QF to reboot carbon offset program

June 2015
Travel Daily;6/5/2015, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports on the re-launch of the Fly Carbon Neutral program of airline company Qantas Airways Ltd. which gives its domestic passengers the option of paying a small amount to offset carbon emissions associated with their flight.


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