JetBlue Launches Sustainability Program for Corp. Customers 

January 6, 2022 EcoVadis ‏‏‎

JetBlue has launched a program designed to help corporate customers reduce business travel emissions and meet sustainability targets, the airline announced Wednesday, with Biogen, Deloitte, ICF and Salesforce the first customers to join the initiative.

JetBlue's Sustainable Travel Partners program offers participants sustainable aviation fuel certificates. The carrier currently uses SAF on routes from San Francisco International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport, and plans to expand its use to the Northeast. 

JetBlue also plans to provide emissions data based on travelers' actual flights and the carrier's average fuel burn on those routes. The airline is working to include travel emissions data into Salesforce's Net Zero Cloud tool for those in the Sustainable Travel Partners program, according to the company


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