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Ultraefficient engines for a sustainable aviation

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ITP Aero has joined the United Nations "Race to Zero" campaing through the "Business Ambitions to 1.5ºC" programme, through which it commits to being a carbon neutral company by 2050.


As a first step towards this goal, ITP Aero is committed to achieving carbon neutrality in our operations by 2030. 


ITP Aero is committed to developing proprietary technology to design and manufacture aero engines that are increasingly more efficient, less noisy and more respectful of our environment in order to contribute to sustainable aviation.

For this reason, we are part of Race to Zero, a global campaign promoted by the United Nations to create a future of zero net carbon emissions.

We are the first Spanish aviation company to commit to achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050 and as a first step, we are committed to achieving carbon neutrality in our operations by 2030.

To achieve our commitments, we invest in development projects, especially R&D, aimed at environmental improvement, whether in terms of efficiency and CO2 emissions, noise reduction, use of raw materials or sustainability of our production processes.

Excellence in environmental management

A large part of the R&D projects in which the company participates are focused on achieving environmental improvements, both in terms of our products and operations, as well as in the industrial processes associated with the manufacture of aeronautical components.

In our operations we apply the principle of continuous improvement in all phases of the production chain, achieving a more sustainable circular economy. 

ITP Aero has an environmental management system that provides a structured process for achieving improvements and for the systematic control of environmental performance based on the continuous improvement cycle: planning, development, verification and action.



The company has environmental management certificates in accordance with the UNE-EN ISO 14001:2015 standard at all its workplaces in Spain, Mexico, the United Kingdom and India. Likewise, the Spanish centres in Zamudio, Ajalvir, Alcobendas and Barakaldo have EMAS registration, the highest level of environmental management.

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