Chalair Aviation is committed to a sustainable world.
As member of the F.N.A.M. (National Federation of Aviation Merchant) and the C.S.T.A. (Air Transport Syndical Chamber) Chalair Aviation applies the commitments made in the Charter for the Environment, following the "Grenelle 1" and signed on January 28, 2008.
The charter contains clear commitments to reduce noise and emissions of pollution; but also to change paths and routes when necessary and to modernize aircrafts and airport equipment.
This charter was first signed between the State and a profession claiming the responsible nature of our industry.
The company uses to this day, mostly turboprop using kerosene (JetA1).
This type of modern propulsion is particularly virtuous in terms of fuel consumption and therefore CO2 production.
CHALAIR AVIATION invites you to connect to the calculating system of the DGAC (General Direction of the Civil Aviation).
This calculator sets a standard for jet aircrafts and thus will over-estimate the CO2 production.
FNAM, established in 1990, is the leading professional organization of the airline industry. Through eight professional groups, it brings together nine professions and represents more than 370 companies. Serving the airline industry, it contributes to the promotion and development of commercial aviation and provides information and representation of the collective interests of the profession on economic, social, environmental, technical and regulatory issues.