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IndiGo is implementing modern measures to scale back water and gas consumption on flights, on the event of World Environment Day. The airline has efficiently carried out trials with a new water faucet in 200 flights which diminished water consumption by 5.4 ltr/hr.
For a median size 138 min flight (as per our trials carried out onboard), the airline saved 12.42 Ltr of water per flight. IndiGo at the moment operates 1500 day by day flights with a median flight length of 98min. This new set up will scale back water consumption by 8.82 ltr/ flight, enabling general water financial savings of 13230 Ltr/ Day.
According to the discharge, this modification may also resolve the problem of water amount in lengthy flights. The diminished want for uplifting water in shorter flights may also contribute to gas financial savings throughout operations, lowering carbon emissions by 930.75 Kg CO2/m3 per 12 months. The airline has been working in direction of an built-in sustainable strategy which may also help them with day- to- day operations. IndiGo would be the first airline globally to make these modifications for water conservation on board the plane.
Wolfgang Prock-Schauer, President and Chief Operating Officer, IndiGo mentioned: “We have a special responsibility towards the environment and ESG is therefore one of our top corporate goals. We are in the process of institutionalising a sustainable approach to operations over the last few years, where-in sustainability is being integrated with day-to-day operations. With this new initiative, we aim to conserve water and significantly reduce carbon emissions through fuel savings. These consistent initiatives will contribute to a healthy ecosystem for our future generations.”
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