Emissions reporter: Air Astana case study

With a complex reporting process and a busy operation, Air Astana spent hours manually sorting data and filling out forms to report on their annual CO2 emissions output. Since adopting the Emissions Reporter (ER) solution in 2021, all of that has changed.

Like many airlines, Air Astana operates above the threshold of being able to use CERT as a primary monitoring method. As a result, the flag carrier of Kazakhstan needs to track and report actual CO2 emissions for every single flight. This time-consuming and detailed task requires flights to be manually sorted and reviewed to ensure they are reported correctly.
Using Emissions Reporter, I no longer have to manually sort flights and fill out the report forms. It saves time and lets me focus on my other projects and tasks.

Darya Sotskova

Air Astana required a solution that automates the data sorting process and generates ready-to-use reports with clearly-displayed results, reducing time spent on repetitive tasks that could otherwise be used for deeper analysis or completing other projects. Additionally, ER’s tailored and automated data validation capabilities enable Air Astana to easily pinpoint all types of possible errors and address them much more quickly.

In just a few months, ER has enabled Air Astana to leave manual error checking and sorting behind in favor of accurate, organized and easy to prepare emissions compliance reports.

Emissions Reporter is an easy-to-use CO2 emissions reporting tool for commercial and business operators of all sizes. This smart application is part of the Boeing Flight Efficiency and Sustainability suite of fuel efficiency solutions that identifies broad opportunities to reduce fuel consumption, costs, and emissions.