SAS conference airline

August 2009
Travel Weekly Australia;8/14/2009, Issue 118, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports on the partnership between airlines Scandinavian Airline System (SAS) and the committees of the four international environmental conferences in choosing SAS as their official airline, which will take place in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2009. As the official airline of the conferences, SAS has implemented several measures to reduce the carbon dioxide emissions of its fleet offered for all delegates. The airline has aimed to cut emissions per passenger kilometer by half in 2020.


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