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Alaska Airlines Says It's Cutting One Ton of CO2 Every Time It Lands at Sea-Tac International

Alaska Airlines says it is on track to save 87 gallons of fuel, shorten flight times by about nine minutes and reduce carbon emissions by nearly 1 metric ton, every time one of its planes land at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport using new, operations-enhancing Federal Aviation Administration procedures designed by Boeing.

Alaska Airlines Says It's Cutting One Ton of CO2 Every Time It Lands at Sea-Tac International

This means the benefits of the "Greener Skies" of the program are about 28 percent greater than what was initially projected in 2010, according to a Boeing report.

Alaska Airlines says the project is a blueprint for the aviation industry to take advantage of the cost and environmental benefits of flying more efficiently.

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This means the benefits of the "Greener Skies" of the program are about 28 percent greater than what was initially projected in 2010, according to a Boeing report.

Alaska Airlines says the project is a blueprint for the aviation industry to take advantage of the cost and environmental benefits of flying more efficiently.

Read Full Article

Alaska Airlines Says It's Cutting One Ton of CO2 Every Time It Lands at Sea-Tac International