Easyjet cuts carbon emissions intensity 30 per cent since 2000

Madeleine Cuff
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 Easyjet says it is on track to cut the carbon emissions of its flights by a third by 2020 | Credit: Easyjet
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Easyjet says it is on track to cut the carbon emissions of its flights by a third by 2020 | Credit: Easyjet

Carbon emissions per passenger for every kilometre travelled dips below 80 grams for the first time

Easyjet has cut the carbon emissions intensity of its flights by almost a third since 2000 thanks to a combination of better technology and improvements in operating efficiency. Over the last 17 years...

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