An eco-responsible flight? Transavia moves forward

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On Thursday, January 23rd Air France's Low Cost company carried out its first test flight on waste recycling.

Transavia has launched an eco-responsible approach by banning single-use plastics. With a consumption of nearly 41 tons of plastics per year on all of its flights, this is a major issue, especially in the context of the ban on these plastics in 2020 implemented in France from a European directive. The directive also sets a target for member states of collecting 90% of plastic bottles by 2029. Bottles sold in the EU must also contain at least 25% of recycled plastic in 2025 and at least 30% in 2030.

If the states allow themselves longer deadlines, companies will commit themselves to this step in the shorter term. Beyond plastic, Transavia applies its eco-responsible strategy to all of its activity, through partnerships with startups, OpenAirlines and Safetyline - the latter partner of ADP Ingénierie (ADPI). These cooperations enable the company to develop eco-management and implement pioneering solutions for better management of its impact on the environment.

This transformation cannot be done without the commitment of the employees who massively agree with the program. The rallying of employees is the guarantee of success of such initiatives. A good example to follow!

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