Despite the unprecedented industry crisis brought by COVID-19, IATA and its members committed to an ambitious target, make flying net zero by 2050

Our efforts do not stop here. We’re also working hard to combat wildlife trafficking, reduce noise and manage waste responsibly. To make this happen, IATA offers tools and programs to help the industry improve its sustainability, as well as sharing best practice. 



Sustainability Highlights

Developing Sustainable Aviation Fuel

IATA is advancing the commercialization of SAF which allows passengers to travel without generating net CO2 emissions.
More on SAF


Building new technologies

In its Technology Roadmap, IATA has explored radical new concepts that can make the future of flying more sustainable.
More on new technologies

Offsetting CO2 emissions with CORSIA

We work with airlines and regulators on the implementation of CORSIA, the ICAO carbon offsetting scheme for international aviation.
More on CORSIA


FlyAware knowledge center

The FlyAware platform is designed to support airlines on their journey to net-zero with content specifically curated for their needs.

More on FlyAware

Enabling voluntary carbon offsetting

Offer offsetting to your customers via our program

Facilitating reporting & compliance

Rely on our systems for emissions reporting and trading

Managing sustainability performance

Assess and improve your environmental performance

Helping aircraft decommissioning

Retire aircraft without environment & safety risks