Sustainability news

Our "Sustainability news" timeline brings you all the latest developments in one place, with links to find out more information. TUI is committed to making tourism more sustainable – reducing the environmental impacts of holidays, creating positive change for people & communities and pioneering sustainable tourism.

TUI Aviation strengthens sustainability transformation

TUI Aviation plays a crucial role in the TUI Sustainability Strategy and our carbon reduction initiatives. We commit to the internationally recognised ISO14001 environmental management system (EMS) as a strong tool for sustainable transformation across our airlines.
TUI’s airlines have been continuously working on sustainability throughout the pandemic, with all 5 airlines achieving and maintaining ISO 14001 certification for many years now. The latest development is a merge and recertification of ISO 14001:2015 for our Northern and Western Region Airlines i.e. TUI Airways (UK), TUI fly Nordic, TUI fly Netherlands and TUI fly Belgium. This is an important step in TUI Airlines sustainability plan, to align and collaborate on sustainability activities across the different regions.

Less CO 2 emissions, less waste, more green energy: TUI delivered 43 million "greener and fairer" holidays since 2015

When TUI´s Better Holidays, Better World sustainability strategy was rolled out across the business in 2015, the ambitious goal to deliver 10 million ‘greener and fairer’ holidays per year by 2020 was set. Data published in the latest sustainability report shows that this goal was achieved. 10.3 million customers stayed in hotels with sustainability certifications in 2019 alone, reaching our ambition of 10 million one year early. Over the course of six years (2015 to 2020), 43 million ‘greener and fairer’ holidays had been delivered.

Recognition for TUI´s commitment to sustainability

TUI has once again made it into the prestigious Sustainability Yearbook 2021. The Yearbook showcases the sustainability performance of the world’s largest companies and includes the top 15% of companies in each industry.

Manjit Jus, Global Head of ESG Research, S&P Global: “We congratulate TUI Group for achieving a place in The Sustainability Yearbook 2021. With over 7,000 companies assessed, an inclusion in the yearbook is a true statement of corporate sustainability excellence.”