The AAM sector promises to unlock new opportunities across air travel, to enable owners and operators to maximise revenue whist minimising disruption. Utilising renewable energy sources, it also holds significant potential to reduce the industry’s emissions as part of the drive towards net zero.
LCI is uniquely positioned in AAM as well as in the fixed-wing and helicopter sectors and comprehends the need to take action now in order to prepare for the future.
In October 2022, LCI signed Aircraft Leasing Ireland’s (ALI) Sustainability Charter. In signing the Charter, an industry that manages more than $100bn of assets pledges its commitment to achieving net zero carbon objectives. Additional principles and goals include the pursuit of low-carbon technologies such as Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) and hydrogen, the commitment to reuse and recycling, the drive for greater community engagement, and corporate ESG accountability and reporting.
LCI maintains a growing, sustainable, and future-focused fleet of young, modern aviation assets, which are leased to major operators and end-users around the world. Many are deployed on mission critical and socially responsible sectors such as Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Search and Rescue (SAR) and offshore wind energy.