Luxury charter operator VistaJet wants to be carbon neutral 25 years ahead of the industry’s goal to reduce carbon emissions by 50% in 2050
VistaJet said it is committed to carbon neutrality by 2025. At the same time, it is calling the industry to go further than the current goal of a 50% reduction of emissions by 2050. That objective has been set by civil aviation industry bodies, IATA, and the global business aviation community.
A VBACE panel of executives from VistaJet, Bombardier and the National Business Aviation Association said customers, particularly big companies, can help drive private jet sustainability
A panel during VBACE, a virtual rendition of business aviation’s annual conference canceled due to COVID-19, concluded that the industry’s drive for sustainability has multiple facets. However, sustainable aviation fuel has the opportunity to make the biggest impact fastest.
In its first progress report since making the commitment during Davos in January, VistaJet is adding a partnership with sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) provider SkyNRG
VistaJet today provided the first formal progress report on the Sustainability in Aviation pledge announced during Davos this past January. Additionally, it is adding a partnership with sustainable fuel pioneer SkyNRG.
As world leaders meet in Davos to talk in part climate change, private jet operator VistaJet is launching a widespread initiative and white paper
VistaJet, which along with XO, makes up Thomas Flohr’s Vista
Global Holdings, is staking out a leadership position in the discussion about
The company announced during the World Economic Forum in Davos today both a white paper outlining key facts and a slew of initiatives it is taking to help offset carbon emissions from the company.