Hi Fly, a leading wet lease specialist and charter airline operating worldwide, and ANA – Aeroportos de Portugal, the company responsible for managing ten airports in Portugal, have partnered to make Beja Airport carbon neutral. This collaboration will involve all stakeholders at the airport, including Hi Fly, ANA, and other third parties.
By signing a Stakeholder Partnership Plan, Hi Fly has confirmed its enrollment in the Aviation and Mobility Working Group, where it was discussed and developed a set of actions and plans to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. Hi Fly is committed to implementing measures from the list of emissions reduction actions defined in the Partnership Plan.
Moreover, Hi Fly is committed to participating in the Aviation and Mobility Working Group’s ongoing efforts to evaluate key performance indicators, track its own accountability, and recognize potential hurdles and growth opportunities related to this plan’s execution.
The Stakeholder Partnership Plan will promote best practices regarding emissions reduction at the airport level and enable the stakeholders enrolled to meet their internal goals on environmental performance and work towards future emissions reductions and global positive mobility.
About Hi Fly
Hi Fly is the largest Airbus Widebody aircraft wet lease specialist in the world, EASA and IOSA certified and FAA approved, with AOC’s in Portugal and Malta, and licensed to operate globally. The airline operates a large fleet of all Airbus aircraft, Airbus A320, A330 and A340, available for wet lease and charter, passengers and cargo, on short, medium and long-term contracts, worldwide. Customers include airlines, governments, tour operators, freight forward companies and private individuals and the military. This is Hi Fly’s core business and has been developed with unmatched operational expertise over the last 18 years.
About Hi Fly Sustainability
Hi Fly is committed to contributing to a more responsible and sustainable planet by fighting against the very important issues that are plastic pollution and carbon emissions. The company and its principal sustainability partner, The Mirpuri Foundation, are actively implementing and promoting good practices in its business. Hi Fly is the first Airline completely “Plastic free” on its own flights and was the first Airline to declare that will be carbon neutral by 2030.