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Brussels Airlines now offers its customers the option to choose a carbon-neutral booking with a single click. After flight selection, they can choose one of three options to fly CO2-neutral.
The first option is to use SAF which is currently produced from residual biogenic materials and directly reduces CO2 emissions. A second option is to support high-quality carbon offset projects run by the non-profit organization myclimate. These promote measurable climate protection by not only reducing CO2 but also locally improving the quality of life and biodiversity. The third option is a combination of the first two.
Peter Gerber, CEO of Brussels Airlines, said, “We want to make it as easy as possible for our customers to neutralize the CO2emissions of their flight. So far, less than one percent of online bookers used to take advantage of our long standing option to fly carbon neutral. With the integration of the options in the booking transaction directly, I am sure that we will convince significantly more of our passengers to fly CO2-neutral and hereby making a contribution to more sustainable air travel.”