New travel app Wayaway launches offsetting initiative

Thursday, 01 Sep, 2022 0

Recently established price comparison travel app WayAway  has launched offsetting initiative ‘A Green Way To Travel. ‘

The initiative purchases carbon credits provided by Sustainable Travel International.

The company partnered with Envira Amazonia Project in Brazil and takes care of 500,000 acres of rainforests and protects against lumber harvesting and cattle ranching.

WayAway is a new price comparison travel app that launched this summer and offers cost-saving, searches for the best flight, accommodation and car rental deals.

Ivan Baidin, WayAway CEO said: ” WayAway have established a partnership to give our users a simple and trustworthy option for offsetting their travel with every trip.”

Users who subscribe to the WayAway Plus membership plan gain multiple cashback offers from all trip purchases – but unlike other travel cashback programs however users are able to withdraw real cash via PayPal.

WayAway Plus users are then able to use this cashback to contribute to the ‘A Green Way To Travel’ program and

All contributions are then doubled by WayAway.



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