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Global corporate citizenship refers to the work Boeing does in our diverse communities to improve our world. We know that what we do has a global impact and that our combined enterprise-wide efforts can yield sustainable improvement in the communities in which we live, work, and support.
As a global airline with service to more than 250 cities in 40 countries, we take immense pride in bringing people together. By carrying over 100 million passengers a year, we promote commerce, trade, and economic prosperity, as well as a sense of global community, citizenship, and responsibility. With more than 90,000 employees worldwide, we understand that our responsibility as a global citizen ...
As a global airline, we touch the lives of people and businesses all over the world every day. We do more than just connect people with places. We bring together families. We enable the global economy. We bridge cultural divides. With this privilege comes a sense of responsibility to our employees, our customers, our partners and the communities we serve.
As a global airline, we're proud to connect people, places and cultures and keep business on the move. But the freedom of flying also has an impact. That's why we're leading the industry to try to minimise the environmental effects of air travel. We also actively support the local communities in the countries we fly to and continue to show respect for our customers, staff and the c...
Today's heightened interest in the role of business in society has partly been prompted by increased sensitivity to and awareness of environmental and ethical issues. Issues such as environmental damage and the improper treatment of workers have been highlighted in the media and the pressure on business to play a role in social and environmental issues is bound to grow. At Virgin we share our...
At Bombardier, we recognize that climate change and rapid urbanization are changing the face of the planet. We realize that everyone's daily actions, large or small, do make a difference. We understand that Bombardier has a role to play in helping manage these issues by continuing to develop sustainable transportation systems that address global mobility challenges. For this reason, we have w...
Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air were founded on the dreams of visionary individuals who wanted to make a difference within their communities. That commitment to caring for our customers, our communities, our environment, and each other remains a fundamental part of who we are and what we do.
The guiding principle for our personnel functions is to strive for a balance in the triangle of customer, shareholder and employee interests. Achieving such a balance while the business climate and conditions of competition change, secures our long-term economic success and marks our sustainable personnel management.
Continental's commitment to the communities it serves remains a major priority. Our concentration of involvement is focused primarily in our U.S. hub locations - New York/Newark, Houston and Cleveland. These cities comprise our major operations and are home to the vast majority of our employees and customers.
The Culture of Southwest Airlines Co. is often the yardstick for many American corporations. Our Culture is unique because of the SOUTHWEST SPIRIT of our Employees. Defining SOUTHWEST SPIRIT is difficult, but one of the important components is an altruistic nature that places others before self. Our Employees are famous for their warm hearts and giving nature, which is what makes Southwest a Compa...
KLM has performed a pioneering role in international aviation since its establishment in 1919. Its resourceful, customer-oriented and reliable employees form the strong foundations that have made this possible. These same human qualities make KLM stand out today as a leader in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
We recognise that the potential impacts of climate change will be serious and will require changes to be made now, if we are to avoid the worst impacts in future decades. We have a responsibility to run a profitable business, but that must not be at the expense of future generations. That is why we intend to demonstrate leadership in social and environmental issues in the years ahead. We need to w...
The US Airways Board of Directors believes good corporate citizenship is in the best interest of our company and helps ensure the airline's long-term viability. Through our community relations activities, we contribute to the economic and social well being of a range of stakeholders, including employees, shareholders, passengers and the communities in which we operate.
Our commitment to the cities we serve is to support and align ourselves with not- for-profit organizations that focus on children, education, communities and the environment. We engage our crewmembers to help make an impact and inspire greatness in others while enriching the lives of the individuals and communities we serve.
Even though air transport contributes to the world economy and human development, the AIR FRANCE KLM Group is nevertheless conscious of the impact of its activities on the environment, and strives to be a benchmark carrier in terms of social responsibility.