JetBlue Introduces Sustainable Program Allowing Corporate Customers to Report Travel Emissions
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JetBlue recently announced the launch of its Sustainable Travel Partners program, which offers a suite of services particularly, helping corporate customers reduce and assess their travel emission footprint. The airline currently uses SAF from San Francisco and Los Angeles International Airports and plans to expand to the northeast.
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Aviation accounts for 2 to 3 per cent of global emissions and has come under the tag of a significant source of greenhouse gas emissions. With the announcement of the new program, The airline helps its corporate customers set their corporate sustainability targets, which mainly includes Scope 3 emissions reductions.
Sara Bogdan, director of sustainability and environmental social governance, JetBlue, said: " When our customers are back flying again, they have been asking our great support in meeting their net-zero and sustainable travel goals"
The resources provided under the program include the purchase of Sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) certificates, personalized travel data and analysis for emissions reporting. Through the program, corporate customers can make sustainable travel decisions through consultation and tools.
Over the last few months, JetBlue has announced several sustainable goals including, Targets to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2040, convert 10 per cent of its total fuel use to SAF.