DALLAS – UK budget carrier easyJet (U2) has updated its ambitious net zero roadmap to achieve zero carbon emissions by 2050. The airline will shift away from carbon offsetting and prioritise new technology to slash emissions by 35% by 2035.
Since November 2019, easyJet has been offsetting the carbon emissions used on all flights across its network, becoming the first major airline worldwide to do so. Indeed, since 2000 easyJet has managed to reduce its carbon emissions per passenger kilometre by a third. This has been done by adding more fuel-efficient aircraft to the fleet and introducing operational efficiencies such read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”