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Elit’Avia Launches Carbon Neutral Jet Card

by Alud Davies

Elit’Avia Launches Carbon Neutral Jet Card

Slovenia-based charter operator Elit’Avia has launched a carbon-neutral Jet Card called the Green Card.

The company says that it has designed a comprehensive service that ensures carbon neutrality across its charter flights.

Once a flight is completed, Elit’Avia calculates the total C02 emissions, then purchases carbon credits and makes investments in certified projects to help offset the emissions.

“The Elit’Avia Green Card responds directly to the needs and values of today’s private aviation charter client,” says Michel Coulomb, CEO, Elit’Avia. “All flights are certified carbon-neutral, which is now a baseline requirement for a growing number of travelers. Plus, the convenience, transparency, and cost-efficiency of the jet card model are well-established. We are bringing the benefits of private aviation to clients while facilitating their pursuit of carbon-neutral air travel.”

The company says that the Green Card is perfect for clients that fly between 25-100 hours per year, as there is no long-term commitment or hidden fees.

“Our clients want to reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. And thanks to our industry expertise, we can facilitate that process. Not only is this doing the right thing for the environment, it’s good for business because it has become a competitive advantage – driven directly by client demand,” added Coulomb.

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