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Efficient engines for an increasingly sustainable aviation

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At the Copenhagen Climate Conference in 2009 the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) set environmental targets that are endorsed by all players in the aviation industry.


These objectives include an annual improvement of 1.5% in fuel efficiency between 2009 and 2020, and a decrease in CO2 emissions of 50% by 2050.


At ITP Aero it is crucial to develop our own technology to design and manufacture aeronautical engines that are increasingly more efficient, less noisy and more environmentally friendly.

Therefore, we invest in R&D projects aimed at improving the environment, including efficiency and CO2 emissions, noise reduction, use of raw materials or sustainability of production processes.


We focus on improving our environmental culture within our organization and our processes. We have ISO 14001 multi-site Environmental Management certification for our environmental management system, which encompasses centres located in Spain, Mexico and the United Kingdom. At the same time, we have UNE-EN ISO 14001:2015 certification for our plant in India.

In addition, our Spanish facilities in Barakaldo, Zamudio, Ajalvir and Alcobendas are EMAS registered, the highest level of environmental management.



We segregate our waste at source and deliver it to authorised handlers who ensure an appropriate and specific treatment according to its nature.

Water and atmosphere emissions

We have wastewater and atmospheric emissions generating processes as well as pollution control systems through which we carry out periodic analyses that allow us to verify both the quality of the effluents into the water and air and also compliance with the established environmental requirements.

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