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Let’s unite our efforts to take care of our planet

As one of the leaders in private aviation, Global Jet has a responsibility towards the planet in order to reduce its environmental footprint and also by suggesting new sustainable solutions to their clients.

The services we offer


Amongst the different solutions, Global Jet proposes the following ones :

Sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) are defined as renewable or waste-derived aviation fuels that meets sustainability criteria n°1. Technical analysis done at ICAO shows that SAF has the greatest potential to reduce CO2 emissions from International Aviation.

Efficiency and an ecologically friendly operation, stands at the forefront of our company ethos. Through the various programs, we are able to provide our clients with the unique opportunity to play a crucial role in protecting and preserving our Planet.

The benefits of SAF

For the Planet


  • Cleaner alternative to fossil fuel

  • Up to 80% reduction of Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions

  • Minimized negative impact on the environment


For the Economy


  • Geographically diverse fuel supply= Less pricing volatility

  • Utilization of waste for SAF production will enhance ecological situation globally


Technical Requirements


  • NO requirements for the change of airframe, engine, or logistical infrastructure

  • SAF exceeds existing aviation fuel specification


“Cap - and - trade” approach: the EU states a cap on how much Greenhouse Gas pollution can be emitted each year. Companies hold, buy or trade European Emission Allowance (EUA) for each CO2 tonne they emit within one calendar year.

The annual charge for the Carbon Emissions is included in the monthly report.

For each applicable ETS flight, the volume of carbon emitted is calculated based on actual fuel burnt.

The equivalent of carbon produced is then purchased as “Carbon Rights” (Emission Quotas) under the ETS program.

Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme (CORSIA) is an equivalent to the ETS at an international level.

It is important to highlight that it is possible to voluntarily contribute to a number of offsetting programs.

There are more than 1500 on-going projects worldwide that are compliant with the Social Development Goals. Here are the sectors:

  • Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use

  • Chemical Industry

  • Energy demand

  • Energy distribution

  • Energy industries (renewable/non-renewable sources)

  • Fugitive emissions from fuels (solid, oil, gas)

  • Fugitive emissions from production and consumption of halocarbons and Sulphur hexafluoride

  • Livestock, enteric fermentation, and manure management

  • Manufacturing industries

  • Metal production

  • Mining/ mineral production

  • Transport

  • Waste handling and disposal