easyJet is the first airline to work with Iris an air traffic management

easyJet is the first airline to work with Iris, an air traffic management software that acts as a facilitator to decrease aircraft delays, save fuel, and assist lessen the environmental impact of air travel.

Inmarsat, the global leader in mobile satellite communications, is leading the effort in partnership with the European Space Agency (ESA) and Airbus. Iris is a critical component of the aviation industry’s modernization and digitization, and it supports the ATM Research (SESAR) master plan for next-generation air traffic management.

As part of the airline’s Race to Zero goal to attain net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, EasyJet has published its interim science-based carbon reduction objective, a 35% increase in carbon emissions intensity by FY2035 on an FY2020 baseline.


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