Poll: Will Delta’s $1B investment in carbon emission mitigation efforts incentivize more customers to choose them?

Credit: Delta Air Lines

Delta Air Lines plans to spend $1 billion over the next decade to “mitigate” all emissions from its business, investing in a wide range of initiatives to reduce or eliminate carbon emissions throughout its business.

Delta’s plan will not eliminate jet fuel, nor will it rely solely on offsets. It does include reducing fossil-fuel consumption through its fleet modernization—including 80 new aircraft delivered in 2019—more efficient operations, and investments in biofuels.

The Atlanta-based carrier partners with Air BP for biofuels that support carbon-neutral delivery flights. 

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