July 20, 2021News
With partners like Heathrow Airport, Rotterdam The Hague Airport and Stuttgart Airport already on board, SkyNRG and CHOOOSE are launching a new carbon emission reduction solution called “Fly on SAF”. The solution enables airlines and travel companies to seamlessly integrate the offering of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) and Carbon Offsets into their customer experience.
“Fly on SAF is the result of a successful partnership that shows how collaboration can push innovation forward. Our goal is to change the way the world flies and make climate action easy and available for everyone. We need to work together within the travel industry to raise awareness and adoption of more sustainable ways to travel, and we therefore invite the industry to join the cause and help to increase our positive, collective impact”, says Theye Veen, Managing Director at SkyNRG.
Travelers booking a ticket with an organization offering the solution can easily mitigate the carbon footprint from their flight. This enables the traveler to fly more sustainably by replacing fossil fuel with SAF, made from sustainable materials like used cooking oil and agricultural waste.
Offset your carbon footprint with SAF
Aiming to address a sustainable return to travel, Fly on SAF provides everything airlines, airports, online travel agents, travel management companies and event organizers need to integrate trusted SAF solutions into the customer experience. Enterprise-grade APIs are used to power carbon calculations and climate compensation options at any digital checkout. It also includes a logged-in experience to track, report on, and analyze solution performance across all integrated channels”, says Toina Ljøstad, Head of Products at CHOOOSE.
“People don’t want to be bothered with a tedious purchasing process, so we needed to develop a process where people can reduce their footprint with just a few clicks, which is exactly what we did. The solution can be embedded on a partner’s website or integrated into the customer’s digital checkout process, and can be used for any airline and route, at any moment in time. The only input needed from the traveler is the flight itinerary”, Ljøstad says.
The traveler can pick any combination of SAF and Carbon Offsets they want to mitigate their footprint, and the solution will take care of the rest. They can also claim their positive impact through a personal account and track their progress over time. If a traveler wants to reduce their carbon footprint directly instead of going through a partner’s website, they can do so by visiting flyonsaf.com.
Fly on SAF airport partners already includes Rotterdam The Hague Airport, Stuttgart Airport, and Heathrow Airport. The first event partners include Eurosonic Festival and DGTL Festival.
“Besides reducing our performing artist’s CO2 footprint, DGTL will enable its 50,000 festival fans to reduce their travel footprint to and from the festival by using Fly on SAF. The calculator has been integrated on our website in our customized branding and allows our fans to take responsibility for their carbon footprint”, says Mitchell van Dooijeweerd, Sustainability Manager at DGTL.
The Fly on SAF solution is available for individuals and companies worldwide.
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Key facts about SAF:
As a pioneer and global leader in Sustainable Aviation Fuel, SkyNRG scales up SAF demand and supply globally. Having supplied over 30 airlines on all continents, it is SkyNRG’s mission to make SAF the new global standard, driven by sustainable practices throughout the supply chain. To ensure SkyNRG makes the right decisions regarding the sustainability of its operations, projects and products, SkyNRG is structurally advised by an independent Sustainability Board, which includes representatives from WWF International, the European Climate Foundation, Solidaridad Network and the University of Groningen. Also, SkyNRG’s operations are certified by the Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB), the highest possible certification standard for sustainable fuels. Learn more at: www.skynrg.com
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