Our January 2023 Aviation Emissions Report looks at global passenger related aviation emissions, with a specific focus on the 25 largest markets by total aviation emissions.
This month we look at Germany as our focus country.
Focus market on this month's report: Germany
Highlights from this month’s report include:
- Total global passenger-related aviation emissions estimated at 54.1m tonnes.
- 38% of aviation emissions in January 2023 were covered by a compliance programme such as CORSIA or EU ETS.
- The largest growth rates in the 25 largest emitting markets in January 2023, when compared with January 2022 were Thailand (+126%), Singapore (+111%) and Republic of Korea (+110%)
- Just three markets (Turkey, Mexico and Vietnam) in the 25 largest emitting markets saw aviation emissions in January 2023 above January 2019 levels.
Spotlight on Germany – the 9th largest source of passenger related aviation emissions in January 2023.
- In January 2023, passenger related aviation emissions from Germany were estimated at 1.24m tonnes, 31% below pre pandemic levels in January 2019.
- 83% of these aviation emissions in January 2023 from Germany were covered by a combination of CORSIA and EU-ETS compliance schemes.
- Inter-continental services are by far the largest contributor to Germany’s aviation emissions, followed by Intra-continental.
- Lufthansa is the largest emitter of aviation emissions from the German market over the past 12 months, followed by Condor Flugdienst, United Airlines, Eurowings and Eurowings Discover.
Download this month’s report here
Our CO2 data which powers our monthly report is available as a dataset, via an API or as part of a subscription to Apex
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