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Qantas Plans to Cut Emissions 25% by 2030 on Pathway to Zero

Qantas Airways Ltd. aircraft on the tarmac at Sydney Airport in Sydney, Australia.

Qantas Airways Ltd. aircraft on the tarmac at Sydney Airport in Sydney, Australia.

Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg

Qantas Airways Ltd. said it plans to cut its carbon pollution 25% by 2030 as the Australian airline laid out a pathway to reach net-zero emissions by mid-century.

The plan involves interim targets for fuel efficiency, the use of sustainable aviation fuel, applying more carbon offsets, and cutting out single-use plastics entirely, Qantas said Thursday.