World witnesses First Green Flight from Jeddah to Madrid: Passengers rewarded with Green Points too

To ensure least emission, arrangements were done at each level and the passengers were rewarded with Green Points too which could be redeemed by them for their next flights.
World witnesses First Green Flight from Jeddah to Madrid: Passengers rewarded with Green Points too
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The world on Thursday marked its first green flight. This flight took off from Saudi Arabia’s Jeddah to Spain’s central capital Madrid. Amid the increasing tension of carbon emissions across the globe via the aviation industry, this flight aimed at ensuring the least emission of carbon.

It is a well-known fact that the world has been facing the challenge of climate change, the historic flight too was a testimony of the same and included special arrangements at each level to minimize the Carbon Footprints. Many Indians too became a part of this historic flight and contributed their part to this initiative to save the environment.

The flight took off from Jeddah to Madrid
The flight took off from Jeddah to Madrid

It is a well-known fact that the world has been facing the challenge of climate change, the historic flight too was a testimony of the same and included special arrangements at each level to minimize the Carbon Footprints. Many Indians too became a part of this historic flight and contributed their part to this initiative to save the environment.

Authorities gathered explicit details of Passengers
To ensure the least production of Carbon, authorities collected did an in-depth detailing of passengers from their career to foodand reduced Carbon emissions up to 10,000 kg. The passengers were allowed to carry up to 23 kg carrier along with them and were also asked to brief their carrier details in advance. Passengers were then also rewarded with green points accordingly, for instance, if any passengers carrier weighed 7 kg less than allowed then they were rewarded with 700 green points.

Similarly, passengers preferring vegetarian meals were rewarded many green points than those opting for nonvegetarian meals. Passengers could use these points in their next upcoming rides accordingly. The flight was being managed by Sky time, which took the pledge to contribute toward a green and healthy environment.

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Aviation Industry produced 91 Crore Ton Carbon past year
The flight was being managed by Sky time, which took the pledge to contribute toward a green and healthy environment.
Last year marked the emission of 91.5 Crore tons of Carbon by the Aviation Industry. Owing to the threat of Global Warming, the International Aviation Sector too, expressed its concern and took a major challenge to ensure net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. The sector admitted the task to be a difficult one but reaffirmed the fact that it was the need of the hour.

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