By ensuring that the laws, regulations and cultures of all the territories where it is present are strictly respected, the Group clearly states its ethical commitment by the terms of its Code of Conduct which is applicable to all fields of activity.Total is therefore conscious of its social and environmental responsibility and wishes to be one of the civil society partners in its collective sustainable development ambition.
The TOTAL AVIATION quality label contributes to the common effort by regularly reaffirming its commitment to human Health, the Safety of the activities and respecting the Environment by making the transport of its products as safe as possible and by respecting the most stringent standards in its processes, its logistics and in the product delivered.
All in all, more than 300 airlines trust in TOTAL AVIATION.
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Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF)
Sustainable Aviation Fuel, or SAF, is an alternative to fossil jet fuel which helps to reduce the CO2 emissions generated by air transport. It is already available on the market and can be used in current logistics infrastructure, without any adaptations to existing aircraft and engines.
Total is one of the main players in the global market for commercial, general and private aviation. The development of bio-jet fuels is one part of Total’s strategy to meet the challenge of getting to net zero carbon emissions.
All sustainable aviation fuels produced by the Total Group will be made using waste and residues from the circular economy (animals fats, used cooking oil, etc.).
Total has already been involved in a number of SAF refueling operations, going back several years. They include Lab’Line for the future operations, in partnership with Air France, in 2014, and several Air France flights between Paris and Nice during the Cannes Festival in May 2016. Total has also been refueling aircraft produced at Airbus’s Toulouse site since 2016.