Ryanair’s Co2 Emissions For October At Just 67g Per Passenger/Km.

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

Ryanair today (7 Nov) released its October CO2 emissions statistics, which show an ave. of 67g CO2 per passenger/km.

October 2019
Total Kilometres17,786m km
Total Passengers13.8m
Total COEmissions1,200 kt
CO2 Per Pax/km67g

Ryanair’s Kenny Jacobs said:

 “Ryanair is Europe’s greenest/cleanest major airline with the youngest fleet and highest load factors. Our CO2 per passenger/km is the lowest in the industry, having been cut from 82g to 67g over the last decade while other high fare competitors currently generate over 120g per pax/km.

The single most important thing any consumer can do to reduce their carbon footprint is switch to Ryanair. We are pleased to announce that our CO2 per pax/km for October was 67g, half the rate of other flag carrier European airlines, and we are committed to reducing this by a further 10% to under 60g per pax/km by 2030.”


This website uses cookies in order to improve the site and user experience. By continuing to use it, you agree to our Privacy Policy.