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JetBlue Offers Passengers Carbon Offset Option

jetblue.jpgUnder a new initiative dubbed “Jetting to Green,” JetBlue is offering its customers the opportunity to offset carbon dioxide emissions generated by their travel through a partnership with Carbonfund.org. Options start at $5 per roundtrip flight.

Other elements of Jetting to Green include publishing an environmental and social report, and offering crew members and customers opportunities to volunteer and make a difference in their own neighborhoods.

Delta was the first U.S. airline to offer its customers a carbon offset program. Other airlines, including Cathay Pacific, Virgin Blue, and SAS have similar programs.

In partnership with JetBLue, Airbus, and International Aero Engines, Honeywell Aerospace announced that it will study the use of sustainable biofuel in commercial aircraft.

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One thought on “JetBlue Offers Passengers Carbon Offset Option

  1. This is good news. In my estimation, Delta is the best domestic carrier to offer this and Qantas is the best international. The more the merrier! Now, let’s see REAL movement on the use of biofuels!

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