Ryanair clears net zero plans for take-off

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Ryanair clears net zero plans for take-off

New aircraft, a greater use of sustainable aviation fuels, and offsetting all feature in airline's new 'Pathway to Net Zero' strategy

Budget airline Ryanair has become the latest carrier to announce a decarbonisation strategy, this week unveiling plans to achieve net zero emissions by 2050. The company's new 'Pathway to Net Zero'...

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