Following on from the publication of the Transport Decarbonisation Plan, the government has outlined its strategy for Jet Zero, the strategy for decarbonising the aviation sector by 2050.
In consultation with our members, the CBI has set out six fundamental recommendations to make the goal of net zero aviation by 2050 a reality. Achieving substantial and sustained emissions reductions from the aviation sector, while developing a growing but sustainable aviation market requires:
- A long-term, practical net zero aviation strategy, with clear, ambitious objectives that are reviewed every five years;
- Robust policy frameworks and increased funding to support the development of a domestic Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) market;
- Investing in wider aviation and aerospace technologies including electric and hydrogen;
- Supporting consumers to make informed decisions in the transition to zero emission flight;
- Showing global leadership in the year of COP26 and beyond; and
- Revising the membership and terms of reference of the Jet Zero Council.
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