SAVE THE PLANET ONE DECARBONIZED AIRCRAFT AT A TIME.
How it works
We will gather the facts by undertaking a technical audit and gap analysis of your assets with a focus on aircraft, engines, inventories, work shops and hangers. We will undertake a fleet analysis, a fleet transition plan and a carbon budget revenue plan.
We will provide the expertise to green your business.
Meeting obligations for compliance with Net-zero standards requires calculating, understanding, reducing, and offsetting your organization’s greenhouse gas emissions.
The audit will measure the carbon budget of your business. The gap analysis will identify the areas where carbon credits can be earned and traded. We will assign a value to the emissions savings that can be monitized.
We will identify and quantify ways to reduce your carbon foot print. We will provide an estimate for the cost of transitioning aircraft to zero-emissions supported by a green banking plan to finance it.
The project will be structured to meet the requirements of the ICAO CORSIA scheme for international services ,and the Paris Agreement requirements for domestic operations compliance with CO2 emission standards.
The revenue component of the design will enable you to build your company ESG strategy (Environment, Society and Governance).
Our fleet building and aircraft financing strategy will improve your access to Green banking, equity, debt, and government support.
Build your aviation business on a green platform, with access to green banking, ICAO CORSIA scheme and Paris Agreement compliance in ways designed to meet the "Net-Zero" emissions standards and rapidly outpace competitors with "Zero" emissions programs.
We are airline management specialists.
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Why is the airline industry changing?
Is it because the customer base is changing? The 1930s were chracterized by the Great Depression and the Douglas DC3. The depression stiffled consumption so very few people travelled by air. The DC3 made air travel profitable subject to growth in demand, which did not materialize. The post-World-War II generation, matured in the jet age and space age. It was the first two-income household generation and the first TV generation. Travel and tourism was to them, what social networking, technology, environmental & social awareness was to later generations. The Baby Boom Generation was characteristically part of the counterculture of the 1960s. They remain widely committed to core values such as gender equality, racial equality, and environmental stewardship. Generation X, the Yuppi generation, matured in the 1970s and 80s, It was the MTV, music video, and electronics generation. It was a period characterised by the oil crisis, super-inflation, very high interest rates, super cheap inclusive tours, mass travel holidays, deregulation and low cost airlines. The Millennials, often referred to as Generation Y or Generation Next, came of age in the 1980s & 1990s. They are characterized by being socially conscious. They are opinion formers & the center of most marketing efforts. They are multi-taskers, think outside the box, and have creative problem-solving skills. They were digital pioneers, and are technologically advanced. Very careful before buying a service/product. They look for advice and do research before doing so. Generation Z are high users of technology, & are not in awe of aviation as the Baby Boomers. They were born at the start of the internet, where information is immediately accessable and social media is global. They broaden their knowledge with an abundance of information, but focusing on screen time compounds feelings of isolation & leads to underdeveloped social skills. They believe technology is changing the economy, leaving low-income Gen Z’s vulnerable. In current economic conditions where travel is restricted by Coved and a war in Europe, GenZs fear that a recession is close. They have cut back on discretionary spending such as air travel.
Airlines transition to the circular economy: ie. aircraft services, green banking, R & D for aircraft transitions to zero emissions and aircraft decarbonization
Is your company green or is it greening ?
Our business is different from other aviation companies because our professional team has a clear understanding of airlines, lessors and investor environmental needs.
The Covid-19 pandemic has affected public opinion, increasing support for earth's health. The Economist reported on a Boston Consulting Group survey of over 3,000 respondents across eight countries found that 70% of participants are more aware now, than before the Covid-19 pandemic, that human activity threatens the environment. 75% of respondents said environmental issues are as concerning as health issues. 75% of respondents also want to see environmental issues captured in Covid-19 recovery plans.
We have launched & managed airlines & financed almost $2.5BN worth of aircraft. We have environmental skills to transition your business into the green economy. We know when an aviation business is green, but do you? Take the test.
Take the test: Is your business greening or greenwashing or green-hidden?
1. Trade-off: Does your company claim that a product is "green" based on an unreasonably narrow set of attributes without attention to other important environmental issues?
2. False advertising. Does your company spend significantly more resources on advertising being "green" than on environmentally sound practices?3. Rebranding. Has your company changed the name or label of a product to evoke the natural or green environment ?
4. Image shifting: Has your company copied multimillion-dollar campaigns portraying highly-polluting companies as eco-friendly.
5. Blame Game. Does your company want to pass responsibility for pollution to consumers?6. Vagueness: a claim so poorly defined or broad, its real meaning could be missed by consumers ? Eg. "Net-Zero emissions by 2035", isn’t necessarily "green".7. Worshiping False Labels: Does a claim by your company, through words or images, gives the impression of a third-party endorsement where none exists ?8. Irrelevance: Does your company make a claim that may be truthful but is unimportant or unhelpful to consumers seeking environmentally-preferable products.9. Lesser of Two Evils: Does your company make a claim that may be true within the product category, but risks distracting consumers from the greater environmental impact of the category as a whole?10. Fibbing: Is your company making a claim that is not accurate ?
For each answer "No" add ten points. For each answer "Yes" deduct ten points. You are now Green if the result is higher than 80.