December 16, 2014

Mango becomes first low-cost airline globally to join IATA Carbon Offset Programme

Low-cost airline Mango has become the first non-IATA (International Air Transportation Association) member airline to join the IATA Carbon Offset Programme. The Mango voluntary offset programme launches today with a flat-rate Green Fee of R 6 (six Rand) available as offset option against any flight booked on the airline’s network. The offset contribution is calculated at an average of 119g of CO2 emissions per traveler per domestic flight and available online, on the airline’s mobi-site and mobile apps.

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December 15, 2014

"EcoEarnings: A Shore Thing" study shows JetBlue benefits to region

JetBlue Airways, along with The Ocean Foundation (TOF) and A.T. Kearney, a leading global management consulting firm, announced the results of their unique partnership and research focusing on the long-term health of the Caribbean's oceans and beaches, and a commitment to action developed with the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI).

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