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News and updates on British Airways’ latest One Destination activities.

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BA sustainable fuel project Greensky lands in Essex

British Airways and Solena Fuels are building the world’s first facility to convert landfill waste into jet fuel.  We have now announced the chosen location for this innovative project at […]

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Aviation industry reaches climate agreement

British Airways played a leading role in developing a global aviation industry position on economic measures to cap climate change emissions from 2020. The position aims to support governments in reaching a global agreement when they meet at the International Civil Aviation Organisation Assembly in October 2013.

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Camelford Carbon Fund project opened

The latest Carbon Fund project supported by British Airways customers saw a low-carbon biomass boiler installed at Camelford Leisure Centre, Cornwall in July 2013.

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Welcome to One Destination

Welcome to One Destination, the British Airways Corporate Responsibility programme! Our aim is to open a dialogue between BA and anybody who is interested in learning more about the work we do. The website covers areas such as British Airways Health Services, Community Investment, Diversity and Environment.


Launch of Ground Operations and Departures Code Of Practice

A new code of practice aimed at reducing the environmental impacts of aviation was launched on 26th June 2012, which looks at ground operations and departures best practice.

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Rolls-Royce Biofuels Testing

British Airways is working with Rolls-Royce to identify practical sustainable alternatives to the current industry fossil fuels. We are part way through a series of tests and the results will be shared across the industry. The aim is to increase the range of sustainable fuels available and ultimately to reduce aviation’s impact on the environment.

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