EasyJet holidays launches ‘eco certified’ hotel collection

Tuesday, 23 Aug, 2022 0

EasyJet holidays is simplifying customers’ sustainable choices for their holiday, wih a new ‘eco certified’ collection.

The hotels included in the collection will be identified by a green leaf motif, and all have a Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC) certification or meet GSTC recognised standards for hotels.

A new webpage called ‘sustainable holidays’ will help customers identify which hotels have sustainability certification

In September 2021 the tour operator became a member of the GSTC and is encouraging all of its hotel partners to achieve certification by 2025.

The GSTC is a global membership organisation, formed to manage global standards for sustainable travel and tourism.

Matt Callaghan, easyJet holidays’ Customer & Operations Director, said:” We know from our own research that sustainability is an important factor when booking a holiday, and that consumers are looking to cut their impact on the environment.”

In 2021 easyJet holidays launched its inaugural sustainability strategy and became the first major UK tour operator to offset carbon emissions from its package holidays.



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