Thomas Cook on track to meet fuel efficiency target

Thomas Cook is confident it can meet fuel efficiency targets by 2020, but its latest sustainability report reveals blips in some areas last year

Thomas Cook has has cut emissions by 300,000 tonnes since 2010.(photograph: Thomas Cook)Holiday company Thomas Cook is on track to meet its 2020 target of a 12% improvement in fuel efficiency from 2008 levels.

The company’s sustainability report, published on 15 January, reveals it made significant progress on energy and water last year, including a 5.6% improvement in fuel efficiency. But its carbon and waste record has lost momentum.

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