Kenya Airways granted IATA IEnvA Stage 1

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By Victoria June 14, 2013 13:11

Kenya Airways granted IATA IEnvA Stage 1

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) granted Kenya Airways IATA Environmental Assessment Programme (IEnvA) Stage 1 certification. The IEnvAprogramme aims at creating an internationally recognized evaluation system designed to assess and improve environmental performance of airlines.
Kenya Airways’ Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Titus Naikuni, described the IEnvA accreditation as a key milestone for the airline, and underlined its commitment to upholding highest possible environmental standards.
“At Kenya Airways, we are committed to meeting our customers’ needs in an environmentally sound and sustainable way in line with relevant national and international laws and regulations as we make our contribution towards developing the different markets that we operate in. We are proud to have been certified in this respect,” Naikuni said.
The IEnvA certification will lead to development of standard environmental reporting format that is compatible with the GHG Protocol, Global Reporting Initiative and Carbon Disclosure Project. It will also help in regulatory assurance compliance, save on costs, and support the aviation industry’s climate change goals.
The IEnvA certification is compatible and complementary to IATA’s safety audit programmes, such as IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) and IATA Safety Audit for Ground Operations (ISAGO). In addition to this, IEnvA is also designed to be compatible (but not limited) to standards such as ISO 14001, BS8555 and EMAS

Victoria
By Victoria June 14, 2013 13:11
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