Aviation Emissions

In 2020, the entire aviation sector accounts for roughly 2% of global greenhouse gas emissions. The business aviation segment accounts for 2% of all aviation and 0.04% of all global man-made emissions. The business aviation community has pledged to improve on these levels and deliver less CO2 emissions than currently recorded.


Centreline is committed to reducing the environmental impact of its operations. Its work to deliver sustainability and environmental impact improvements at all levels began in 2019. Centreline aims to be Carbon Neutral by 2025.

In Air

Centreline is continuously improving its carbon offset and reduction activities. It proactively promotes the operation of a fleet of aircraft equipped with advanced engine technologies and is evaluating the use of sustainable fuel technologies. By working on its own initiatives and with partners, a suite of sustainable energy and forestry projects will be available, ensuring Centreline’s target of a carbon negative in air operation will be achieved by 2025.

On Ground

Improvements are being implemented over all areas of activities, facilities, utilities and infrastructure. All non-recyclable plastics will be removed from our operations by end 2021. Centreline was the first UK FBO to supply Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) from the Bristol FBO. The SAF will reduce aircraft lifecycle carbon emissions by around 80% compared to the traditional jet fuel it replaces.

Business Jet Charter

Carbon offsetting will be offered on all business jet charter flights operated by Centreline from March 2020. When a charge for carbon offsetting is included in the cost of a charter flight, a charter customer will be funding an emission saving project operated by Centreline or one of its partners to ensure the carbon emitted by their charter flight is offset. Ask our charter sales team for more information.