Qantas has commenced the first commercial flight to produce no landfill waste, marking the start of Qantas’ plan to cut 100 million single-use plastics by the end of 2020. All inflight products on board the QF739, flying from Sydney to Adelaide, were disposed of using the methods – compost, reuse or recycling. Qantas Domestic CEO Andrew David said the trial flight was an important milestone for the national carrier’s plan to slash waste. “In the process of carrying over 50 million people every year, Qantas and Jetstar currently produce an amount of waste equivalent to 80 fully-laden Boeing 747 jumbo
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