On the heels of having four jets seized for non-payment and industry scrutiny, Ultra-low-cost Carrier (ULCC) Flair Airlines has announced improvements in its business operations. In a recent press conference, Stephen Jones, CEO, Flair Airlines express confidence in airline’s progress with plans to continue growing in the coming year, with additional capacity on the horizon. Speaking about sustainable aviation, Jones said: “Grams of co2 per passenger kilometer flown is a critical metric for the industry as we look into the future that we all face.” As per Flair Airlines’ climate action webpage, a 737 MAX 8 with fuel efficiency and emissions 15-30%
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