Flightpath: exploring the future of aviation
Aviation benefits our world and contributes to social, economic and individual growth. As aviation charts a return to growth, safety and progress towards a net-zero carbon emissions future will remain firmly on the agenda.
Today’s challenges loom larger and more complex than ever, making that spirit of innovation and collaboration even more essential. That’s why we created “Flightpath”, a digital hub to spark conversations, share expert perspectives and offer potential solutions on issues that are central to the future of our industry.
WATCH: Introducing Flightpath – meet our presenter, Anna Mascolo, President of Shell Aviation.
Explore how aviation can thrive responsibly, now and tomorrow.
Shell’s President of Global Aviation, Anna Mascolo, introduces the Flightpath conversation series.
Title: Flightpath Intro Transcript
Duration: 1:14 minutes
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President – Global Aviation
Aviation is vital to our connected world, delivering immense benefits for people and businesses.
As our industry begins to return to growth, it must ensure a safe recovery while making progress on its aspiration to a net-zero carbon emissions future.
Solutions won’t come easily. Without all parties and all measures coming together to take holistic action, they won’t come quickly or at the necessary scale.
Since the earliest days of flight, Shell partnered with pioneers and visionaries to overcome obstacles and so enable progress.
Today’s challenges loom larger and more complex than ever, making that spirit of innovation and collaboration even more essential.
That’s why we created “Flightpath”, a conversation series offering expert perspectives and potential solutions on issues that are central to the future of our industry.
Join us as we explore how aviation can thrive safely and responsibly, now and tomorrow.
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The aviation industry is on its way to returning to the skies, and part of that return must include reducing its contribution to climate change. The current options are limited and complex, but with urgent action and collaboration from multiple stakeholders and consumer demand for sustainable aviation still strong, significant reductions in aviation emissions are possible.
The COVID-19 pandemic created many challenges in the aviation industry — but it also showcased the potential of emerging technology, from aircraft monitoring systems to remote inspections, and beyond. Such technology will be the key to improve efficiency, anticipate problems, and minimize risk in the future.
The aviation industry is known for its innovation and digital technology development. Over the century, we have advanced to lighter and more fuel-efficient aircrafts, designed digital solutions that improved flight experience, and developed alternative fuels to allow planes to fly in a more sustainable way. It is through these innovations that the aviation industry has progressed and grown. Aviation Tomorrow is a documentary series that explores the trends and innovations that will shape the future of aviation.
COVID-19 teaches us a key lesson: people achieve more, faster when we collaborate with a common purpose. Shell Aviation’s priority throughout the crisis has been to ensure we’re ready when our customers need us.
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