Commercial airlines and cruise ship operators know that passenger concerns about onboard safety aren’t likely to go away any time soon. Advanced air purification systems could go a long way toward bringing customers back to both industries.
Regardless of whether your airline already has a potable water weight management process or has no process at all, it's still possible to improve and optimise the system—and thus capture significant fuel burn savings.
Whether you’re an airline executive, an operator, or ground crew, a potable water management system offers many advantages. International Water-Guard’s Pre-Select system provides substantial fuel savings as a result of reduced water weight.
Proper management of potable water on an aircraft can provide substantial ROI in the form of fuel burn savings and carbon emission reductions. But how easy is a water management system to set up and use?
Sustainability is a topic that is grabbing more attention than ever amongst top level aviation executives. And while CO2 reduction has earned top billing on that sustainability stage, airlines could also gain tremendously by looking at their water weight management.
As the airline industry slowly begins to recover from one of the most significant global threats in recent history, addressing the passenger experience is going to be top of mind for major stakeholders. Chief among their concerns will be addressing cabin air and whether there is more that can be done to ensure the protection of passengers.
More stringent in-cabin protocols are required to mitigate the community spread of COVID-19 and other airborne and surface pathogens. However, in a time where airline profit loss is already nearing the redline, what will it cost in both time and money to implement even further procedures?