Join us on our journey to transform the world of flying. Together, we’ll make sure we leave the planet better than we found it.
Through our Conscious Choices programme, you can join us on our journey to transform the way you live and travel; making small changes today that have a big impact tomorrow.
Every time you do something good for the planet, you’ll earn a sustainability badge and Etihad Guest Tier Miles – helping you unlock even more rewards as you reach your next Tier Status.
From offsetting your carbon footprint to flying on our modern, fuel efficient aircraft, there are plenty of ways you can choose to travel more sustainably.
With CarbonClick, you can offset your carbon emissions when you fly and help us support projects that fight climate change.
Taking a little less baggage makes a big difference. Less weight means less fuel burn.
Save paper by downloading our app and carrying your boarding pass on your phone.
With one of the youngest fleets, flying Etihad is the best way to reduce your carbon footprint.
If your miles balance is growing again, consider donating them to a green cause. Even a few miles make a big difference.
Wondering what small steps you can take to become a more eco-conscious traveller? Here are a few suggestions …
Stay outside of major cities and support local communities where there are less tourists.
Often the best way to experience a new place is to cycle or walk around – it’s a lot kinder to the planet too.
If you need to take a car, pick an electric taxi to help minimise emissions when you travel.
Reduce plastic waste when you fly by carrying your own headphones on board.
You turn your devices off on board, so why not do the same at home? Shut down standby electronics when they’re not in use.
Don’t splurge on a new holiday wardrobe and rent your clothes instead. It’s fashionable and sustainable.
Carry a reusable water bottle and coffee cup when you travel and say no to plastic whilst you’re away.
Adopt a mangrove in the Etihad Mangrove Forest and watch your mangrove absorb up to 250kg of CO2.