IATA, Prince Harry’s Travalyst collaborate on flight emissions data

Thursday, 07 Dec, 2022 0

The International Air Transport Association and Prince Harry’s Travalyst, joined forces to offer more transparent air travel carbon reporting.

This new collaboration effort will bring accuracy and consistency to how a traveler’s carbon footprint is calculated.

It will focus on both data and standard methodology for route-based passenger CO2 emissions calculations.
This will include a shared position on how to account for sustainable aviation fuel.

“Consumers want to understand the environmental impact of their travels. Both Travalyst and IATA are continuously working to improve methodologies,” said Willie Walsh, IATA’s Director General.

Travalyst was founded in 2019 by Prince Harry.



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