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February 2020

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Contest

Participate now in the raffle and win aN Air France branded goodie bag.

Competition question:

What is the percentage the company aims to reduce CO2 between now and 2030 per passenger/km compared to 2005?

a) 20%
b) 30%
c) 50%

Prize: Sponsored by Air France

Please send us your reply by E-Mail.

Entry deadline is 28.02.2020.

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AIR FRANCE TO BEGIN OFFSETTING 100% OF CO2 EMISSIONS ON ITS DOMESTIC FLIGHTS

Since 1st January 2020, Air France customers have been able to travel in a carbon-neutral way throughout mainland France thanks to the company’s decision to proactively offset 100% of CO2 emissions on its domestic flights. Concretely, the emissions of 450 flights per day and 57,000 customers are being offset.

This voluntary offsetting initiative takes the form of participation in projects in the area of reforestation, forest preservation and biodiversity, and renewable energies, all certified by the most demanding international standards.

This initiative is part of Air France’s global commitment to reducing its environmental footprint, through its fleet renewal, its piloting practices and its partnership with the Solar-Impulse foundation aimed at developing sustainable solutions for aviation. Between now and 2030, the company aims to reduce its CO2 emissions by 50% per passenger/km compared to 2005.

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