Greenest in its class
Quieter and cleaner skies
Less is more
The Airbus A321LR is in perfect sync with our continued efforts in sustainable tourism, powered by engines with the lowest fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions (CO2 and NOx) in their class.
Compared to previous generation Airbus aircraft, the Airbus A321LR…
Consumes over 15% less fuel.
Generates 50% less noise in the cabin and communities.
Produces about 5,000 fewer tonnes of CO2 a year.
Lowers NOx emissions—which contribute to smog and acid rain— by 50%.
Leader in sustainability
And the winner is…
In 2022, Air Transat was named Best Leisure Airline in North America at the Skytrax World Airline Awards.
In 2016 and 2017, Air Transat’s head office was named one of the greenest in North America by Corporate Responsibility Magazine.
In 2015, Air Transat won two awards—for Large Business of the Year and for Sustainable Development—at the Mercuriades gala.
In 2014, Air Transat was the first airline in North America to complete the first stage of the IATA Environmental Assessment.
In 2011, Air Transat's headquarters became the first building in Canada to achieve LEED-EB© Platinum certification in Canada.
Since 2011, atmosfair has ranked Air Transat No. 1 in Canada and among the world’s top 30 airlines for fuel efficiency and reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.
In 2004, Air Transat implemented a fuel management program, which has since become one of the most innovative and rigorous in the industry.