Air Transat certified green

Victoria
By Victoria December 16, 2011 18:09

Air Transat certified green

Air Transat, a Montreal-based airline, is the world’s first certified green airline. The certification named Fly-360-Green(TM) consists of a comprehensive rating system for the design, innovation and operation of highly sustainable airlines and airports.
Developed by the World Green Aviation Council, formerly known as GREENHORIZON Aviation, Fly-360-Green(TM) is intended to provide the airline industry and the airports with a concise framework for identifying and implementing collaborative and measurable green aviation designs, innovations, and operations solutions.
“We are very pleased to be announcing that Air Transat is the first green certified airline,” says Kharam Singh Khalsa, CEO at World Green Aviation Council. “Air Transat recognizes the prime importance of sustainability and this can be seen through their Fly-360-Green(TM) results totalling over 110 points and qualifying them for the top class certification level in the program – the World’s Official A-Class rating” describes Mr. Khalsa. We congratulate Air Transat on its green airline achievements.

Victoria
By Victoria December 16, 2011 18:09
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