Altitudes is a podcast by Etihad about people who have been defined by travel, and the people who are defining travel's future.
The Flight Path to Zero Carbon
With millions of cars off city streets, and thousands of aircraft grounded at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, something remarkable happened. For the first time since the industrial revolution, global carbon emissions saw a record drop of 7%.
But as the world begins its recovery, some are worried that this will soon be undone. Etihad however, sees this as the beginning of air travel's sustainable future.
On this episode of Altitudes, we'll explore what "sustainable air travel" actually means, and discover what steps Etihad has already taken on the journey to making this a reality.
The Physiology of Flying
People around the world have never been more conscious about their health when it comes to travel. So much so, that it made some of us realise how little we know about the effects that flying has on our bodies.
To help answer some of our most pressing questions is Dr. Nadia Bastaki, Vice President of Etihad Medical Services and the first Emirati woman to be accredited as an expert in aviation medicine.
A Conversation with Etihad Airways CEO Tony Douglas
How different will travelling be post-pandemic? Is Etihad about to merge with Emirates? And are flights between the UAE and Israel on the horizon?
Etihad Aviation Group CEO Tony Douglas joins us on the first episode of Altitudes to help answer these questions and more.
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