stage of the pandemic, Denmark should aim to find a solution to the ongoing climate crisis.

Deeming the climate crisis "the biggest and most important challenge of our time"

"To travel is to live and that is why we fly, but at the same time, it is harmful to our climate. We need to make it green to fly."

Adding that, "Therefore, the government will set an ambitious goal: by 2025, Danes must have the opportunity to fly green on a domestic route. And by 2030 at the latest, we must be able to fly completely green when we fly domestically in Denmark."

In a bid to promote sustainable travel, some airlines have already begun using sustainable fuel in aviation, such as British Airways and United Airlines.

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