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LifeMiles is Avianca's frequent flyer program.
With the best human talent and technology, on our 2020 flight, we will be recognized as an excellent corporate citizen, connecting our interest groups with the best alternatives to generate social and environmental value, and humanitarian aid for Latin America.
At Avianca, being human is at the center of everything we do. We are committed to being a transformation agent for the companies where we work. Our Corporate Citizen strategy: Avianca Citizen, has the purpose of contributing to building better citizens in Latin America. We participate in the most relevant scenarios and initiatives of corporate citizenship, sustainability and shared value in the region, and we offer high-impact social and environmental investment platforms for our customers and interest groups. We also work hand in hand with civil organizations renowned for the quality and impact of their work.
We connect social value and humanitarian aid through our corporate conduct, social programs and better products to build social value.
We connect children and teenagers from Latin America’s most vulnerable communities with medical treatments and highly complex surgeries. Invested miles are used to transfer children in need of specialized medical attention via air, and save or improve their quality of life. Since 2006, almost 3.000 children have been benefited, transporting them and their families by redeeming almost 75 million miles.
We connect children and teenagers of Latin America’s most vulnerable communities so they can be a part of a unique flight experience with Avianca, making the dreams of children with highly-complex diseases or reserved diagnoses come true. Likewise, for children who stand out for their academic performance and for whom travel means a recognition, award or distinction from an educational entity, a scholarship or to share research, studies or projects that contribute to the development of communities and caring for the environment. Since 2006 more than 3.000 tickets have been awarded.
We support assistance during natural disasters and social emergencies along Avianca’s routes. We work with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, helping transport humanitarian aid to help affected population or rescue personnel, volunteers, medical teams or victims during an emergency.
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As Avianca Citizens, we are committed to innovative with a sustainable impact through initiatives that generate environmental value, while carrying out preventive actions involving regular risk management, identification of environmental impact and management of climate change.
Environmental management system
We have an ISO 14001:2015 certified environmental management system at the bases of Quito, Guayaquil and Medellín (MRO) which is internationally accredited by IQNET
Avianca reaffirms its commitment to environmental care and rational use of natural resources, engaging its operations to:
We contribute from our management and operations, with the mitigation and adaptation to climate change through the implementation of actions to reduce the emissions, greater energy efficiency and use of clean technologies that allowed us in this 2018:
Reduce in 16.5% the purchased electricity consumption in comparison with 2017.
Likewise, in 2018 we continued to have carbon neutral operations in Colombia by purchasing carbon credits and reducing emissions verified and certified under international and national standards. These credits are a high-impact social and environmental investment.
In 2018, we achieve:
We connect environmental value through responsible environmental management and connecting products and initiatives with certified environmental value. We innovate with sustainable impact with initiatives that generate environmental value and positively impact the regions where we operate:
a) Incorporation of the new fleet: In 2017 we incorporated 6 leading edge technology aircraft, reducing fuel consumption, greenhouse gas emissions (GGE) and noise.
b) Best Operational Practices: In 2017, through our energy saving programs, we reduced fuel consumption by 5.976.107 gallons. This corresponds to 58.303,98 Tons less of CO2.
c) Compensation of Emissions: In 2017 we purchased carbon bonds, compensating for greenhouse gas emissions as a result of fuel consumption in Colombian operations, which are transformed into high-impact social and environmental investment. The investment benefits renewable energy projects (biomass, solar and hydroelectric), reforestation, restoration and preservation of forests.
The impact of our strategy
• 26 countries
• + than 19.000 employees.
• 30 million passengers per year.
• More than 800 daily flights.
• + than 10.000 suppliers