With Net Zero all the rage these days, you may want to at least have an idea of the impact your air travel has on the environment. Bear in mind industry people making clean sky promises are all going to be retired or no longer be with us in 2050. Meanwhile, take a...
Airbus and seven airlines have signed letters of intent to discuss buying carbon capture credits to offset emissions from air travel. The airlines include Air Canada, AirFrance-KLM, easyJet, International Airlines Group (IAG), LATAM Airlines, Lufthansa Group, and...
It feels like forever, but at last, we have the crucial update to the T2 dataset. This source provides more gems than most others. It is from this database that we developed our Carbon Model. Since we developed this model about a month ago, we have updated it to...
As airlines become more carbon sensitive and embrace anything “Green”, it is useful to get a better comprehension of the carbon footprint generated. The key driver is the number 5.5 – each gallon of Jet-A burned generates 5.5 pounds of carbon. Using...
The airline industry decided to embrace going “carbon neutral” by 2050 – an unreachable goal in the view of many. As one wag commented, Zoom and other online meeting Apps have already reduced carbon pollution from air travel by more than the airline...
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