Holidaymakers, businessmen and women, even global philanthropists are at it – despite the maelstrom of activity focusing on sustainability and environmental consciousness, flying is still the premier choice of millions looking to travel both domestically and internationally.
In an age where convenience is king, the benefits associated with jumping on a plane mean that overhauling flying habits is an unlikely outcome anytime soon. Not to mention, it’ll require action from more than just one group of people. Noticeable sustainability benefits can only be achieved if all parties work together – the passengers, the suppliers, the airlines and the industry as a whole. So, how do we affect change holistically and make flying a more responsible mode of transport?