Boeing’s Emissions Reporter can help Asia-Pacific airlines meet new voluntary CORSIA regulations from ICAO


This year, many airlines in Southeast Asia will begin reporting their emissions for the first time due to new emissions reporting requirements for states participating in the initial voluntary phase of ICAO’s Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA). The regulations in this program set standards for monitoring, reporting and verifying CO2 output for all operators meeting the eligibility criteria.
Any airline flying to or from more than 107 participating countries is required to report and offset their emissions that deviate from the baseline – and Boeing's Emissions Reporter digital solution is poised to help them efficiently manage their emissions programs and maintain legislative compliance by simplifying the reporting process.
Operators already using Emissions Reporter have seen great success. For instance, after implementing Emissions Reporter last year, Air Astana eliminated days of manually sorting data and completing forms to report their CO2 emissions, in favor of producing automated, accurate, ready-to-use emissions reports that are compliant.
Learn more about Emissions Reporter and other digital solutions within Boeing’s Flight Efficiency and Sustainability portfolio.