Air Leap partners with Fly Green Fund and pushes for biofuels on domestic flights

November 30, 2019 |

In Sweden, Air Leap, a new regional airline in the Nordic countries and wholly owned by Ryggefjord AS, has chosen to support the Fly Green Fund by campaigning for the possibility of climate-reducing air travel, which, in addition to the direct carbon dioxide reduction, also drives the flight’s conversion to biofuels.

“Since so many people need to fly, it is important that we push for a quick change of fuel so that it also becomes a sustainable mode of transport. We are therefore very happy and grateful that Air Leap has taken this initiative and that we can contribute to their sustainability work,” said Fly Green Fund’s CEO David Hild. The Nordic locations are heavily dependent on good air connections and through the purchase of biofuel, air travel, can be a sustainable transport alternative.

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