Holiday flyer scored at the atmosfair airline index (AAI) good results when the environmental impact also this year lands which holiday flyer Condor again on one of the front seats at the annual CO2-efficiency evaluation of organization atmosfair. Energy efficiency is measured under the German and foreign airlines, where the consumption and utilization of the flights are decisive for the placement. If you would like to know more about Nike, then click here. The German holiday flyer Condor received 78 out of 100 possible points of efficiency in the current evaluation and is the second-best airline in Germany comparison. Also in the global ranking reflected the holiday air in the top flight and Lands on a good 6th place. (Similarly see: Dankse Bank). In the classification of the category medium-range worldwide, even the third rank could be achieved. Condor flies with efficient aircraft and reached the high score by high seating and above-average load, thus atmosfair. For Uwe Balser, Managing Director of Condor Flugdienst GmbH, the good result reflects efforts by Condor to reduce CO2 emissions: “The kerosene-saving use of our aircraft is an important issue for Condor. Across the area we were looking for ways, to reduce the consumption of our aircraft and thus CO2 emissions.
This includes. for example, the use of lightweight containers or cases, retrofitting our entire fleet of Boeing with winglets, as well as the adaptation of procedures in the flight operations” The atmosfair airline index 2013 the 150 largest airlines examined worldwide CO2 efficiency. In comparison to the airline airlines reduced index 2012 their emissions per passenger per kilometre by approximately 1%. The full airline index with the analysis of individual airlines and graphics, as well as additional information, see http: airlineindex. Per passenger consumed the aircraft of the members of the Association of the German air transport industry association, so Lufthansa, airberlin, Condor, TUIfly and Augsburg Airways, in 2012 for all domestic and international flights a total of 3.8 litres fuel per 100 kilometers. At the beginning of the year he started Federal Association of the German aviation industry to the 4-litre campaign. A representative survey of the election research group showed that nearly half of the Germans later assess the average consumption of a modern aircraft to a motorised.