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MEDIA RELEASE

PA Consulting reveals how the UK can become world leaders in Sustainable Aviation

  • PA Consulting announces key findings from sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) executive summary report at Farnborough International Airshow Connect (FIA Connect)
  • Report finds that now is the time for SAF to be brought to market in the UK as part of the wider plan to reduce aviation industry’s carbon footprint and to support the UK Aviation industry in its commitment to Net-Zero by 2050

PA Consulting (PA), the global innovation and transformation consultancy that brings ingenuity to life, today presented key findings from a white paper on sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) at Farnborough International Air show (FIA Connect). 

Partnering with Aerospace, Defence, Security & Space (ADS) – an organisation representing over 1,100 business across these sectors – PA Consulting and ADS will publish the white paper in full at the start of August. The report will offer a deep dive into, what’s blocking the progress of the SAF industry and what leaders across the value chain need to kick start the action needed to carbon reductions in Aviation and achieve the UK’s commitments to the Paris climate agreement. 

Presenting the executive summary of the report at FIA Connect, Kim McCann, aviation sustainability expert at PA Consulting, said:

“The UK is already leading the world when it comes to enshrining sustainability targets in law and decarbonising industry. We were the first G7 nation to set the Paris climate agreement into law and the first country where that law has been directly used to challenge the aviation industries right to grow.  

"Sustainable aviation fuels are the only drop in technologies that can significantly reduce Aviation's emissions now and are ready to scale. There is an appetite for this change across the UK Aviation and Aerospace Industry.”

The full report will be published in early August 2020. Download the executive summary here.

To watch the webinar in full by Kim at FIA Connect, please view here

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