LATAM Airlines was recognized as the best performing airline in the region and second worldwide in sustainability, in the 2021 edition of “The Sustainability Yearbook” of the S&P Global Dow Jones Index (DJSI).
For the first time, it was selected as a “Silver Class” airline, and it was ranked among the 5% of the airlines with the best sustainability performance within the world’s airline industry.
“The Sustainability Yearbook” brings together companies with the best environmental, social, and corporate governance practices in the world, which are rated and listed in the DJSI, the world’s leading and most respected sustainable investment index.
More than 7,000 companies were evaluated, and only 630 of them were selected to be part of this yearbook; 280 of whose performance during the evaluation was between 1 and 15%, were recognized in some of the following categories: Gold Class, Silver Class, Industry Mover, and Bronze Class, as applicable.
In 2020, LATAM had outstanding management in the following areas: Brand Management and Risk and Crisis Management, Environmental Indicators Report, and Climate Strategy. He also stood out in Human Capital Development and Social Indicators Report, among others.
“This result is a recognition of what multiple LATAM teams have been doing in recent years. However, we see it only as a beginning. As a group, we have the firm intention of making aviation a sustainable industry with the urgency that we feel the planet needs”, said Roberto Alvo, CEO of LATAM Airlines Group.
Source: Aerolatin News