JetBlue

JetBlue tries to reduce GHG emissions from our daily operation, but we aren’t able to completely eliminate them – no airline can with current technology. In the meantime, we’re making use of carbon offsets and invite you to join us.

Since partnering with Carbonfund.org in 2008, JetBlue has offset more than 220 million pounds (103,000 metric tons) of CO2e. In 2013 alone, we offset more than 36 million pounds (16,329 metric tons) of CO2 emissions. For more on how we reduce and report emissions, visit jetblue.com/green.

Thank you for joining us and being down to earth, even in the air. Learn more at www.jetblue.com/green.

What Does It Mean To Offset?

While JetBlue's fleet is among the most fuel-efficient in the industry, air travel still makes an impact on our environment. Carbon offsets allow you to balance out the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions you're responsible for on your flight by supporting projects that reduce CO2 elsewhere. See our projects below.

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