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World aviation giant Airbus is betting on sustainable ships to transport aircraft components. Each model can transport 70 12-meter containers, with 2 dual-fuel engines powered by marine diesel and e-methanol 

5 November 2023 to 16: 21
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In addition to expanding its business into airplanes, Airbus also intends to compensate for the gases emitted when transporting its components by ships, find out more

Airbus, one of the world's leading aircraft manufacturers, is expanding its horizons into the maritime sector. The company not only seeks to improve its aircraft production, but is also committed to offsetting emissions associated with transporting its aircraft components. To achieve this goal, Airbus plans to replace its current fleet of charter ships with more environmentally friendly models by 2026.

With the increase in production of its planes in the coming years, Airbus faces the challenge of balancing its expansion with a solid environmental commitment. Production of aircraft models like the A320 is expected to reach a staggering 75 aircraft per month by 2026, which in turn would result in a considerably larger carbon footprint.

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Investment in a fleet of sustainable ships

To meet these challenges, Airbus has taken proactive measures. The company reached an agreement with Louis Dreyfus Armateurs, which specializes in building sustainable, low-emission vessels. These new vessels will be owned by Louis Dreyfus, who will also be responsible for operating them.

This strategic change is not only an innovation in the transport sector, but also represents a strong environmental commitment. Airbus hopes this new fleet of sustainable ships can reduce carbon emissions by almost half. By 2030, the expectation is that the carbon of the company decreased from 68 thousand to 33 thousand tons.

Airbus' initiative to build sustainable ships and the positive impact

This initiative to build sustainable ships demonstrates that Airbus is willing to go beyond the skies to achieve sustainability. It is a notable example of how a leading company in the aircraft is committed to reducing its environmental impact, not just in the air but also at sea. 

Investing in a fleet of sustainable ships not only helps protect the planet, but also sets the standard for the global aerospace industry. It's a step in the right direction towards a greener and more responsible future.


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