The Air France-KLM Group is once again named an industry leader, topping the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI).
For the fifteenth consecutive year, Air France-KLM is one of the frontrunners of the DJSI's Europe and World Index, and this year has secured the top spot.
“Today, the DJSI is rewarding the hard work and concrete actions taken in recent years by all Air France, KLM and Transavia staff in all areas of activity by recognising Air France-KLM as the industry leader," said Benjamin Smith, CEO of Air France-KLM.
"The Air France-KLM Group’s takes its social and environmental responsibility very seriously, and relentlessly pursues iterative improvement in this area so vital to our planet, our employees, our customers, and our future generations. We must remain engaged and unite our industry partners, as we have a shared responsibility to continuously improve the sustainability of the air transport industry.”
Find out more in the Air France-KLM sustainable development report
Dow Jones Sustainability Index
The DJSI Europe and World indices, jointly calculated by the Standard & Poor’s Dow Jones indexes and asset manager RobecoSAM, reward respectively the 144 and 318 most responsible companies. DJSI's ranking is based on an in-depth analysis of the economic, social and environmental performance of more than 3,500 international groups and the assessment of numerous criteria such as corporate governance, customer relations, environmental policy, working conditions and social initiatives.