airberlin is bringing flying and the environment into harmony and constantly improving its fuel efficiency, with great success. In 2012, Germany’s second largest airline set a new record; airberlin achieved an average fuel consumption of just 3.4 litres per 100 passenger kilometres flown, making the airline more eco-efficient than any other network carrier in Europe. airberlin also has one of the most modern fleets in Europe, the average age of its aircraft being just five years. airberlin’s fuel efficiency program “Eco-Efficient Flying”, saves fuel and reduces CO2 emissions on a daily basis. Over the next five years airberlin has set itself the target of reducing fuel consumption to just 3 litres per 100 passenger kilometers – this is a good litre below the average for the German airline industry.