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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...
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.
Home Depot, Macy’s, Walmart, Whole Foods and American Eagle Airlines’ in-flight magazine “Latitudes” have signed contracts in the first half of 2010 with FutureMark Paper Company, which says it is the only North American manuf...
SkyWest Airlines employees across the United States have helped donate nearly $200,000 to benefit earthquake victims in Haiti.
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This morning Boeing says it has teamed up with solar thermal company Stirling Energy Systems to develop Boeing’s high-concentration photovoltaic (HCPV) solar power technology.
Boeing will test biofuel made by PetroChina, the Wall Street Journal reports.
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United Airlines (UA) has reduced its Scope 1 carbon footprint by more than 11 percent in 2009, compared to the previous year, due to a number of factors including capacity reductions and the retirement of nearly 100 of UA’s oldest and least eff...
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Delta Airlines and Detroit Metro Airport announced they will be expanding their recycling initiatives, according to a press release. The airport will now be providing divided recycling bins in its McNamara Terminal, which serves as Delta’s seco...
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Low carbon aviation fuels could be ready for take off far earlier than many commentators expected, after German airline Lufthansa this week became the latest in a long line of operators to unveil concrete plans for the widespread use of alternative f...
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On Thursday, American Airlines flight 1916 flew from Texas to Connecticut and landed using GE Aviation technology largely based on the work of startup Naverus, which GE acquired in November.
The Brand Emissions Leaders Project aims to provide an annual rating of the carbon performance of the leading brands operating in the UK. In 2009, it ...
Air New Zealand says a new fuel-saving wing device installed on its passenger jets is expected to save the airline more than seven million litres of aviation fuel annually – 19 per cent more than originally anticipated.
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