Jetcraft hits carbon neutrality with Azzera

posted on 4th January 2023 by Eddie Saunders
Jetcraft hits carbon neutrality with Azzera

Jetcraft has become carbon-neutral through an ambitious partnership with carbon offsetting and compliance solutions experts, Azzera.

Working with Azzera, Jetcraft has removed 3,596 verified tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions from the atmosphere, matching 100% of its own emissions, while investing in a variety of projects that deliver positive, environmental, developmental and social change around the globe.

In 2022, the company supported forest conservation projects in North Carolina and Papua New Guinea and wind power supplies in South Africa.

Peter Antonenko, President, Jetcraft, says: “It’s important to us and our clients that Jetcraft has a solid response to our environmental challenges.

“With Azzera, we’ve gone beyond words and delivered a scheme that achieves total verified carbon neutrality across everything we do.

“We’re a global business and therefore our efforts must have a global impact, which is why we’re excited to be positively influencing climate projects in as many regions as possible.”

Puja Mahajan, CEO and Co-Founder, Azzera, says: “Jetcraft and Azzera are ambitious about what sustainability can become in business aviation.

“We share a commitment to quality, transparency and action in how we tackle the climate crisis.

“There is much more for us to do as an industry, but individual achievements like Jetcraft’s are vital for our collective success.”

Jetcraft’s carbon emissions have been certified and verified by third-party audit and include ICAO CORSIA-eligible offset measures.