ATW's 2013 Eco-Pioneer of the Year - Video

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From the outset, Qantas Group has made environmental sustainability a guiding principle for how it operates. Well over a decade ago, when eco-aviation was a barely known term, Qantas sponsored a fledgling initiative called Clean up Australia Day. Since then, it has continuously led the field in industry-wide, collaborative eco efforts, including becoming a founding member of the Australian Initiative for Sustainable Fuels (ASAF) and working with key stakeholders to develop an Australian “Flight Path to Sustainable Aviation.” These efforts and its many industry firsts make Qantas truly deserving of the title Eco-Pioneer of the Year.

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