JetBlue said it will cut jet fuel emissions by 50% per revenue tonne kilometre by 2035 but warned it could “only be successful with industry and policy support”. What it labelled its “most aggressive near-term emissions target” was aimed at getting to net zero, or cutting carbon emissions entirely, by 2040 – a decade ahead of expectations. But the carrier said it would “regularly review and update this target” if there was “any significant change” to its business or structure. “Effectively cutting our per-seat emissions in half will require substantial change to the way we run our business today,” said
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